It’s that time of year again, as we say goodbye to the old and look to the future. In this year’s predictions for 2014, we hear from some of the industry’s top executives. From small cells and virtualization to the cloud and the Internet of Things, the coming year promises to bring more challenges, innovation, and disruption.
Keeping with its rapid-fire device launch schedule, Samsung could unveil up to five smartphones...
The trend towards larger smartphones, or "phablets" could boost sales of larger tablets,...
The FCC Wednesday approved Verizon's petition for a declaratory ruling on its acquistion of Vodafone's 45 percent stake in the Verizon Wireless joint venture. The ruling, which involved the International Bureau, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, and Office of Engineering and Technology, was the first time...
You're not getting the best or the latest technology with Motorola's $179 Moto G smartphone. What you do get is a great price for something close. Motorola bills the Moto G as the phone for the rest of us — the ones who can't afford $500 to $700 for a high-end smartphone.
LG Electronics will be the first company to incorporate the AllJoyn open source software framework into its Smart TV platform, providing interoperability between devices. AllJoyn, developed by Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc., is designed to create a common language that connects the Internet of Things, regardless of brand or operating system.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A California woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to what is believed to be the first traffic citation alleging a motorist was using Google's computer-in-an-eyeglass. The device, known as Google Glass, features a thumbnail-size transparent display above the right eye.
It’s extremely likely nothing will come of the commercial. It’s not outlandishly offensive, nor is it particularly funny, so odds are it will just go unnoticed. But on the off chance some company’s IT professional sees that commercial and thinks, “Really?”—then there’s also the possibility they’ll push for their enterprise to take its business elsewhere.
The mobile wallet: It's not there yet, it's not there yet, it's not there yet. Let me repeat: The mobile wallet is NOT THERE YET, and NFC is not going to save it. In fact, let me go a bit further and say that the mobile wallet may never arrive in any meaningful way, at least as it’s being conceived right now.
Point-of-view video technology developer V.I.O. has launched the all-new Stream mountable and wearable video camera, available for pre-order on the V.I.O. website. With applications for law enforcement, medical, pro-production, military and construction, among other industries, Stream is a flexible and rugged point-of-view video camera that provides RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol).
In prepared remarks, Wheeler said, “Spectrum is finite, and the FCC is charged with managing the airwaves that are used for commercial purposes. A key goal of our spectrum allocation efforts is ensuring that multiple carriers have access to airwaves needed to operate their networks.”
A London judge Tuesday ruled that HTC has infinged on Nokia patents, according to a report from Bloomberg. Judge Richard Arnold ruled that chips contiained in HTC's One smarpthone were also in violation of Nokia's proprietary technology.
Topsy pores through the stream of conversations occurring on Twitter to identify trends and people influencing public opinion. The San Francisco startup also runs a free search engine that boasts an index of every tweet posted since 2006, a resource that's not publicly available on Twitter's own online messaging service.
In this five part video series, Wireless Week editors Andrew Berg and Ben Munson will count down the top headlines of 2013. Be sure to catch each installment, as we make our way through all the biggest news events from the past year!
I should preface this review with some context: my everyday device is an iPhone 5. I’ve become less adamant in my love for all things Apple in recent years. Part of that has to do with improvements to Android and Windows, and part of that has to do with Apple’s tunnel vision.
The Department of Justice has granted its blessing to Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia. A Federal Trade Commission filing released today confirmed the DOJ’s approval of Microsoft’s proposed $7.2 billion bid to buy Nokia’s devices and services division as well license Nokia’s patents.
Echoing a similar letter sent to customers back in October, Chen reiterated the message that BlackBerry isn't going anywhere and that customer investment in BlackBerry infrastructure and solutions are secure. In the letter, Chen focused mainly on BlackBerry's device management efforts..
AT&T has signed a global agreement with ASSA ABLOY. The $15 million, four-year contract renews a networking deal with AT&T for a number of ASSA ABLOY locations and extends the scope of the support to be provided to the Swedish company by AT&T. The agreement will see AT&T deploy a global virtual private network connecting over 400 ASSA ABLOY locations in 70 countries.