HTML5 has been pitched as the panacea for fragmentation, but does Mark Zuckerberg’s recent bashing of the technology reveal the reality of Web-based applications?
The enterprise segment is increasingly turning to M2M to improve efficiency, increase productivity and create new products. Addressing the technology’s complexities is the first step.
For operators, the possibilities inherent in the booming M2M segment are as varied as the challenges associated with deploying and managing them.
The quick conversion of 2G and 3G networks could be key to LTE’s success as the carrier’s chosen technology of the future.
The trend towards BYOD is disrupting the device market in a very big way.
Check out Wireless Week's complete coverage of CTIA's MobileCON 2012 in San Diego.
A closer look at the refined iPhone 5.
How do carriers best maintain relationships with customers after the first 30 days?
Moving to next-generation messaging services seems like a logical step in the ongoing evolution of wireless technology, but it appears that some operators are leaving the transition on the backburner.
Session Border Controllers (SBC) have taken on an expanded role for fostering successful connectivity and providing high quality IP service.
The future of NFC is open to a plethora of opportunities beyond the scope of the typical mobile use cases found in today’s market.
IGR breaks down in-home wireless reception.
This week, IGR takes a look at mobile traffic by region through 2016, with North America, Europe and Asia leading the way.
The benefits of new packet transport backhaul technologies like carrier ethernet have gained relatively widespread acceptance at this point; however, many operators are unsure about how they can make the transition to next-generation backhaul a smooth one.