Steve Largent has been a wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks, worked with nonprofit group the Wheelchair Foundation and served as an Oklahoma congressman. He’s also been the president and CEO of CTIA since 2003, advocating on behalf of the wireless industry.
As the economy slumps, it’s no surprise that wireless customers are increasingly opting for no-contract prepaid plans. The trend has ratcheted up competition amongst prepaid carriers
Mike Lazaridis, president and co-CEO of Research In Motion (RIM), will take the stage next Wednesday as a Day One keynote speaker at the CTIA Wireless 2009 convention in Las Vegas.
What’s top of your mind as you prepare to address the industry at CTIA?
If you were the IT manager of a computer network and not implementing security protection, would you feel safe?
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Freescale Semiconductor has been named on a list of companies likely to default on their loan obligations.
Attorneys representing ex-Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick on Tuesday filed a civil suit against Detroit's former communications provider.
The touchscreen is the current darling of the handset community.
Data has overtaken voice traffic across mobile networks.
At a recent CES session, Nick Montes, president of Viva! Vision, noted that people want three things from their cell phones. "They want to communicate, and they want to save time and kill time," he said.
Some people seem to think that because Verizon Wireless is linked up with the LTE camp, the technology wars are over. I beg to differ. Having recently returned from Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Spain, I find the LTE and WiMAX rhetoric is as fiery as ever.
It's been 15 years since IBM released the Simon, the world's first smartphone, to the public. Smartphones have since evolved into bona fide pocket computers with lots of processing power and slick user interfaces. And they're not just for business users anymore, with recreational users flocking to Apple's iPhone and Nokia's recent Nseries releases.
The theme that keeps re-surfacing when using this tool is simplicity. The 140-character limit to your answers, or "tweets," is an obvious example, but it is also apparent in Twitter's biggest weapon: SMS.