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Beating Facebook Home: Four Tips for Carriers, Publishers and OEMs

July 2, 2013 9:07 am | by Greg Wester, Mobile Posse | Comments

Facebook Home has brought a great debate to the table. There’s no question that consumers spend more time with their mobile phones than any other device, plus new data from Nielsen Mobile Trends shows that the mobile homescreen is where consumers spend most (26%) of their time on mobile.

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Review: Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Offers Limited Function, Endless Fun

July 1, 2013 10:38 am | by Ben Munson | Comments

Drones get a bad reputation but new uses for the flying robots have resulted in somewhat of an image-rehabilitation. Sure, they are still widely intended to spy on American citizens or to indiscriminately kill people but they’re also starting to deliver tacos and newspapers. So, you take the good with the bad, I guess.

SAP Sees Open APIs as Crucial to Security

June 20, 2013 1:59 pm | by Ben Munson | Comments

Mobile devices probably outnumber employees in the enterprise by now and can probably remember twice as much sensitive corporate data. Andreas Muno is a solution expert with SAP Labs LLC, who specializes in mobility and sees the trend needs security that can keep up. Wireless Week recently talked with him about the nightmares IT professionals are having over the consumer mobile devices invading the work place.

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Six Tips for Remote Worker Productivity

June 17, 2013 10:40 am | by Bernd Welz, Global Head of Solution and Knowledge Packaging at SAP; Susan Galer, Communications Director at SAP | Comments

Easy access to critical, real-time information is becoming the expected norm in the networked economy. With the right policies and technologies, companies can make remote workers at home or on the road more productive. Here are six tips to help remote workers perform with excellence.

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Inmarsat Sees Big M2M Benefits in Satellite Broadband

June 7, 2013 10:14 am | by Ben Munson | Comments

Inmarsat made a compelling argument for sending M2M over a satellite network instead of a terrestrial variation at its booth at CTIA this year. The satellite broadband company showed off its current services and terminals and M2M program director Joel Schroeder spoke at an M2M conference, announcing some new updates his company has in the pipe.

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What to Expect: iOS 7 and WWDC

June 6, 2013 1:25 pm | by Ben Munson | Comments

Lots of rumors abound Apple’s upcoming WWDC June 10 but Cupertino’s only really confirmed new iterations of iOS and OSX for the developer conference. Amidst all the wish-listing of features that would be great (keyboard fixes) and that will never happen (hiding Apple-branded apps), plenty of hints about what will actually grace the stage Monday have trickled out as well.

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Dealing with the Stolen Smartphone Epidemic

June 5, 2013 10:12 am | by Hal Steger | Comments

According to the FCC, stolen cell phones make up approximately 40 percent of thefts in major American cities. Moreover, according to data from industry analysts IDC and the New York Times, about half of the robberies in San Francisco in 2012 involved cell phones, as did 42 percent in DC and 14 percent in New York...

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Q&A: Drew Kelton, executive vice president of B2B, T-Mobile

June 3, 2013 10:05 am | by Ben Munson | Comments

Five weeks in, the new executive vice president of B2B for T-Mobile and Drew Kelton already seems to have a clear vision of the direction he wants to go. Kelton comes to T-Mobile from Bharti Airtel Business where he served as president for three years in the ultra-competitive carrier market of India. He plans to put that experience toward differentiating T-Mobile in the B2B market by focusing on providing services instead of economics.

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CTIA 2013 Show Daily: Day 3

May 28, 2013 9:37 am | Comments

Welcome to the Thursday, May 23 edition of WIRELESS WEEK’s CTIA 2013 Show Daily featuring highlights from day three of this year’s conference and exhibition. Click here for complete coverage of today’s news and events. And for even more coverage of the wireless marketplace visit www.WirelessWeek.com....

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CTIA 2013 Show Daily: Day 2

May 22, 2013 4:39 pm | Comments

Welcome to the Wednesday, May 22 edition of WIRELESS WEEK’s CTIA 2013 Show Daily featuring highlights from day two of this year’s conference and exhibition. Click here for complete coverage of today’s news and events. And for even more coverage of the wireless marketplace visit www.WirelessWeek.com...

CTIA 2013 Show Daily: Day 1

May 22, 2013 10:50 am | Comments

Welcome to the Tuesday, May 21 edition of WIRELESS WEEK’s CTIA 2013 Show Daily featuring highlights from day one of this year’s conference and exhibition. Click here for complete coverage of today’s news and events. And for even more coverage of the wireless marketplace visit www.WirelessWeek.com...

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From the Magazine: LTE Network Self-Optimization: Present and Future

May 15, 2013 10:56 am | by Elliot Drucker | Comments

One of the more interesting trends in the wireless industry is development of technologies for the so-called self-optimizing network (SON). Particularly in the case of LTE, it is widely accepted that successful implementation of SON features will be crucial if network capacity is to expand to meet anticipated growth in demand.

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From the Magazine: Monetizing Mobile Games

May 15, 2013 10:56 am | by Ben Munson | Comments

According to Canalys’ App Interrogator research, app downloads across the four leading digital storefronts totaled more than 13.4 billion in the first quarter of 2013, marking an 11 percent increase quarterly. Without revenue sharing taken into account, that total was enough to post $2.2 billion in revenue for all stores combined.

From the Magazine: No Free or Easy Ride with Open Source Software Licensing

May 15, 2013 10:56 am | by Keith Mallinson | Comments

Purveyors of competitive and market-leading products and services in IT and telecom are highly reliant upon the technological innovations of many others. These offerings typically abound with technologies developed by many different organizations. Superlative technologies are by definition unique and characteristically without close substitutes.

From the Magazine: Mobile Platform Wars: What Does a Third Ecosystem Look Like

May 15, 2013 12:00 am | by Andrew Berg | Comments

Some say there’s only room for one more mobile platform, with Android and iOS helping themselves to the lion’s share of the market for the foreseeable future. If true, the only question is just who will get the crumbs. At present, it takes some effort to imagine a world where Android and iOS...

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