If you haven't heard, digital security is a big deal, and the security of information on mobile devices is of utmost concern. The bad guys are getting smarter, their attacks more complex and the sensitive data they’re after increasingly resides on that miniature computer you have in your pocket.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg made quite a splash in late August when he announced the launch of a remarkably ambitious project, called Internet.org, aimed at bringing high-speed Internet access to the two thirds of the world’s population that are not yet connected.
Christy Wyatt knows how important balance is to mobile security. Wyatt, CEO of Good Technology, plans to expound on that essential pragmatism when she takes the stage Thursday at MobileCon for her keynote. Wyatt describes Good as historically being known for giving customers everything a BlackBerry could be but not on a BlackBerry.
This isn’t it for MobileCon. All though this year’s event in San Diego will be the last time MobileCon stands on its own, CTIA’s IT-focused show will still maintain its separate identity when it’s folded into the organization’s big Super Mobility Week next September in Las Vegas. Wireless Week spoke with CTIA vice president of operations Rob Mesirow about the transition from two shows to one really big one.
As the M2M space continues to evolve, platforms are becoming more sophisticated, with the cloud increasingly playing a bigger part in the deployment of new solutions. We sat down with Raj Kanaya, chief marketing officer for Aeris, to talk about how the company’s new AerCloud platform is helping its customers add new dimensions to their M2M solutions.
4K video is barging its way into mobile devices regardless if their owners have any use for it. Acer has already claimed to be the first with a 4K-ready smartphone when it announced its Liquid S2 6-inch phablet. The much more anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 3 followed with a 4K sensor but it can’t actually play back the 4K videos at full-size. But that’s just one of the early limitations in the new mobile 4K world.
Ahead of his keynote address Oct. 9 at the Wireless Infrastructure Show, Wireless Week got FirstNet General Manager Bill D’Agostino’s answers on some questions about the challenges that lie ahead for FirstNet and what’s being done to ensure the program’s success.
We all know that with LTE, backhaul capacity requirements are on the rise. We also know that microwave more than meets the backhaul capacity needs of LTE. And with all that in mind for the discussion of microwave capacity, there is a strong temptation for network operators to lose sight of the overall telecom landscape when searching for a new microwave solution.
We tend to think of progress as a gradual, measured process. The truth, though, is that the pace of evolution almost always vacillates between barely perceptible and breakneck. It took the human species nearly three million years to graduate from poking things with sharp rocks to poking things with iron-tipped spears.
AT&T quietly announced Domain 2.0 late last month. While it didn't garner a lot of attention, the move represents perhaps the most significant shift in strategy for the carrier since it announced its plans for an LTE rollout. Wireless Week recently spoke with Tim Harden, president of supply chain and fleet operations for AT&T...
It’s too early to break out the nails for NFC’s coffin. There are still plenty of uses for the technology. But NFC’s mobile payments aspirations look like they’ve suffered a death blow at the hands of Apple’s iBeacon, Bluetooth LE and PayPal.
I used to cringe when I'd see people capturing precious memories with their smartphones. Although most smartphones have megapixel counts similar to what stand-alone cameras offer, they have been inferior in lens quality and manual controls. Images have never been as good ... until now.
The early reviews of Apple's iPhone 5S are generally positive. While many say the company's new iOS 7 operating system might be enough to satiate some consumers, others say the 5S' new fingerprint scanner is reason enough to make the jump. See below for excerpts from some of the early reviews around the Web.
One of the best things about Apple's latest iPhones is the slick new iOS 7 software that runs the devices. But that souped-up operating system could end up hurting sales because the free software upgrade will also work on iPhones released since 2010, giving owners of the older models less incentive to buy Apple's newest products.
Apple today unveiled new iPhones during an event at its Cupertino, CA headquarters. The company took wraps off a cheaper iPhone, the iPhone 5C, as well the iPhone 5S, which will service as the high-end iteration of its flagship smarpthone.