Elliott Drucker says it’s only a matter of time before users become disappointed with the performance of 4G networks.
Andrew Seybold sums up the situation: The currency of the commercial wireless world is not money but spectrum.
With two new products, Skype has made it easier to make Internet calls from home phones, for savings on international calls and potentially also domestic ones.
Motorola's arsenal of patents warranted the $12.5 billion price tag, and Google is following in the footsteps of iconic phone makers such as Apple and RIM that have both software and hardware integration.
This week marks the official commercial launch of TruConnect Mobile, a data-only MVNO running on Sprint's 3G network.
While the media has mostly focused on the fate of HP after jettisoning its consumer products hopes, I've been more troubled by the fate of webOS.
Concerns about whether the Bionic's battery performance might be a killjoy for some power users are not without credence, but overall, the Droid Bionic looks like a solid, if pricey, bet for the Android lover.
While new smartphone paging apps are promising the same fast, reliable service as pagers, a comparison of cellular and paging networks and devices shows dramatic differences that can impact the reliability and speed of critical messaging, as well as patient and public safety.
There has been a lively debate lately about the implications of the emerging HTML5 web standard for mobile applications, with questions raised as to whether or not HTML5-based mobile apps will supplant "native" mobile apps in the various mobile marketplaces.
LTE will define the future of the wireless industry, allowing an ever-increasing array of applications, services and content to run over mobile broadband networks.
While I don't think HTML5 is the right approach in every case, I have seen it ruled out based on misinformation. So my goal is to clarify what HTML5 is (and isn't) capable of so IT leaders can make an informed decision about the best choice for their projects.
Without immediate action, Internet users on a global scale face the risk of incurring increased costs and limited functionality. The only lasting solution to this problem is the global adoption of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)...
In many current deployments, SBCs are not optimized to handle the large-scale SIP signaling requirement of tomorrow’s mobile applications. They lack IMS/3GPP compliance and they ultimately limit the flexibility of an operator’s network.
Small cell architectures (aka, microcells) have the promise to deliver significantly higher network capacity.
Assuming for a moment that the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) suit filed today to stop the merger of AT&T and T Mobile USA actually succeeds, to what extent would AT&T have to scale back its plans to roll out LTE