Driven by mobile user demands for "anytime, anywhere" connectivity, it is apparent that ubiquitous Ethernet is no longer the wave of the future – it is the reality of today.
In a popularity contest, T-Mobile wins hands down. It consistently scores higher than AT&T for customer service and satisfaction and it's a moot point whether that culture and competence can be transferred to the larger organization.
Non-practicing entities (NPE) or "patent trolls", whose demands can be remarkably costly for big businesses and can literally bankrupt smaller innovators.
With an estimated 200 million access points deployed in homes, offices and public locations worldwide, Wi-Fi is the in-building wireless technology of choice.
Enterprise mobility these days is anything but business as usual. IT departments are increasingly supporting smartphones and tablets. Much to the chagrin of CIOs and IT departments...
A new tablet computer that takes aim at one of the deficiencies of the iPad: that it's difficult to write on it with a stylus or pen.
Currently NFC is seen as one of the most exciting areas in our industry in terms of revenue generation: Projections show up to 700 million NFC-enabled mobile phones will be sold by 2013.
The surge in streaming mobile videos from over-the-top players such as YouTube and Netflix will increase global data traffic more than seven times the current rate by the end of 2011.
When operators add voice capabilities to their LTE networks, they're not just installing voice over LTE (VoLTE) technology to their IMS infrastructure.
The fragmentation of mobile application stores may not be such a bad sign – in fact, it could be a sign that Android is still realizing the possibilities inherent in an open platform.
The fact is that LTE performance will remain vulnerable to many of the operational realities that plague today's networks...
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is a good demonstration of Android's versatility, as well as an example of using a combination of software and hardware to create differentiation.
This week marks the first major deadline in the FCC's review of AT&T's mega-merger with T-Mobile USA...
Netflix's critical differentiator is that it allows consumers to access video when it is convenient for them – on demand.
MADISON, Wis.—It's always interesting to get a look behind the wizard's curtain. I recently had occasion to do a ride along with one of Verizon Wireless' network testing units. Turns out there's a reason the company leans so heavily on