You need three things to compete with Apple's iPad tablet computer: A gorgeous, easy-to-use device that people will love, a bustling app store and an attractive price tag.
How one technology may help to keep costs down while keeping up with the demand and strain on existing networks.
With Skype recently reporting that, on average, 40 percent of Skype-to-Skype calls include video and Cisco projecting that video will be 66 percent of the world's mobile traffic by 2014, it is clear that consumption of mobile video is driving both the opportunities and the problems in today's networks.
Bob Lyle, managing director of global business development for SRS Labs, discussed why his company believes mobile is the next big market for premium sound enhancement software.
Even as AT&T talks of a buyout, T-Mobile USA signaled it has no intention of letting up on its aggressive device and network strategy.
Verizon Wireless says it will launch its LTE network in 59 additional markets by the end of this year.
The Wi-Fi Alliance launches a new certification program aimed at making Wi-Fi connectivity more like current roaming agreements.
Darryl Edwards, CEO, AIRCOM International talks about network planning, optimization and performance management at CTIA Wireless 2011.
AT&T announced an agreement with BlueLibris to provide wireless connectivity for a personal monitoring device.
Ajay Waghray, chief information officer for Verizon Wireless, talks about the carrier’s launch this year of the iPhone.
DragonWave has inked two contracts with rural mobile broadband providers for its microwave backhaul equipment.
Altobridge says its backhaul technology significantly cut mobile network operators’ data backhaul bandwidth requirements.
Industry players have launched many services based on "freemium" business models – where the free service is to hook users into the service to the extent they become willing to pay for it.
Scott Kveton, CEO of Urban Airship, talks about the company's recent push notifications and in-app purchase features.