Thus far it appears the feature has only caused minor suffering to those sending the texts and major amusement for everyone reading them. But, in all seriousness, what would happen if Auto Correct turned your extremely urgent and vital emergency text into an incoherent mess?
Both AT&T Mobility's CEO Ralph de la Vega, and Verizon's chief executive Lowell McAdam took this week's UBS Investor conference as an opportunity to hammer home their usual talking points. De la Vega talked record Q4 smartphone sales, while McAdam pitched his company's lead in the race to LTE.
The entry-level smartphone market is a moving target and one that seems to exist to some degree on perceived simplicity
I tried to find a use for Samsung's TecTiles, I really did.
The impending paradigm shift around data means big changes for carriers and consumers alike.
What is U.S. Cellular's brand identity, and why should customers pick it over a larger provider?
The competitiveness of Microsoft's Surface tablet may not depend on whether it is LTE capable.
The spectrum slated to support the future of the U.S. wireless industry - a product of powerful special interest groups and repeated changes in legislative strategy - is now fraught with complexity, controversy and incompatibility.
Is throttling really the answer? Or is it time consumers get used to a paying for data on a per-GB basis?
For better or worse, reports surfaced again this week that Facebook is developing its own phone. I’ve lost count of how many times we’ve heard talk of “the Facebook phone.” The New York Times says this latest effort would be
Perhaps one of the most incisive quotes ever on customer care was from an executive at KDDI whose mantra to his own staff was: “unless it all works … it doesn’t work”. How appropriate for all those people in so many industries across the world who claim to be great at their jobs, but it’s not their fault if their colleagues in an adjacent department are lousy at theirs...
With Google officially taking over control of Motorola Mobility and installing its own Google-branded leadership, one era ends and another begins.
New Orleans proved the perfect city for CTIA Wireless 2012.
Sometimes a quick daydream is all it takes.