Investors are less than satisfied with Sprint’s LTE plans.
By Vents Lacars, VP Business Development, SAF Tehnika
Amazon's Fire Tablet seems clearly positioned as a very real iPad contender because it delivers on both price and ease-of-use in the purchasing and consuming of media.
Would a combined AT&T/T-Mobile really lead to more jobs?
For now, the mobile platform market is coming up Apples and Android.
As if anyone were in doubt, it’s Google’s world and we’re just playing in it.
Would the iPhone save Sprint?
Google needs to "huddle" with partner OEMs and figure out some kind of standardization for Android
Now we know the future Mobile World Capital, and it's a familiar one.
Consumers are bewildered about what 4G is, which devices are compatible with it and why they should pay a premium for it.
Most of the iPhone community’s wants and needs will be handily fulfilled with the rollout of iOS 5
Could tiered plans turn data hogs into golden geese?
The short answer, based on the speed at which the mobile industry moves, is no. But let’s not jump to conclusions. (OK, let’s jump.)
Is LightSquared's GPS fix a "comprehensive solution" or nothing more than a Band-Aid?