I wanted to reach out and share some of the new things that we’re doing in Advantage Business...
In Dish, T-Mobile could have a valuable partner on many levels...
It could be that in 30 years OTT mobile video will grow into something as generally despised as today’s cable model and the companies that prop it up.
The markets for networking equipment and smartphones are substantially removed from one another, but Nokia still risks throwing out products that aren't fully realized and in turn tarnishing its good name.
Apple does have its Apple TV streaming box in a lot of homes but that device doesn’t achieve the fundamental TV experience overhaul for which Tim Cook is searching.
Android shipped five times more smartphones than iOS. There are seven times more people on earth than Android smartphones shipped in 2014.
Up front there are infinite technical considerations, as well as political and business considerations, surrounding Google's plans to ride the backs of T-Mobile and Sprint in a...
Everybody knows how Steve Jobs felt about the stylus. Just the thought of a stylus grossed him out. Maybe it made him think of the Newton.
What do you think? Are tablets as big a deal for carrier balance sheets as they've been made out to be?
If we’re willing to let companies and developers pick up the mobile data tab for us, we’ll have to start setting boundaries for what they can take from us in return.
Obviously, the consequences could be disastrous if the FCC were to rule over ISPs, wireless or wireline, as though they were truly nothing more than public utilities. That said, consumers need more protection than a tip of the cap to competition from goliaths like Verizon and AT&T.
While these are interesting offers and I've no doubt there's a market for them, I still question where the costs associated with connecting everything will end?
While calls placed using VoLTE will indeed come through loud and clear, what's less obvious is just exactly how the operators intend to...
Mobile apps can inflict a lot of damage, from the run of the mill (gobbling up memory) to the extremely serious (gathering information on kids).
There's no longer any denying the spectrum crunch, nor the kind of money and scale ultimately needed to...
C Spire Wireless isn’t getting the credit it deserves.