T-Mobile CEO John Legere’s best Twitter shots typically come at the expense of AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson. But Stephenson can rest easy knowing that T-Mobile’s latest targeted attempt to poach customers is aimed solely at Verizon Wireless.
Why has the Apple Watch been the hit that it is? Is it all about Cupertino's clout, or has Apple truly reinvented the wrist-worn wearable? Check out this week's episode of Tuesday's with Roger for more insight into just why and how Apple has managed yet another win in a device category that until has been slow to gain traction with consumers.
In this episode of Tuesdays with Roger, we take a look at the growth of online video and its affect on the network. Our discussion looks at how operators are maintaining the health of their networks, while also promoting video as the next great driver of data consumption. Join us!
With Apple's launch of the Apple Watch today, analysts and research firms are finally able to get their hands on the latest wearable from Cupertino. Here's a look at what iFixit found its teardown of the device.
As more details emerge about Google's forthcoming MVNO, speculation about the impact the tech giant's endeavor could have on the wireless industry has heated up.
Like pizza and flowers before it, the smartphone now joins the illustrious list of products that can be delivered to your home.
This week we’re back with Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner to discuss the potential positives and pitfalls of extending...
T-Mobile has long been predicted to move past Sprint and become the third-largest U.S. carrier.
Android flagship season is upon us and Recon Analytics founder Roger Entner is helping us prepare...
We sit down with Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner to talk about the biggest news and issues in wireless.
Recon Analytics founder Roger Entner is walking through the questions raised as major carriers, including T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, plan to launch LTE into unlicensed territory.
Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner is back and today we’re talking about the Un-carrier announcement coming tomorrow from T-Mobile.
The industry shift toward equipment installment programs has caused an uptick in one-year upgrades as well as caused more people to hold onto their phones until they croak. Meanwhile two-year upgrades are falling behind. If this is the new norm, are two year device upgrade cycles doomed?
Welcome back to Tuesdays with Roger, our new weekly series where we sit down and go over the big issues with Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner.