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  Apple Sets 3Q iPhone Sales Record, Sees iPad Sales Slip
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  No Longer Competitors, Apple and IBM a Natural Fit
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  Microsoft 4Q tops Street, CEO Says Nokia Phones Profitable by 2016
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  Digital Tattoo Will Unlock Your Moto X
  BLOG
  Data Plans with Less Than 1GB Should Be a Thing of the Past
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  Target Debuts Image-recognition Shopping App

Talking VoLTE: Learn How to Guarantee Quality

Join experts from Strategic Analytics, Velocent, and Ixia for a timely look at maximizing visibility into VoLTE services. We’ll discuss:
• Risks and challenges to maintaining QoE
• Optimizing monitoring infrastructures
• “Lab to live” solutions
• Strategies for ensuring scalability


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Apple Sets 3Q iPhone Sales Record, Sees iPad Sales Slip

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Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones during its third quarter, just missing analyst estimates but handily beating the June quarter record of 31.2 million sold during the year-ago quarter. The 13.3 million iPads Apple sold during the quarter fell below estimates. The total was down annually from 14.6 million.


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Wireless Week’s SmartWatch video series

SmartWatch brings in-depth analysis and a bit of levity to the wireless industry’s major news. Join Andrew Berg and Ben Munson every Thursday as they run down the latest headlines and work in a few laughs along the way.


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No Longer Competitors, Apple and IBM a Natural Fit

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One of the world's largest providers of enterprise software applications and services on a "mobile-first" mission, and arguably the most well-known consumer mobile device manufacturer ever, are now collaborators. It was probably a more natural union than many imagined when Apple and IBM recently announced their partnership. 


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Microsoft 4Q tops Street, CEO Says Nokia Phones Profitable by 2016

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Losses at Nokia cut 8 cents per share from earnings. Microsoft lost another net 3 cents on restructuring and tax-related items. Excluding those items, earnings hit 66 cents per share, beating the 60 cents expected by analysts polled by FactSet.


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A Power Menu for Rooftop Telecommunications Applications

As much as 30 percent of total network sites are located on rooftops. This presents a challenge to carriers and their partners to harden sites against grid power outages by selecting solutions that meet the desired amount of power and runtime while accounting for the structural limitations of the building/rooftop, relevant codes and regulations related to fuel storage , logistics and environmental considerations including noise, vibration and emissions. Three viable power solutions: internal combustion generators, batteries and fuel cells, are compared against these parameters providing a matrix from which carriers may choose the best option for each particular rooftop setting.


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Digital Tattoo Will Unlock Your Moto X

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Motorola used Vivalink’s eSkin technology embedded in a small circular adhesive that sticks on the skin for five days through showering, exercise and other activities. The clear sticker shows off a shiny swirl of flexible electronics that leverage the phone’s NFC to unlock without a password when the user taps their Moto X against the tattoo.


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Target Debuts Image-recognition Shopping App

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NEW YORK (AP) — Target is introducing an app that lets users purchase items after scanning magazine ads with their smartphones. It's the latest offering from retailers looking to boost sales with the use of improving image-recognition technology.


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Maintaining the Network: Staying Ahead of Data-Hungry Applications

Join us as we take an in-depth look at how mobile applications are consuming the network and how operators, vendors, and developers can respond to demand. This webcast dives deep into critical issues.


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Data Plans with Less Than 1GB Should Be a Thing of the Past

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Considering the push for gigabytes and the certain doom for networks that can’t keep up, plans measured in megabytes seem like an anomaly. Options with less than 1GB are, at best, starting to look hopelessly outdated. At worst, they look like a slightly less than straightforward cash grab.


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FirstNews Briefs: AT&T, Lowe's, NetCracker, Sprint, Level 3, T-Mobile

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AT&T announces Alcatel-Lucent S.A. and Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. as the newest vendors to join its User-Defined Network Cloud program. These two suppliers, and the previously announced Juniper Networks, will work with AT&T to build the User-Defined Network Cloud.


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WIRELESS WHITE PAPERS
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A Power Menu for Rooftop Telecommunications Applications

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Wireless Manufacturing Test too High?

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December eReport: Test & Measurement

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Four Years of Mobile Video Optimization – What Has the Industry Learned?

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