It seems everyone agrees that the FCC needs to simplify its spectrum screen, but there's a big division on exactly how that should be done. Such was the case in a spate of comments filed with the FCC this past week. AT&T and Verizon Wireless come down on the "light touch" side of things...
CTIA and IFA announced that they are joining forces on what the two organizations are calling the world’s first "borderless" trade show in 2014. IFA is an annual consumer electronics and home appliances tradeshow based in Berlin, which is now reaching its 52nd edition...
CTIA today announced plans to merge its spring and fall shows, creating what the association is referring to as a “super” mobile industry trade show. Beginning in 2014, CTIA will combine the best of its CTIA Wireless show, which is focused on technology and consumer electronics and its recently...
A new report from the Open Technology Institute (OTI) suggests that carrier implemented data caps are unnecessary and a result of decreasing competition in the U.S. wireline and wireless markets. The report claims that the technical or engineering rationale...
Wireless Amber Alerts will migrate over to the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) program at the beginning of 2013. CTIA, The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and Syniverse announced today that on December 31, 2012, the Wireless Amber Alerts program will end operations...
During a Tuesday keynote address, CEO Scott Griffith described Zipcar’s adoption of mobile technology and plans to expand its mobile app.
Verizon Wireless will light up its LTE network in 21 cities next week, making the service available in 417 markets.
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The applications industry needs to do a better job of policing itself, because in its current state, it's putting both consumers and businesses at risk.
New Orleans proved the perfect city for CTIA Wireless 2012.
Wireless Week hosted its 15th Annual Leadership Awards reception during the CTIA Wireless 2012 convention in New Orleans on Tuesday evening, May 8. The publication celebrated AT&T for recognizing and capitalizing on its Wi Fi Services and Verizon Wireless for
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Former President Bill Clinton's Day Three keynote might have been just what the doctor ordered for a wireless industry that can at times seem like war zone. While the OEMs fight it out in court rooms around the globe over
C Spire Wireless is breaking its silence on the cause of a nine month delay of the launch of its LTE network. The service was scheduled to be launched at the end of last year but C Spire missed the
Global Wireless Solutions (GWS) continued testing the wireless network performance of the major carriers in and around the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans on Tuesday and Wednesday. The tests provided insight into which carriers were best prepared
Samsung and Qualcomm are spearheading a new group aimed at advancing technology capable of charging consumer electronics without cords. Launched earlier this week at CTIA Wireless 2012, the Alliance for Wireless Power, or A4WP, will develop standards, certification programs and
Sprint has been offering machine to machine communications more than a decade and is continuing to see real growth in the service, according to Tom Nelson, whole marketing and emerging solutions director for the carrier. Nelson, speaking on the sidelines
Neustar may be best known in the telecommunications industries because it enables portability of phone numbers. But the company now is using the trust and neutrality it has built up over the years with operators to develop other business uses,
NEW ORLEANS—Panel discussions at CTIA Wireless conventions are invariably hospitable and friendly. But there was an underlining tension Tuesday at the Executive Forum panel that found carriers and Internet companies on the same stage. On the carrier side was Brad