SAN DIEGO—Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, chairman of the CTIA, used his keynote address at Tuesday's opening session of the CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2011 show to argue wireless telecommunication is the most important industry in the world, not only in size but in its impact on civilization.
Wireless Week's - CTIA Enterprise & Applications - October 11, 12 & 13 2011
Samsung and Google today announced that they have cancelled the planned "Samsung Mobile Unpacked: The Google Episode"...
CTIA asked a federal court yesterday to block San Francisco's new cell phone law...
Citigroup says the U.S. wireless industry isn't facing a spectrum shortage and needs to do a better job managing the bandwidth it already has.
CTIA is warning consumers of an e-mail scam that uses its logo.
Three top trade associations from the wireless and consumer electronics industry have come out against claims by the National Association of Broadcasters...
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) warned lawmakers on Capitol Hill today that a proposal to allow the FCC to auction off broadcast spectrum could undermine mobile television.
Sprint has joined the Rural Cellular Association (RCA), the group announced yesterday at its annual convention in Las Vegas.
ORLANDO, Fla. - The day three executive roundtable at CTIA Wireless centered around how wireless technologies, particularly mobile social media and ubiquitous coverage, are changing the way people organize and create social change...
ORLANDO, Fla.—FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski brought a welcome message to the CTIA Wireless show Tuesday...
ORLANDO, Fla.—There are several things network operators agree on, but sharing their spectrum isn't one of them.
The industry knows that mobile data traffic is increasing, but by how much? CTIA is shedding some new light on the trend in new numbers from its semi-annual survey.
Wireless Week's - International CTIA Wireless - Spring 2011 - Complete Show Coverage
AT&T plans to acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion...
CTIA is hoping to shake things up a little at this year's CTIA Wireless conference, which runs March 21-24 in Orlando, Florida, with less PowerPoint and more networking.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and CTIA continue to clash over the FCC's plan to sell off more television airwaves to the wireless industry.
CTIA will be moving its spring wireless conference to New Orleans in 2012 and pushing the usual date from March to May 8 10. The Wireless Association says the move was in response to its customers' requests that the spring
On Dec. 21, 2010, the FCC voted 3-2 in favor new network neutrality rules that affect mostly fixed, broadband networks. However, there are some provisions that could protect consumers on wireless networks.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and CTIA are sparring over the FCC's proposed auctions of unused spectrum held by television broadcasters.
Three top wireless industry groups have come out against the FCC's bill shock proposal.
Throughout my professional career, I have never seen an industry that has developed, matured and continued to innovate like the 27-year-old wireless industry.
Smartphones are revolutionizing everything we do and how we do it, including the way people communicate. Today, people are doing much more than talking on these devices...
The FCC at its open commission meeting tomorrow may vote to require carriers to notify subscribers when they are about to exceed their monthly service limits.
Wireless Week's Official Show Daily - CTIA Enterprise & Applications™ 2010 - October 6-8, 2010