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MWC: HTC Looks to Crowd Source Android Phones, Solve Problems

February 24, 2014 1:06 pm | Comments

HTC is launching an inititive that aims to crowd source Android phones in an effort to solve various problems, ranging from the curing of diseases to facilitating the search for Extra Terrestrials.  Check out this video for more on just exactly how HTC would like to use your Android phone for the greater good. 

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Friday Flick: A New Car UI

February 21, 2014 10:44 am | by Wireless Week Staff | Comments

If the connected car space grows to be as big as expected, there will likely be room for all sorts of UI variations. The simple design displayed in this video proposes a gesture-based tactile approach and reasons that this UI could be easier to control and less distracting.

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Friday Flick: The Mobile Economy

February 14, 2014 11:17 am | by GSMA | Comments

The GSMA put together a high-energy clip that traces technological advances from 1979 to today. Then it busts into some industry numbers for 2013-2017, like $5.4 trillion in mobile operator revenues and a staggering $10.5 trillion contributed to the global GDP by 2017. And it's all set to a kickin' techno soundtrack.

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Friday Flick: Texting Behind the Wheel Really Is That Dangerous!

February 7, 2014 10:56 am | Comments

You make thing you're keeping it between the lines when you're tapping out a quick message while behind the wheel, but this video with CTIA's Vice President of Public Affairs John Walls demonstrates otherwise. Take a quick test of the "It Can Wait" campaign's texting and driving simulator and find out just how dangerous texting behind the wheel really is. 

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Friday Flick: Lenovo the Smartphone Maker

January 31, 2014 11:18 am | Comments

Here's a quick look at the Lenovo's first smarpthone, the Vibe Z. With this weeks annoucement that the company has agreend to acquire Motorola's handset business from Google for $3 billion, it's easy to wonder where things will go from here. Check it out.  

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Friday Flick: Wearable Tech Abounds at CES 2014

January 10, 2014 10:41 am | Comments

The market for real-time smart jewelry, 3-D garment simulation and center of gravity-detecting insoles still has some maturing to do. But wearable tech of all forms is coming, as evidenced by the enormous volumes of wild, innovative and fashionable (?) stuff on display at CES 2014. Don't worry, there were still plenty of smartwatches, too.

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Friday Flick: Who Remembers Pocketnet?

January 3, 2014 10:44 am | Comments

Oh how far we've come. This 1997 AT&T commerical seemed a good way to end a cold and snowy week. Amazing what some software and a little bit more screen real estate has done for today's multi-tasking end user. Enjoy and for those of you on the East Coast, stay warm and safe! Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.  

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Eric Schmidt's Prognostications for 2014

December 30, 2013 10:28 am | Comments

Ex Google CEO Eric Schmidt shares some pointed expectations for the coming year in this video from Bloomberg and key to his message is that "mobile has won." Check out just exactly how Schmidt thinks mobile will change industry and society in the coming year. 

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Wireless Week's Top 25 Headlines of 2013: Episode 5 (5-1)

December 20, 2013 10:57 am | by Wireless Week Staff | Comments

Welcome to the final segment in Wireless Week's Top 25 Headlines of 2013. Today's the big reveal of our top 5 headlines of 2013, which includes major news from companies like Vodafone, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Clearwire. Thanks to everyone who has tuned in over the past few weeks. It's been a great year and we look forward to following all the headlines we're sure will be made in 2014.

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Wireless Week's Top 25 Headlines of 2013: Episode 4 (10-6)

December 17, 2013 9:43 am | Comments

In this five part video series, Wireless Week editors Andrew Berg and Ben Munson will count down the top headlines of 2013. Be sure to catch each installment, as we make our way through all the biggest news events from the past year! In case you missed them, check out the previous installments.

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Wireless Week's Top 25 Headlines of 2013: Episode 3 (15-11)

December 11, 2013 3:00 pm | Comments

In this five part video series, Wireless Week editors Andrew Berg and Ben Munson will count down the top headlines of 2013. Be sure to catch each installment, as we make our way through all the biggest news events from the past year! 

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Wireless Week Top 25 Headlines of 2013: Episode 2 (20-16)

December 3, 2013 9:53 am | Comments

In this five part video series, Wireless Week editors Andrew Berg and Ben Munson will count down the top headlines of 2013. Be sure to catch each installment, as we make our way through all the biggest news events from the past year!

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Wireless Week's Top 25 Headlines of 2013: Check out 25-21!

November 21, 2013 3:14 pm | Comments

In this five part video series, Wireless Week editors Andrew Berg and Ben Munson will count down the top headlines of 2013. Be sure to catch each installment, as we make our way through all the biggest news events from the past year!  

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Friday Flick: Coin Aims to Ease Credit Card Clutter

November 15, 2013 9:59 am | Comments

The mobile wallet is an evolving thing. From NFC-based solutions to solutions like Apple's passbook, there's no clear frontrunner. Startup Coin takes a completely new approach to the digital wallet, combining a traditional credit card form factor and a mobile app to shring multiple cards into one, simple package. Check it out!  

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See the Big Picture at IHS

November 8, 2013 10:00 am | Comments

IHS aims to provide clear insights that help executives see and connect risks across their businesses, so they can reduce their vulnerabilities and steer clear of hazards before they happen. See the Big Picture at IHS. Solutions, Analytics and Expertise in Risk Assessment.

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