Posted on 10 April 2013.
RCR Wireless News Editor-in-Chief Dan Meyer was joined by esteemed guests, including long-time industry analysts Roger Entner, former FCC Commissioner Harold Furchtgott-Roth, former Senior Attorney with the Competition Division in the FCC’s Office of General Counsel Lawrence Spiwak and former FCC Wireless Bureau Chief Fred Campbell in taking a look at the regulatory challenges facing [...]
by RCR Wireless News Posted in Carriers, Devices, Enabler Apps, Enterprise, Enterprise Mobile and Wireless, Facilitators, FCC Wireless Regulations, Featured, FirstNet, Free, Free, Frontpage, Infrastructure, Infrastructure: Site Equipment Solutions, Location Based Services, Mobile Content, Mobile Data, Mobile Devices, Networks, Opinion, Public Safety, RCR Events, Smart Grid, Spectrum Auction, Towers, towers, Webinars, wi-fi, Wireless, Wireless Application Developers, Wireless Facts and Figures, Wireless Internet, Wireless Network Infrastructure, Wireless Providers, Wireless Retailers, Wireless Technology
Posted on 27 March 2013.
International communication doesn’t have to be complex. In this white paper, you’ll discover the challenges organizations with international travelers face to strike an appropriate balance between ease of use for those focused on being productive when traveling internationally, and the cost of using non-domestic mobile network services. The “right” balance will align with the company’s [...]
by Truphone Posted in Associations, Carriers, Content & Mobile Marketing, Customer Care, Devices, Enterprise, Enterprise Mobile and Wireless, Enterprise Mobile and Wireless, Featured, Free, Free, Frontpage, Location Based Services, M2M, Mobile Data, Mobile Devices, Mobile Video and TV, Networks, Reports, test equipment, Wireless, Wireless Application Developers, Wireless Facts and Figures, Wireless Internet, Wireless M2M Telemetry, Wireless Network Infrastructure, Wireless Providers, Wireless Retailers, Wireless Technology
Posted on 23 January 2013.
ABI Research predicts revenues from wireless location-based services to surpass $4 billion in 2012, bolstered by consumer applications, enterprise applications and location solutions for public safety.
by Polaris Wireless Posted in Location Based Services
Posted on 21 November 2011.
Automobiles in the near future will be controlled with smartphone apps, will “phone home” in the event of an emergency and will be driven through a world that’s wired from top to bottom. A major new partnership was announced Thursday that could help make that vision of the future a reality. Sierra Wireless, a well-known [...]
by Marshall Kirkpatrick Posted in Location Based Services, M2M, Mobile Devices, Networks, Wireless, Wireless Application Developers, Wireless M2M Telemetry, Wireless Network Infrastructure, Wireless Technology
Posted on 31 October 2011.
Increasing performance of mobile devices along with today’s mobile subscribers’ higher levels of adoption for mobile apps has encouraged developers to produce powerful mobile applications. Because of the complexities in the mobile apps development and competitive pressures, apps developers are sometimes turning a nelson eye towards conforming to established app development standards. As a result, apps produced are prone to issues like inefficiencies in end user experience, interruptions and interferences with phone operation and network resources, mala fide intentions, and resultant vulnerabilities such as attacks by worms, Trojans and other malware.
by Ravi Sekhar, Program Director – Mobile Apps eXperience Center (MAX Center), XIUS Posted in Carriers, Content & Mobile Marketing, Customers, Devices, iPhone / iPhone Killers, Location Based Services, Mobile Content, Mobile Devices, Mobile Entertainment, Mobile Search, Opinion, Reader Forum, Wireless Application Developers, Wireless Internet
Posted on 31 October 2011.
Consumer appetite for video-on-demand services – the ability to access videos when and where it is convenient to them – is on the rise. The arrival of 3G/4G and LTE networks has opened up new bandwidth for on-demand access, with entertainment such as movies and television shows driving adoption. Other driving factors are at work, too, particularly for mobile subscribers, which leaped over the 300 million mark in the United States alone this past year.
by Marwan Jabri, VP of Video Products Unit, OnMobile Global Posted in Carriers, Cloud, Content & Mobile Marketing, Customers, Devices, Enabler Apps, Infrastructure, Location Based Services, Mobile Content, Mobile Devices, Mobile Entertainment, Mobile Phone Advertising, Mobile Search, Mobile Video and TV, Networks, Opinion, Reader Forum
Posted on 25 October 2011.
VelaTel Global Communications (VELA), which was previously known as ChinaTel, said it has created a joint venture with China-based Next Generation Special Network Communications Technology to deploy a TD-LTE network in China. VelaTel said the venture, which it will control, will use equipment already commercially available through partner ZTE. VelaTel added that it will finance [...]
by Dan Meyer Posted in Carriers, Infrastructure, Location Based Services, Networks, Wireless, Wireless Internet, Wireless Network Infrastructure, Wireless Providers, Wireless Technology
Posted on 05 October 2011.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Paul Berney, CMO & Managing Director, Mobile Marketing Association EMEA When it comes to Mobile Marketing, Paul Berney doesn’t like to talk about technology. This at least was made clear at the start of this interview even though Paul is in the business of marketing to customers specifically using the medium that is [...]
by Sabah Hussain Posted in Location Based Services, Mobile Phone Advertising
Posted on 23 September 2011.
Quite the to-do was created this week when telematics provider OnStar sent out new privacy terms that states the company will continue to collect information about your driving habits even if you no longer subscribe to the company’s service. What the what!?! That is sort of like your local phone company still keeping track of your calls even though you switched to a VoIP provider.
by Dan Meyer Posted in Customers, Devices, Location Based Services, Networks, Opinion, RCR Unplugged, Worst of the week
Posted on 02 June 2010.
Location-based services in Europe are set for robust growth over the next five years, according to a report from Berg Insight. The firm notes that it expects service revenues for the space could grow at a 12% compound annual rate from approximately $270 million in 2009 to more than $500 million in 2015. Berg cited [...]
by Dan Meyer Posted in Location Based Services