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Mobile World Live TV: Back in Barcelona (sponsored content)

It’s almost time for the doors to open on the world’s biggest annual mobile tech event: Mobile World Congress. And this year the Mobile World Live team is ramping up its TV broadcast with some major new program launches. This year we’ve expanded our...

GSMA Mobile World Congress 2016: Mobile is Everything (sponsored content)

Register for Mobile World Congress 2016, Feb. 22-25, in Barcelona For industry veterans, working in the mobile ecosystem can feel like a never-ending series of conferences, exhibitions and meetings. Not only can these events become costly in terms of time and money, they often don’t...

Announcing Telecom Exchange (TEX) CEO Roundtable Participants

Co-Hosts Jaymie Scotto & Associates and RCR Wireless News Announce Telecom Exchange CEO Roundtable Participants Live from NYC, Zayo, Allied Fiber, Hibernia, NeXXcom, TW Telecom, Optelian, Atlantic-ACM, Bankstreet, Alteva, Colo Atl and Lightower Fiber Networks headline premier data center and telecom network industry event  Austin, TX – May...

MWC 2013: CEO and executive video roundup

Whether or not you attended Mobile World Congress 2013, we hope that you will find our collection of CEO, President and CTO videos informative. This year's coverage of Mobile World Congress was supported by Anrtisu (check out Anritsu's page on RCR Wireless News).                           

SXSW 2012: AT&T 3G faltered at SXSW, but LTE users were well served

Tens of thousands of geeks were in Austin, Texas, this week for the South by Southwest Interactive conference (SxSW or SxSWi if you prefer) and mobile was a big part of the event. Verizon Wireless' network seemed to hold up well, but both the...

Wireless History Foundation to accept nominations for 2012 inductees

Austin-based Wireless History Foundation said it will begin accepting nominations for the 2012 Wireless Hall of Fame through March 15. Nominations will be accepted in four categories: service provider; technology; industry associate; and “pioneer,” with nominees needing to have at least two “seconders” to...

Leading industry analysts confirmed to headline the speaker list for the Orange County Small Cell Event

Leading industry analysts, AT&T, Sprint, LightSquared, Verizon and PCIA confirmed to headline speaker list for the Orange County Small Cell Event Industry analysts Michael Thelander and Iain Gillott will be joined by Wireless Infrastructure Association CEO, Mike Fitch, as well as executives from AT&T, Sprint...

Dell plans transition from PC to end-point solutions company

A confident Dell chairman and CEO Michael Dell explained how the company is transforming itself into a one-stop shop with servers, storage and networking, as well as a services business solutions.

Mobile broadband options vast and varied across domestic market

Note:  This article was originally published in The 2011 Official Show Guide of the Wireless Infrastructure Show - click here to view the full show guide in digital format.  The domestic mobile space is hip-deep into the initial round of “4G” build out plans, with...

LTE Asia: An end-to-end LTE network now includes providing a device

SUNTEC, Singapore – Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is better known for its smartphones and is possibly the strongest contender to Apple Inc.’s iPhone. On the mobile networks side, Samsung strongly positioned itself as a WiMAX-focused vendor and is still the No. 1 provider of WiMAX equipment globally.

Swype on track towards install base of a billion devices say CEO

Touchscreen keyboard firm Swype said it’s goal is to be on a billion devices and become ubiquitous across phones, tablets and even TVs, despite a stinginess on the OEM side to invest in native apps. Speaking at the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley’s TC3 event...

Tablets, texts and tweets bring new dimension to live entertainment

Social networking is expanding the audience for some of Austin's biggest events this fall. During UT's first football game of the season, thousands of fans who did not have access to the new Longhorn Network were able to watch an unsanctioned live stream of...

'I sound like your mother!' Founder of 3Com offers old-fashioned advice for cutting-edge startups

“Eat breakfast because we’re having a late lunch!” These were the words that greeted 200 eager investors and entrepreneurs as they picked up their name tags at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center on the University of Texas campus this morning. They were...

‘I sound like your mother!’ Founder of 3Com offers old-fashioned advice for cutting-edge startups

“Eat breakfast because we’re having a late lunch!” These were the words that greeted 200 eager investors and entrepreneurs as they picked up their name tags at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center on the University of Texas campus this morning. They were...

Qualcomm's VP says apps and cloud will change computing

Qualcomm’s executive vice president, Steve Mollenkopf, has said the mobile app space will change computing forever. Speaking at an event marking the opening of Verizon Wireless’ Application Innovation Center in San Francisco Wednesday, Mollenkopf spoke of his firm’s “rich history of innovation” and collaboration with...

Verizon opens Application Innovation Center in San Francisco

Verizon Wireless officially opened its Application Innovation Center in downtown San Francisco Wednesday, in an event attended by the firm’s top executives, including CEO Dan Mead. "Innovation is at the very core of what Verizon does, and what we stand for," Mead told assembled press,...

Google kicks off “Texas get your business online” workshops

Google Austin: A first-person, customer update Google.  They are the digital version of General Electric, but for the 21st century.   Both are classic, American-headquartered, global conglomerates, with diverse portfolios.  But, whereas GE’s goods and services have ranged from light bulbs to jet engines to TV...

Google kicks off "Texas get your business online" workshops

Google Austin: A first-person, customer update Google.  They are the digital version of General Electric, but for the 21st century.   Both are classic, American-headquartered, global conglomerates, with diverse portfolios.  But, whereas GE’s goods and services have ranged from light bulbs to jet engines to TV...

Wireless technology helps battle the Las Conchas fire in Los Alamos, N.M.

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. - The largest fire in New Mexico history still has some life left in it. The Las Conchas fire may be around 70% contained but continues to burn in the northern and western parts of the state. The fire is dwindling,...

Huawei to build WiMAX network in rural Canada

Chinese infrastructure vendor Huawei has announced a partnership with Canada’s Manitoba NetSet Ltd at the Global WiMAX & LTE Development Forum in San Francisco on Thursday. Manitoba NetSet - a consortium of the most prominent Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in rural Manitoba – has the...

PayPal demos NFC payments at Mobile Beat 2011

PayPal demonstrated its new NFC capabilities for the first time this week at the Mobile Beat 2011 conference in San Francisco. Senior director of PayPal Mobile, Laura Chambers, gave the audience a demo of the new service by tapping two smartphones together to transfer a...

Yelp still toying with IPO, but hasn’t started the process claims CEO

Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman said his firm would likely go public over the next year or so but had not yet started the process, as it continues to grow its mobile following. “We haven’t started the process, we haven’t chosen bankers, it’s something we’re going...

Yelp still toying with IPO, but hasn't started the process claims CEO

Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman said his firm would likely go public over the next year or so but had not yet started the process, as it continues to grow its mobile following. “We haven’t started the process, we haven’t chosen bankers, it’s something we’re going...

Sony claims it’s not proprietary as it pushes forward with Android

Despite being hacked and having to pull its network down for around six weeks, affecting 77 million customers, Sony says it was “pleasantly surprised” by the results of the experience, claiming all its clients came back and that network performance was better than ever. “We...

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