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European telcos look to US tech giants for infrastructure deals

Euro telco chiefs say U.S. tech firms benefit from buildouts of 5G, cable, and fiber infrastructure, so they should pay part of the bill.

The Sunday Brief: The Two Strongest Headed into 2022 – Comcast and Google (Part 2)

September greetings from the Midwest and Southeast.  Pictured is one of the many “Instawalls” in Kansas City that celebrate our local football team, the Chiefs.  We are excited about our return to the City of Fountains and are anxious about the bruising schedule the...

Research finds carriers are slowing Netflix, YouTube videos

  Call it network management or call it throttling -- but no matter which term you prefer, new research says that video is being targeted for slowing by mobile network operators. First reported by Bloomberg, wireless researchers using Wehe, an app meant to help users suss...

Verizon names Indianapolis as final 5G launch city

5G residential broadband service comes with YouTube TV and Apple TV 4K Sacramento, Los Angeles, Houston and Indianapolis—with the Aug. 14 addition of Motor City, those are the four locales where Verizon will launch its 5G fixed wireless residential broadband service by the end of...

Generation Z: The Age of Wireless (Reader Forum)

  When I was 13, I wanted a phone in my room, so I could talk to friends in my own space instead of sitting on the basement stairs or pacing back and forth in the kitchen and ultimately knotting the curly cord like a...

Kagan: Why YouTube is shooting itself in the foot with ads

Recently, I overheard someone complaining about the sudden avalanche of commercials and ads between every song they listen to on YouTube. Many users seem to have noticed how they have increased the amount of advertising users are forced to deal with. If this is...

T-Mobile pushes Binge On content providers to nearly 90

T-Mobile adds a handful of new video content providers to its Binge On service, which now counts more than 500M hours of cellular viewing T-Mobile US continued the expansion of its Binge On video platform, adding new content providers that the carrier said now number...

Reality Check: Could streaming video crash your mobile network?

With streaming video content delivery mechanisms hogging bandwidth and QoE, Flash Networks looks at potential solutions Video traffic is flooding mobile networks and the tsunami has only just begun. According to our customer data, mobile video traffic accounted for 55% of total mobile data traffic...

T-Mobile Binge On, Music Freedom push past 100 content providers

The T-Mobile Binge On and Music Freedom platforms now claim more than 100 content providers, with the carrier adding a handful of new partners T-Mobile US added a handful of new streaming video and music services to its Binge On and Music Freedom platforms, which...

T-Mobile Binge On gains content provider control, adds YouTube

The T-Mobile Binge On video platform now allows for more content provider control, gains Google YouTube and Play Movie options T-Mobile US updated its popular, but controversial, Binge On service, adding new content providers and more options for customer personalization. Nine content providers were added to...

T-Mobile CEO Legere repentant in latest defense of Binge On

T-Mobile CEO John Legere said he may have gone too far in criticizing EFF intent T-Mobile US CEO John Legere took a more conciliatory tone in his latest defense of the wireless carrier’s controversial Binge On video streaming service. Taking yet again to T-Mobile US’ blog...

Worst of the Week: T-Mobile Binge On fires up the fringe

Hello! And welcome to our Friday column, Worst of the Week. There’s a lot of nutty stuff that goes on in this industry, so this column is a chance for us at RCRWireless.com to rant and rave about whatever rubs us the wrong way....

Is 2016 the year of sponsored data?

LAS VEGAS – Last year was the year sponsored data burst on the scene as Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile US all announced plans to offer free data services. But, it was the launch of T-Mobile US' controversial "Binge On" service, which allows customers to...

T-Mobile CEO Legere defends Binge On service

In a blog post, T-Mobile CEO Legere defends Binge On service from throttling claims T-Mobile US CEO John Legere took to the carrier’s blog in defense of its increasingly controversial Binge On video streaming platform, arguing the service is pro-consumer by providing a choice in...

T-Mobile Binge On draws sting of YouTube over throttling concerns

Report notes T-Mobile Binge On service accused of interfering with YouTube video traffic T-Mobile US’ Binge On video offering has reportedly drawn criticism from YouTube, which claims the unlimited streaming service is interfering with YouTube’s video traffic. According to The Wall Street Journal, YouTube, which like...

Facebook fights YouTube for video dominance

WASHINGTON – Facebook has been busy of late. In addition to steadily gaining users and announcing plans to provided free Internet to Africa via satellite, the social media company is getting ready for a renewed push against Google-owned YouTube to stake its claim on...

Reader Forum: The mobile video experience in the age of encryption

The age of encryption is upon us. Data gathered from mobile operator networks around the world reveal that between 50% and 65% of all mobile data traffic is now encrypted. This is up from a level of only 10-20% in 2013. Right under our...

Coders: Episode 12 – Google IO 2015 and a simple Arduino project

Yesterday's Google IO keynote gives us plenty to talk about, with updates on Project Loon, Android Wear, and the introduction of cloud testing, an IoT solution for developers, Android M, Google Photos and more. Android M is particularly notable for the introduction of system-level support...

World Cup games shift network traffic peaks, increase app use

Facebook says that 88 million users generated 280 million likes, posts and comments related to the final match of the FIFA World Cup. Meanwhile Twitter says its users were tweeting at the rate of 618,725 tweets per minute. Allot Communications has been monitoring mobile application traffic...

2014 Predictions: The top 5 content challenges for carriers in 2014

2013 saw mobile network operators around the world continuing their tentative adjustment to an environment in which over-the-top content defined much of their network deployment, upgrade and

Google takes aim at Facebook,Twitter with MixBit app

Google is taking direct aim at Facebook and Twitter with its new MixBit video editing app for YouTube. According to The New York Times, MixBit will work the same way Twitter's Vine and Facebook's Instagram videos work, in that users will hold down their...

Announcing CCA 2013 Live Stream, Schedule Detailed

RCR Wireless is partnering with the good people at the Competitive Carriers Association to stream CCA 2013 Annual Convention in Las Vegas LIVE on RCR's YouTube page. About CCA 2013 CCA events bring the decision-makers in the competitive mobile ecosystem – carriers, technology experts, network builders, consultants, media,...

Google Brazil’s president detained for failing to remove YouTube videos

The president of Google Brazil, Fabio Coelho, was arrested and later released on September 26, for not removing two videos from YouTube that allegedly contain slander and defamed a mayoral candidate in Campo Grande, Alcides Bernal (PP). The detention followed a Mato Grosso do Sul...

Toshiba gets excited about big screen tablet

Apparently taking its cue from Samsung, Toshiba is focusing on thinner, sleeker offerings in the tablet market, but the Japanese company is not skimping on screen size. Today Toshiba said it's upgrading its Excite line of Android tablets with three new products named for...

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