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1056 days ago 0 comments Categories: Others Tags: smartphone, mobile, trends
4 Surprising Reasons You Hate Your Smartphone Written: July 10, 2013 at 10:07 am, by Brian Dykhuizen Wireless Networks are better and bigger than they used to be, but consumer complaints about coverage have not tapered off.   Mobile device technology is advancing at a breakneck pace, yet we complain about our smartphones.  Why?  The paradoxical nature of wireless consumer sentiment is rooted in the “inconvenience associated with convenience”.  We are forever chasing the moment when we have th
1447 days ago 0 comments Categories: Product Tags: AT&T, voice, data, sms, wireless, shared data, smartphone

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said he was not surprised by Verizon Wireless' shared data plan pricing, and reiterated his belief that the wireless world is trending toward data-only plans. Read more

1454 days ago 0 comments Categories: News Tags: mobile, apps, smartphone, market, enterprise
Following the successful adoption of customer-focused mobile applications, companies are increasingly deploying mobile apps to connect to partners and employees. Companies are mainly sourcing these apps through internal or external app development projects. Nonetheless, both established enterprise software vendors and emerging, mobile only vendors have been targeting this market segment by publishing “off the shelf” enterprise mobile apps and making them available on main public app stores. As a
John Carmack, one of the most innovative and tech-savvy games designers of  generation, thinks that mobile smartphone gaming is the future. Carmack has recently released the critically-acclaimed Rage for iPad and iPhone and iPod touch, a game that has caused many gamers and hardcore games developers to take a long, hard look at the potential of “proper” games on iOS devices. The overwhelmingly positive response to Carmack’s first iOS game from QuakeCon last year clearly shows that there is
Like other wireless companies, we're taking steps to manage exploding demand for mobile data.  Many experts agree the country is facing a serious wireless spectrum crunch.  We're responding on many levels, including investing billions in our wireless network this year and working to acquire additional network capacity.  We're also taking additional, more immediate measures to help address network congestion. One new measure is a step that may reduce the data throughput speed experienced by
1766 days ago 0 comments Categories: News Tags: Apple, Samsung overtake Nokia as top two smartphone makers in Q2
Apple, Samsung overtake Nokia as top two smartphone makers in Q2 By Yun-Hee Kim, Dow Jones Newswires Friday 29 July 2011 Research firm says iPhone maker now commands 18.5% share of global smartphone market. Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. overtook long-time leader Nokia Corp. for the top two spots in the global smartphone market during the second quarter, data released Friday by market research firm Strategy Analytics showed, highlighting the continued struggles of the Finnish
Sure, the US Army could continue to develop expensive proprietary gadgets for use in the field, or they could make the switch to (relatively) inexpensive off-the-shelf smartphones. It's a change that's been considered for some time, and the Army is now at the tail end of a six-week trial of more than 300 Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone devices for military use. The results have been promising, according to program director Michael McCarthy, stating that younger soldiers who grew up wit
1780 days ago 0 comments Categories: News Tags: Mobile social networks are biggest smartphone use in US
Nearly 73 percent of mobile phone users (both smartphones and other types) in the US use their handsets to access social networking sites daily, sometimes more than once per day, according to a study by ABI Research. Survey respondents say the mobile phone (or smartphone) provides sufficient access to the activities they like doing with social networks: viewing content, sending media, and updating profiles. The study also found that the mobile phone is a preferred device for doing a numbe
T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced the myTouch® 4G Slide, the latest 4G smartphone to join T-Mobile’s exclusive line of myTouch products. The myTouch 4G Slide features the most advanced camera of any smartphone with zero shutter lag, backside illuminated sensor and additional premium digital camera features that offer consumers a viable replacement for their digital point-and-shoot cameras. The myTouch 4G Slide is expected to be available in July.   T-Mobile’s high-speed 4G network contin
1791 days ago 1 comments Categories: Others Tags: Nokia cuts smartphone prices in Europe - report
Nokia has cut the prices of its smartphones in Europe in an attempt to slow the decline in its share of the higher end of the market, two industry sources told Reuters. One of the sources with direct knowledge of Nokia's pricing said the steepest cuts of around 15 percent were made on the flagship N8, the multimedia phone C7, as well as the business E6. Other price cuts were smaller, both sources said. "There are no very big cuts per model, but the scale -- across the portfolio -- is unsee
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