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Chairman Wheeler explains the complexities, challenges and opportunities for broadcasters, the wireless industry and consumers with the first-of-its-kind broadcast incentive auction in his keynote remarks.
Google Head of the Cloud Platform Doug Daniels talks with Bloomberg BNA Managing Editor Paul Barbagallo about its customers taking advantage of its infastructure, such as Snapchat and Secret, without investing heavily
Prior to Super Mobility Week, AT&T Hackathon connects developers with industry experts to help them create new wireless solutions for the car and home.
When you think about mobility on a large scale, could you have ever imagined that we would be as connected today as we are? KB: Without question. We’re living in an amazing time, in a digital world of connectivity and it’s nothing short of astounding to see the speed at which it continues to grow. […]
Under the umbrella of Super Mobility Week, MobileCON is the place for mobile IT professionals to convene to find solutions for their most challenging problems. Join us for these “can’t miss” thought leadership sessions on three stages today: Trends in Cybersecurity – What You Need To Know, MobileCON Show Floor, Stage 1, 11:00 a.m. – […]
Super Mobility Week 2014 kicks off today with a keynote session featuring Emmy-Winning Writer, Actor and Producer Larry Wilmore as SMW Special Correspondent (streamed live) at 9 a.m. PT with FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. The morning keynote will also feature a Mobile Video Panel hosted by CTIA Chairman of the Board and Verizon Wireless President […]
Super Mobility Week officially kicks off tomorrow morning! Here are some of the “can’t miss” events happening over the next three days here in Las Vegas. Keynotes – With a lineup that includes CEO’s of companies such as Lookout, Qualcomm, SAP, Twilio, Twitter and Zappos, Super Mobility Week offers three days of talks from the […]
Mobile privacy might seem like a complicated issue. But according to J. Trevor Hughes, the President and CEO of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), it’s doesn’t have to be. “More and more often, the customer is in control of their privacy and security, but they often don’t realize it,” Hughes explained. “Users should […]