Archive for the ‘CTIA Shows’ Category
New applications and solutions are allowing utilities to better manage their operations and improve customer service and billing. But how receptive are consumers to the changes and new capabilities coming their way? J.D. Power and Associates Senior Director of Smart Energy David Steele talks about the challenges, impediments, and opportunities in the burgeoning world of [...]
It’s the final day of CTIA 2013 and it’s been a great week in Las Vegas. With fresh and innovative speakers, exhibitors and experts talking about the hottest topics in mobile, the changes from our show team has been exciting and popular. Today’s keynote is a Fireside Chat with actor, tech investor and producer Ashton [...]
During his keynote presentation on day one, Founder, Chairman & CEO of MicroStrategy and the author of The Mobile Wave Michael Saylor discusses a trend he sees in identity, particularly how financial and government services will begin to use this emerging service. Visit the CTIA 2013 highlights website for more videos, pictures and conference [...]
We all know how dangerous texting while driving can be. But, taking a spin behind-the-wheel of the AT&T Texting Simulator in the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion reinforces the need to remember that when it comes to texting and driving, “It Can Wait.” Visit the CTIA 2013 highlights website for more videos, pictures and conference coverage.
During the Power Panel on day one, President and Global Connected Consumer of General Motors Mary Chan discusses how the company is working with the wireless industry to integrate applications into a vehicle. Visit the CTIA 2013 highlights website for more videos, pictures and conference coverage.
Peggy Johnson, EVP and President of Global Market Development of Qualcomm, discusses her company’s solutions to the immense increase in data traffic during the Power Panel on day one of CTIA 2013. Visit the CTIA 2013 highlights website for more videos, pictures and conference coverage.
During the Power Panel on day one of CTIA 2013, CTIA 2013 Chairwoman and President and CEO of U.S. Cellular Mary Dillon and Allison Cerra, VP of Global Marketing and Communications at Alcatel-Lucent, discuss the fine line between privacy and allowing users to define their identity.
Designed as an opportunity to showcase the innovative and disruptive startups, the Throw Down began with a lighting round of 13 companies who were each given one minute to present. After the lighting round, audience members voted via text for five finalists and each gave a five-minute presentation on their technology or innovation. Following the [...]