Archive for the ‘Devices & Services’ Category
Daniel Mattes, CEO of Jumio, demonstrates his innovative mobile credit card reader app during CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™.
HTC America’s Online Communications Manager, Jeff Gordon, demonstrates the HTC EVO 3D at CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™, which is changing the way we see the world. The phone captures photos and videos in 3D and allows you to view them on your phone or HDTV without any glasses!
CTIA Hot for the Holidays Award winner in the Music Lover category, Muve Music is the first music experience designed specifically for a mobile phone, with unlimited music as part of a wireless rate plan. During CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™, I caught up with Cricket Communications Sr. Manager Greg Lund to get a demonstration of the full-feature offering.
During CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™, Dan Schulman, Group President, Enterprise Growth, American Express Company, describes Serve, American Express’ open digital payments platform that works in partnership with carriers and OEMs.
Alex Brisbourne, President and COO of KORE Telematics paints a picture of the potential in M2M communications at CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™. He also explains how the American industry can be more cost effective with M2M.
While CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS is over, we still have a lot of videos to share! Here’s one from Eric Setton, Co-founder & CTO of Tango, who describes how the U.S. is at the forefront of 4G, making U.S. wireless companies the leaders of the global mobile industry.
In this dynamic and constantly evolving wireless industry, we’ve accepted the fact that there is no “final” draft in our Wireless Industry Overview …or any of our industry overview documents. Instead, we’re always updating these “living” documents. But while the industry keeps changing, as the head of research, I’ve noticed I’m consistently asked the following [...]
At best, Joshua Topolsky’s piece this afternoon was disingenuous. To suggest anything but the fact that our industry is the most innovative and competitive in the world is choosing to only see a fraction of reality. Instead of being flippant, look at the facts. In the U.S., there are almost 303 million wireless subscribers who [...]