This morning we released the results of the CTIA cybersecurity consumer research survey with more than 1,500 wireless consumers on keeping their wireless devices secure.
Here are some of the highlights:Consumers understand the dangers and take responsibility for their device’s security. 85 percent believe mobile devices are very to somewhat ...
Text-to-911 is the next phase of emergency communications, with the industry voluntarily committing to have that technology available by May, 2014. It has its unique qualities and challenges, as detailed by Charles McKee, Sprint Vice- President of Government Affairs.
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The day one crowd at CTIA2013 packed the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.
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Yesterday was jammed packed with some great speakers and panelists. If you missed something, make sure to visit our show’s highlight page.
Today on the keynote stage (and live streamed) at 9 a.m. PDT are:Michael Chasen, Chief Executive Officer of SocialRadar and Co-founder and Former ...
Speaking at the last spring show, CTIA President and CEO Steve Largent discusses the strategic changes to CTIA’s trade shows, including MobileCON in October and Super Mobility Week in September 2014.
CTIA 2013 Chairwoman and President and CEO of U.S. Cellular Mary Dillon discusses her goals for CTIA and the wireless industry in 2013, focusing on spectrum, privacy and security.
After the devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, CTIA’s President and CEO Steve Largent discusses how the wireless industry, and consumers, can help. Please text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to disaster relief.
The U.S. mobile industry is the most innovative in the world, and the most competitive. FCC Acting Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn discusses how the U.S. can keep its lead, powered by spectrum.