Following FCC Chariman Tom Wheeler's annoucement on the FCC's Broadcast Incentive Auction, I said:
“CTIA welcomes FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s announcement of the FCC’s Broadcast Television Spectrum Incentive Auction timeline. As CTIA has previously stressed, the incentive auction is essential to unleashing necessary additional spectrum for mobile broadband. I commend Chairman Wheeler ...
Ericsson’s vision of the Networked Society centers around bridge-building, new social and business opportunities, and enormous gains in interpersonal connectivity, all thanks to wireless. Ericsson’s North American Head Angel Ruiz talks about the company’s commitment to this world of fascinating possibilities.
American Express Group President of Enterprise Growth Dan Schulman explains the security concerns of mobile banking and payment technology and cyberthieves’ appetite for this information.
I issued the following statement this afternoon:
“We understand Senator McCaskill's desire to crack down on robocallers, but the assertion that the wireless industry isn't doing enough to help is simply wrong. The wireless industry has a long history of working with the FCC and FTC to investigate and stop fraudulent ...
From paying for parking to store purchases, the mobile wallet will play a big role in this holiday season. Protect the valuable information your wireless device holds by following some simple tips.
Utilizing near field communications, Nicole Thompson from Verizon Wireless showcases the Isis Mobile Wallet. Allowing users to load their credit cards to their smartphones, mobile wallets offer consumers a secure mobile payment solution.
How does a CIO view mobile as a part of the larger IT strategy? Freeman CIO Richard Maranville discusses his priorities, including reevaluating techniques and mobile strategies often, educating the team and developing solutions with mobile in mind.
CTIA Announces Wireless Providers Completed Final Deadline to Create a Database for Stolen 4G/LTE Devices
In April 2012, CTIA, FCC and police chiefs from major cities announced a four step plan to help deter smartphone thefts. As each deadline approached, the participating wireless companies met the requirements within the time limit. The final step of the plan, due November 30, 2013, was to create ...