Posts Tagged ‘International CTIA WIRELESS 2012’
International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 was THE place for “All Things Mobile” in New Orleans. Attendees heard from President Bill Clinton, innovators and leaders who spoke about the revolutionary benefits that wireless products and services have on the way people live, work and play in the U.S. and around the world.
Is it a matter of carriers against the over-the-top players in wireless, or carriers AND the over-the-top players? T-Mobile Senior VP, Value-Added Services, Brad Duea, shares his belief that the two can peacefully co-exist and cites T-Mobile’s work in content and service development that is emblematic of the innovation that service providers feature today. Visit [...]
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President Bill Clinton was CTIA WIRELESS 2012′s closing keynote speaker. Here are a few highlight video clips from his remarks.
International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 has officially ended, but it’s been a great show. Today, we saw a fantastic keynote address from President Bill Clinton, who talked about creative solutions to global challenges. He spoke about some of the ways wireless is a powerful tool for change, such as bringing financial services to Haiti following the [...]
Daniel Ek, CEO and Co-Founder of Spotify, believes his company’s biggest differentiator is that it creates social connections between users and their music. This is why Spotify seamlessly works with wireless consumers who already use their devices to connect with others. Visit the International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 show highlights page for more pics, videos and [...]
With almost 43 percent of the world having access to the Internet and almost 5 billion global wireless connections, Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla Corporation, says that opportunity exists for many companies to provide access to content. Visit the International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 show highlights page for more pics, videos and conference coverage.
The blind and visually impaired community are finding wireless products to be more and more accessible, even as the forms of devices continue to change. American Foundation for the Blind Vice President Paul Schroeder offers his insights into the industry’s leading products for blind consumers, and what they would like manufacturers and app developers to [...]