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Mobile operators were out in full force at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week, promoting their improved data networks and unveiling new devices. But with their marketing efforts in overdrive, the operators may confuse rather than attract users.
By Nancy Gohring | 11 January, 2011 11:53
A recent very high speed data call, using High-Speed Packet Access Plus (HSPA+) network technology, was the first of its kind in the world, according to Qualcomm Incorporated.
By Jared Heng | 25 August, 2008 08:32
In the current market, there is an increasing demand for unbiased information about Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions. This white paper focuses on solutions that are anticipated to have an important role in Enterprise Mobility Management. An overview of features has been created to enable a better understanding and comparison of capabilities.
Mobility has transformed the workplace. Laptops, smartphones and tablets not only enable an organization’s road warriors, but also create freedoms for all employees to stay connected whether at a conference, working from home, or even sitting in an airport terminal.
- Infrastructure remains big barrier for big data
- Microsoft parental control update lets kids browse more than they should
- Uber grabs mapping tech, employees from Microsoft
- MIT tests 'software transplants' to fix buggy code
- 5 facets of the coming Internet of Things boom
- Hyundai sees hydrogen fuel cell cars as the future
- Fibre broadband adds 3 per cent a US home's value
- LTE-U is coming to take your Wi-Fi away, consumer advocates warn
- Microsoft claims its lens system can improve the Rift's vision
- PayPal tweaks terms in wake of 'robocall' controversy
- Cisco says its IoT parts are now a whole
- Oracle seeks to simplify e-store creation, management with new Commerce Cloud
- US Supreme Court denies Google request in Java infringement case
- iOS, iTunes upgrades for Apple Music available early Tuesday
- Cybercriminals adopt recently patched zero-day exploit in a flash