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Telecom & Commerce Ovum: Industry-led solution to poor mobile coverage triumphs over government’s ill-thought-out proposal
Dec 18, 2014 – While the UK government’s once preferred solution of ’national roaming’ to deal with mobile not-spots sounded attractive to those with coverage issues, it was a messy solution that has fortunately... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Baidu alliance is a breakthrough moment for Nokia Here
Dec 18, 2014 – When Nokia retained its mapping business, Here, after the sales of its devices business to Microsoft, some executives in the US company were reported to be furious. Here, built on... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Avi Networks brings hyperscale to smaller mobile cloud players
Dec 18, 2014 – No sooner had cloud computing become a mainstay of modern technology-driven businesses than the architecture became outdated. Monolithic platforms are giving way to distributed, virtualized ones, in which control and... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Microsoft to preview mobile Windows 10, for a multi-OS world
Dec 18, 2014 – One of the themes of 2014, in Microsoft’s world, has been the death of Windows. Not literally of course, but new CEO Satya Nadella has dislodged the operating system from... Read the rest



Smarter Phones, Devices & Apps Ovum: Apple Watch could bring an extra US$16.5bn to Apple’s revenues by 2020
Jan 29, 2015 –  The wearables market will be worth US$27bn in 2020, with almost 400 million wearable devices sold in the year. Ovum expects sales of wearable devices to reach 394 million units... Read the rest

RIoT: Apple to enter smart home at WWDC
May 30, 2014 –  Rumors abound that Apple will unveil its plans for the smart home at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on June 2nd. It is expected that software will be revealed that... Read the rest

Gartner Says Annual Smartphone Sales Surpassed Sales of Feature Phones for the First Time in 2013
Feb 13, 2014 – Smartphones Accounted for 57.6 Percent of Total Sales in Fourth Quarter of 2013 Sales of Android Phones to Approach One Billion in 2014 Worldwide sales of smartphones to end users... Read the rest

Canalys: Android on 80% of smart phones shipped in 2013
Jan 31, 2014 – Windows Phone’s 69% year-on-year increase in Q4 2013 made it the fastest growing platform Canalys has published its final smart phone shipment estimates for the 50-plus countries that it tracks.... Read the rest



Enterprise Mobility Faultline: Irdeto now underpins Liberty Global OTT, so what did it use before?
May 22, 2014 –   It’s been a while since Irdeto has had anything serious to announce in Europe, and while we know that the CEO Graham Kill has returned from China to supervise... Read the rest

Faultline: The AT&T question – Does it really want a Latin American adventure?
May 22, 2014 –  The rapidly worked out $48.5 billion merger agreement between AT&T and DirecTV is being seen as a trigger for yet more consolidation in the US, with everyone looking for natural... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: AT&T’s DirecTV deal may trigger more M&A in mobile market
May 22, 2014 –  There’s no let-up in the relentless consolidation of the US telecoms and media market. Sprint, T-Mobile and Dish continue to dance around one another; Comcast is offering $45bn for Time... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: The latest cellco alternatives: Google ‘business spots,’ Homespots push global disruption, Sigfox US and UK IoT
May 22, 2014 –  Mobile operators have had a decade to deal with the knowledge that they could no longer control or monetize most of the services running over their networks, as the world... Read the rest



Wireless Web RIoT: Qualcomm spins off Gimbal beacons into standalone company
May 2, 2014 – So hot is the market for beacons in retail environments that Qualcomm has spun off its own platform into a standalone business unit based around its Gimbal technology.   The... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Qualcomm seeks to set standards for new wave of IoT
May 1, 2014 – Gimbal beacons spun off into standalone company.  So hot is the market for beacons in retail environments that Qualcomm has spun off its own platform into a standalone business unit... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: I/O: no hardware or stunts, as Google reworks its web platforms
May 16, 2013 – Gadget watchers were disappointed by the opening day of Google’s annual I/O conference, but that was a good thing. There was no hardware, and no major stunts like the Google... Read the rest

Maravedis-Rethink: Metrocell backhaul will drive total wireless backhaul market to US$10 billion by 2018
May 1, 2013 – New backhaul report analyzes wireless backhaul from an intermodal perspective.   The macrocell wireless backhaul market will begin to decline in 2017, but metrocell backhaul, expected to grow to US$4.7... Read the rest



Arts & Entertainment Faultline: Streaming services “chip away” at Broadcast TV
Feb 12, 2015 – Content owners are exploring new business models to reach eyeballs on the Internet, but it isn’t clear which way forward is the best, according to Tim Hanlon, founder and CEO... Read the rest

Faultline: WiFi Alliance voices “concerns” over growing LAA services
Feb 12, 2015 – Ericsson put out a release this week, talking once more about its License Assisted Access technology which it said it demonstrated at CES – and boasted that it achieved a... Read the rest

Faultline: “Survey shows linear TV’s hold is slipping as viewing habits shift
Feb 12, 2015 – A constant trickle of survey results and reports is painting a clear, if unsurprising, picture of the slow demise of traditional linear viewing on televisions. Mobiles, tablets and OTT net... Read the rest

Faultline: Charter Q4 results show footprint growth but not profit
Feb 12, 2015 –  Having completed its digital transition and the rollout of the Charter Spectrum triple play product suite on schedule, with its 200 HD channels and 60Mbps internet connection, Charter CEO Tom... Read the rest



Tablets & Notebooks HP Next: HP Unveils World’s Thinnest and Lightest Business-Class Notebooks
Dec 2, 2014 – HP Discover 2014 is taking place this week in Barcelona, Spain, where thousands of IT executives, managers, architects, engineers, and experts from around the world will gather to connect, explore... Read the rest

HP Newsroom: HP Introduces Thin Client Solutions Delivering Increased Performance and Flexibility for Cloud Environments
Jun 5, 2014 –  PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP today expanded its leading portfolio of thin client solutions with the HP t310 All-in-One Zero Client and HP t520 Flexible Series Thin Client, designed to help businesses securely... Read the rest

HP Newsroom: HP Enhances Mobile Offerings with Business-focused Detachable PC
Jun 4, 2014 –  PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP today announced several new PCs in industry-leading form factors, including a detachable two-in-one notebook PC for business users, and a new series of HP Elite... Read the rest

HP Raises the Bar on Mainstream Mobility with Secure New Business Ultrabook Designs
Oct 1, 2013 – PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP today unveiled a portfolio of elegantly styled business notebooks that redefine mainstream mobile computing, including secure, reliable Ultrabooks(1) designed to fit the needs of any... Read the rest



Safety & Security Gartner Says Reports of Mobile Device Cybersecurity Threats in Sochi Olympics Are Not Unique; It Could Happen to You at Your Local Coffee Shop
Feb 7, 2014 – With the Olympic ceremonies kicking off tonight, there have been various reports highlighting the cybersecurity risks from people using their mobile devices and computers in Sochi. Gartner analysts said it’s... Read the rest

HP Next: HP’s Zero Day Initiative Exposes Mobile Vulnerabilities at 2013 Mobile Pwn2Own Contest
Nov 25, 2013 – Earlier this month, I was on the ground in Tokyo for the second annual Mobile Pwn2Own contest. Co-sponsored by BlackBerry and Google’s Android and Chrome Security teams, Mobile Pwn2Own focuses... Read the rest

HP Research Reveals 9 out of 10 Mobile Applications Vulnerable to Attack
Nov 18, 2013 – NEW YORK — HP has released results from a research study revealing that mobile applications represent a real security threat, with vulnerabilities affecting nine out of 10 mobile applications published... Read the rest

HP Helps Organizations Meet Government Compliance Requirements
Sep 9, 2013 – HP Data Privacy Services protect confidential information, secure sensitive data and optimize IT management. PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP has announced HP Data Privacy Services, a comprehensive suite of IT... Read the rest



Remembering 9/11 Wireless communications: the phoenix of technology from the ashes of Wall Street?
Oct 1, 2001 – The terrorist attack in New York has weakened an already fragile economy and cast doubts on when, if ever, the technology sector will recover. The impact on a nation's psyche... Read the rest

Finding a sense of greater purpose
Oct 1, 2001 – September 11th was the day when a few of us at Oberthur in Los Angeles where heading down to San Diego to meet up with our partner Microcell i5 from... Read the rest

What has emerged from the chaos?
Oct 1, 2001 – In the wake of the terrible events that took place on Sept. 11, 2001, In-Stat/MDR has issued "What has Emerged from the Chaos? The Current State of the Technology Industry."... Read the rest

These are the times that try men's souls
Oct 1, 2001 – "These are the times that try men's souls," --Thomas Paine, The Crisis, December 19, 1776 These are the times that try everyone's souls. The terrorist attacks in New York, Washington,... Read the rest



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Introducing EnterpriseInnovator.com!
Jan 1, 2002 – Hello! Thank you for visiting our newest web publication at TechnologyInnovator.com: it's called EnterpriseInnovator.com. It's all about innovation in the enterprise, and covers IT companies that help the enterprise mobilize,... Read the rest

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Jul 1, 2001 – Welcome to TechnologyInnovator.com! Thanks for your interest in writing for our growing series of IT-related webzines. For Journalists & Freelancers >> If you are an IT journalist or freelancer, we... Read the rest

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Jul 1, 2001 – TechnologyInnovator.com - our web journal that chronicles "the innovation of the next big thing" across several industry sectors - provides readers with a front row seat to the exciting world of... Read the rest


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• 2/12 Faultline: Charter Q4 results show footprint growth but not profit
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• 1/29 Wireless Watch: Apple posts record numbers, but it all hinges on the iPhone
• 1/29 Wireless Watch: As Samsung’s low end dash crushes profits, Huawei turns premium
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• 1/29 Faultline: UK communications numbers mostly heading in the right direction
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• 1/29 Faultline: Apple posts record numbers, success hinges entirely on iPhones
• 1/29 Faultline: Sky throws in its quad play hand with Telefonica
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• 1/15 Faultline: DTT on the brink of something in Europe, but what exactly
• 1/8 Wireless Watch: WiFi Aware certification to start in mid-2015
• 1/8 Wireless Watch: Sigfox expands its narrowband network into set-top boxes
• 1/8 Wireless Watch: CES: BlackBerry unveils first fruits of Project IoN
• 1/8 Wireless Watch: Survival of the fittest will be 2015’s challenge for wireless IoT standards
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• 1/8 Faultline: UK’s TalkTalk takes Tesco online, as it gets back to its roots
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• 12/18 Ovum: Industry-led solution to poor mobile coverage triumphs over government’s ill-thought-out proposal
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• 12/18 Faultline: Google Verizon accord offers immunization against patent attack
• 12/18 Faultline: FCC flexes rural subsidy muscles with 10Mbps broadband threshold
• 12/18 Wireless Watch: Baidu alliance is a breakthrough moment for Nokia Here
• 12/18 Wireless Watch: Avi Networks brings hyperscale to smaller mobile cloud players
• 12/18 Wireless Watch: Microsoft to preview mobile Windows 10, for a multi-OS world

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