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Wireless Web WiMAX Directions: Mobile World Congress: WiMAX community looks to a 2G/4G future
Feb 22, 2010 – The recession gave WiMAX an unexpected profile boost last year, as operators got cautious about investing too quickly in unproven LTE and took renewed interest in an alternative OFDMA/IP standard... Read the rest

WiMAX Directions: WiMAX? ratings surge, but beware of WiMAX2 confusion
Feb 3, 2010 – However many times we see it happen, it seems the wireless industry cannot wrench itself away from the hype curve. Every new technology is overloaded with promises, and then it... Read the rest

WiMAX Directions: LTE can only dream as WiMAX starts to deliver the flat IP network
Jan 20, 2010 – There are many benefits to having an all-IP network, and the wireless carriers are finally to reap many of them, as they move to new generation platforms like WiMAX and... Read the rest

WiMAX Directions: CES: Why Apple really does need a WiMAX iSlate
Jan 6, 2010 – Traditionally, the hi-tech year kicks off with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) jamboree in Las Vegas in the first week of January. Until recently, this huge event has been merely... Read the rest

WiMAX Directions: WiMAX carriers in good shape for increased competition in 2010
Dec 15, 2009 – The WiMAX community is ending 2009 in a far better position than many had feared a year ago, and the recent WiMAX Forum Congress Americas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was... Read the rest

Over The River: WebInno24 Preview
Dec 7, 2009 – Well here we are – WebInno24 is just a few hours away and then that’s if for the year. There have been some pretty good WebInnos this year and I... Read the rest

Over The River: Not wowed by Waze . . . yet
Oct 26, 2009 – Conceptually, I am a big fan of Waze – a social application that provides free GPS/directional functionality based on user input and driving patterns/behavior. Lots of the time it works... Read the rest

Over The River: WebInno23 Preview
Sep 27, 2009 – It’s Sunday and I’ve only just registered for Tuesday’s WebInno 23. I was number 952. That’s absolutely crazy. Almost 1000 people. When I went to my first WebInno in July... Read the rest

Life Without Wires: The Future of UWB ? the shakeout begins
Nov 3, 2008 – This past Friday EE Times reported that WiQuest, a former competitor of Alereon, closed its doors. One question that will surely be asked is “What does this mean for the... Read the rest

Berg Insight: Berg Insight identifies NFC as key enabler of future mobile services
May 20, 2008 – According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, technologies such as NFC are enabling a completely new segment of mobile applications - proximity services or local... Read the rest

Life Without Wires: With Laptops, Thin Is In
May 13, 2008 – Recently both Apple and Lenovo introduced some very thin laptops; the MacBook Air and the Lenovo x300. The MacBook Air is a very elegant looking machine. Very sleek. To make... Read the rest

Berg Insight: Berg Insight says 186 million machines will be connected to mobile networks in 2012
May 6, 2008 – According to new a research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, the number of cellular network connections used for machine-to-machine communication will grow from 37.5 million connections in 2007... Read the rest

Rethink Research Reports: Taking the internet to the handset
May 1, 2008 – Within a few years, a fully broadband mobile internet will be taken for granted by users in many parts of the world, and operators are already gearing up to put... Read the rest

UIEvolution on Wireless Evolution: Wireless Network Innovation Enables an Evolving Mobile Experience
May 1, 2008 – This is part two of our profile of Chris Ruff, the CEO of UIEvolution. Prior to joining UIEvolution, Ruff was co-founder and CEO of Aptelix Inc., a software startup specializing in... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: NEC and NextWave join European giants to create LTE licensing framework
Apr 15, 2008 – The success of any technology platform in the 4G world was always going to be decided partly by its IPR policies, given the heavy burden that patent royalties have placed... Read the rest

Berg Insight: More than 100 million users of mobile LBS in Europe by 2012
Apr 8, 2008 – According to a new report from the telecom research firm Berg Insight, more than 100 million mobile subscribers in Europe will use location-based services by 2012. Mapping, navigation and search... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: 3G outlook unsure as Qualcomm and TI enjoy contrasting prospects
Mar 18, 2008 – Here is a sad story of two handset chip companies – one beset by legal battles and the hostility of much of the industry, and currently excluded from the business... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Qualcomm poses as carrier?s friend in mobile web, adding targeted content
Mar 18, 2008 – In the evolving mobile internet, one issue is critical to all parties – whether the operators or the internet services companies will be the dominant channel in delivering applications to... Read the rest

eMarketer: Mobile Broadband Modem Use Is Growing
Mar 7, 2008 – The number of computers accessing the Internet through mobile broadband rose 154% in 2007, according to comScore. The actual number of users is minuscule though. In 2007 only 2,168 computers... Read the rest

Life Without Wires: Bluetooth on overdrive; UWB at a penny per megabit per second!
Mar 6, 2008 – Recently much has been written about the BT SIG’s decision to add WiFi (announced at the GSMA conference opening a few weeks ago in Barcelona) as a means of speeding... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Simply Everything shows Sprint still has vision, but dismal Q4 drains confidence
Mar 4, 2008 – Sprint Nextel has been a story of strong vision and terrible execution since its merger, and amid the announcement of dismal fourth quarter results, the operator was still demonstrating sparks... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Nokia and Microsoft get closer with Silverlight deal to challenge Adobe
Mar 4, 2008 – Nothing highlights how the mobile axes of power are shifting as clearly as Nokia’s deal this week to use the Silverlight platform, from its former software arch-foe Microsoft, for its... Read the rest

eMarketer: Mobile Social Network Growth Ahead: Does audience growth foretell a global mass market?
Feb 27, 2008 – The number of consumers worldwide using their mobile phones to access social networks will more than triple from 2010 to 2012, according to Pyramid Research's "Social Networking Goes Mobile" report.... Read the rest

eMarketer: Mobile Search Is Finding Its Way: Everyone knows that online search is huge. Could mobile search match it, maybe even surpass it?
Feb 14, 2008 – Everyone has been talking about mobile search for years. But now talk is being replaced by action. The number and variety of searches on mobile phones jumped during the second... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: MWC: Ericsson and Qualcomm prolong HSPA?s life expectancy alongside LTE
Feb 12, 2008 – There is so much focus on the emerging 4G-style technologies, WiMAX and LTE, that it is easy to forget that most advanced carriers are more concerned, in 2008-9, with deploying... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: MWC: Linux takes helm of mobile web, but too immature to bear the burden
Feb 12, 2008 – Mobile Linux – or rather, a top-to-bottom platform with the open source OS at its base – has become the number one weapon in the fight to take the leading... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Nokia plays a strong Linux hand against Google with purchase of Trolltech
Jan 29, 2008 – Nokia may be strengthening its ties with major internet brands to boost its Ovi web services portal (see separate item), but for a company of this scale, there must also... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: Nokia-Facebook, Google-DoCoMo, Sun-MySQL: mobile web alliances abound
Jan 29, 2008 – The race to set the mobile internet agenda centers on two approaches – one driven by wireless specialists like Nokia, which argue that specific mobile expertise is necessary to deliver... Read the rest

Life Without Wires: Sometimes Roses Have Thorns ? What to Expect Next from Wireless USB
Nov 19, 2007 – As a general rule, it is rare that I have time during the course of a normal business day to write an entry for my blog. Nearly all of my... Read the rest

Life Without Wires: A Rose by any other name... Whatever... Or my frustration with Wireless Product Reviews
Oct 29, 2007 – Some of the early reviews for the first Certified Wireless USB PC Accessory products are now coming to press. Many of them are not particularly flattering. Some of the comments... Read the rest

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