Monthly Archives: May 2012
Smartphones have changed the wireless industry in many ways, including how consumers access content like email, music and the web on the go.
The Universal Service Administrative Company recently announced that beginning on June 1, all eligible telecommunications carriers, or ETCs, will be required to confirm their eligibility for the lifeline program.
The wireless industry is currently dominated by the Android operating system and Apple’s iOS, but Microsoft is hoping its Windows Phone OS manages to capture more consumers looking for a different experience during their wireless billing periods.
The introduction of smartphones to the wireless industry has had a profound impact on the global landscape.
The smartphone craze may have begun with the introduction of the first iPhone in 2007, but the Android operating system remains the world’s most popular mobile platform.
Tablet computers, much like smartphones, have significantly impacted the wireless industry as vendors look to expand their consumer base.
Wireless carriers have witnessed a significant shift in consumer habits worldwide as more people than ever are adopting smartphones rather than traditional cell phones.
Wireless carrier Sprint recently announced that Sierra Wireless will launch the first mobile device to combine 4G LTE and WiMAX connectivity with its 4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot beginning on May 18.
Wireless provider Sprint hopes to bring high-end smartphones into the hands of avid consumers by releasing the HTC Evo V 4G on Virgin Mobile and the HTC Design 4G on Boost Mobile.
A mobility solutions vendor recently conducted a survey of more than 450 companies to gauge certain business habits regarding thousands of mobile users.