Monthly Archives: June 2012
More businesses are supporting the bring-your-own-device mentality when it comes to employee-owned smartphones, thus improving their overall wireless operations.
Smartphones have ultimately changed the wireless landscape for good, and more consumers are using these devices to conduct everyday tasks like shopping.
American consumers continue to adopt new mobile devices at a rapid pace, meaning more profits for manufacturers and wireless carriers supporting these customers during their wireless billing periods.
The Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA) recently announced new measures to help consumers avoid so-called bill shock during their wireless billing periods.
The rapid growth of smartphones and other mobile devices has had a dramatic impact far beyond the wireless landscape.
Consumers are adopting smartphones and other mobile devices at a rapid rate, but they are also happy that technology is integrated into their wireless billing periods.
Wireless carriers Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile U.S.A. recently announced a deal in which the Nos. 1 and 4 companies in the industry will trade wireless spectrum rights.
Wireless services provider Cricket Communications recently announced a new Lifeline program option for families in Nevada.
The global smartphone market has significantly impacted the wireless industry, and the world’s fourth-largest mobile manufacturer, LG, is moving away from tablets to focus its efforts on the smaller of the two devices, company spokesperson Ken Hong told the Bloomberg.
Cloud computing and mobility, specifically smartphones, are not only reshaping the IT industry, but are also changing the way organizations utilize their wireless operations.