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Carl Ford of 4G Wireless Evolution interviews Greg Wolff of Pure Energy on its Wild Charge during CTIA Wireless 2010 Conference in Las Vegas. Greg shows a charging pad where one drops a cell phone and other devices on the pad and start charging up right away. Don’t even remove the iPhone case beforehand. Plus, Pure [...]
MetroPCS bringing LTE to Las Vegas this year, Samsung doing infrastructure and first LTE handset: the SCH-r900Mar 25th, 2010 | By omar shaikh | Category: Gadgets / Gizmos
Look out folks, we’re about to go LTE, and it’s not from where you were expecting: MetroPCS is building out an LTE network in “various metropolitan markets,” with Las Vegas due to go online first in the second half of 2010. Samsung will be doing the infrastructure work, and is running the presser here at CTIA, [...]
The 4G revolution in wireless won’t just make Web surfing on your mobile phone faster; it could help you say good-bye to traditional cable and DSL broadband. Clearwire’s 4G WiMax service, currently the only 4G wireless service on the market, offers average download speeds between 3Mbps and 6Mbps, which are comparable with many DSL and [...]
VoIP over data connections (3G, Edge) are now authorized on the Apple AppStore finally! Check for example, VoIPSWITCH’s Vippie
are China Unicom, China Telecom, and China Mobile who use Gypsii to drive their data services because Gypsii is an extremely sticky application. Watch a video of Gypsii booth, one of the most popular exhibits just at the entrance of the APP Planet, to find what Gypsii is about, more on its clients, what “sticky” means and how applications such as Gypsii benefit mobile operators. The next location for interacting with mobile applications developers and other mobile and wireless-related innovations and business development is at CTIA Wireless International Mar. 23-25, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Techistan Team was browsing the last few exhibits it had missed on the last day of GSMA Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona. One booth (KeyPoint Technologies) had a wall covered with yellow, pink, and green stickey notes, each with GSMA participants thoughts on … what is wrong with traditional predictive text? What can Predictive Text 2.0 do better? Like social media offline, what a practical way to encourage interaction at their crowded exhibit.
Watch and listen to Niall Thompson and Paul Black explain this activity,