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Ho Hum, iOS7 is Here

The problem with Software as a Cult is when the cult leader passes, the clothes of the emperor don't fit the other team members well.It's not that Steve was everything to the company.  It was that he had a loyal...

The New Times are Better: WebRTC vs. VoI

If you have been with me in at past events, you know that things have a tendency to go in cycles  And go knows I have seen a lot of cycles.  I can remember listening to the father of analog...

Streaming (& Archiving) 4GWE.

The last three years have been pretty amazing.  Thanks to Apple's iPhone we finally got to see what its like to have "full" access to the Internet.  The iPhone shifted everyone's strategies, and where LTE looked like it would...

There is Something about a Tablet

Rich Tehrani was sitting with his wife and kids and his IPad at the lunch table.The discussion turned to why the IPad was acceptable at the lunch table while a laptop would not be.Here at Mobilize I am hearing the...

Clearwire Saved by LTE? Its not the Technology its the Spectrum.

Don't let the Technocrats confuse the issue,. The story is still about Internet Access and in the wireless world this means SPECTRUM.

Web envy Google vs. Vodafone

At Mobile World Congress Vittiorio Colao the CEO of Vodafone made mention of the fact that regardless of what smart phone your were using over 80% of the time was using Google. This pointed to the latest love hate the...

Its a MSlate vs iTablet

Microsoft made a lot of statements, but when it came to the term tablet, the lexicon changed.  They want to call it a Slate. , ...

Google vs. Apple

Google and Apple are vying for your attention today. If you are a carrier, your bed fellows are not staying the night! Google with the Nexus One announcement that is all about the Android operating system and not a carrier....

May I have your Attention, Please about Smartphones

The smartphone marketplace is heating up and its not just because Apple has the iTablet on the way.  The carriers are working hard to find the right device to catch the growing market, but I am not sure that anyone...

China and the iPhone

It may be that ATT is good as it gets with the iPhone.I have already commented on the fact that Telefonica is not having the same dramatic impact with the iPhone as ATT (Verizon [ NYSE: VZ] announced a 30%...

My Instincts about the Korean market opening up for iPhone

It will be interesting to see what happens next, now that the Korean Communications Commission has okayed the importing of iPhones and Blackberries.  Korean has a very saturated market, so I would not expect a fast migration.  However I would...

Apple you Win, I Bought the iTouch!

As my regular readers know, I am Apple user but not and Apple fan.As so many of my friends around me are using the iPhone and telling me how cool it is, while never making a call with it.  I...

Testing a Big Question for 'Open' 4G Devices

There was a little cold-water type reality splashed on the audience at the morning panels here Thursday at the 4GWE conference, specifically around the notion of 4G network and device testing -- a relatively non-sexy topic that may nevertheless slow down...

No Degrees of Separation: SMS vs. Mobile IM

Some good friends and I keep a dialogue going about the industry.  We don't make public our views, so as to protect the people from being exposed with their views versus their consulting / job opportunities.A thread that I thought...

Bright Shiny Object - Death Star Apple Part 2

Of course, I would like to talk about Apple's FCC letter regarding GoogleVoice, but Steve Jobs is in the news with the iTablet.  So the distraction has worked. The iTablet is probably not a netbook strategy, but a MAC that supporting...

Death Star Apple

Lately, I am feeling right at home.  Regulatory is rearing its head and as some one no longer trying to navigate it, I can just sit back and watch the events.Nothing is more fun to look at then the tenor...

The War is Still a Skirmish amongst Giants:

Andy Abramson sent me a note about the Truphone announcement regarding an iPhone bug.  It is not that Apple targeted Truphone its just a bug.  Here is the post,Apple iPhone Bug Isn't Truphone's Problem I'm posting is a Public Service...

I can't be the only one suffering! Address Book MisManagement

As a bell head the concept of state was indoctrinated into me.  I am not sure if this was through Osmosis, the continue using of the Bell System Practice as a head rest, or the "My Network" mentality.Today the peers...

ATT vs. Telefonica The Long Tail Effect of Apple's App Store

where the wireless Internet has been available the longest, there is where iPhone sales are least.

Who is driving the Next Bus Verizon Wireless or Apple?

Last week while Verizon Wireless was trying to draw the attention of the developer community, the press was all a buzz about their relationship with Apple.The problem is two fold.  The first is that ATT is the only one allowed...

The Apple Google war may make ATT the Victim.

While the California Titans get into a contest of wills, ATT's congressional nemesis is looking to add to the battle.I have to say it's pretty amazing to me what Congress focuses on, but the letters from the FCC inquiring about...

A Kinder Way to Interpret the Sprint's Numbers

The Wall Street Journal was pretty hard on Sprint as was the Kahuna on CNBC.  However the reality is the losses to the iPhone are proportionately less than Verizon has suffered.  It may be for a few reasons.  First of...

Ericsson Powers US Up During the Low Down

The Wall Street Journal has it right in pointing out that Ericsson has positioned itself well in the US Market.  The acquistion of the Nortel assets, its selection by Verizon as an LTE supplier and its deal with managing Sprint's...

Apple vs. Palm Part 2.0

It's official Apple has proven themselves to be just one more brick in the walled garden.Apple provided their equivalent of the Carterphone decision was needed when they blocked the PalmPre from using Itunes.  In other words, it was okay to...

The 4GWE Newsletter will come out today: Me vs. GigaOM?

I hope you are a subscriber...Turns out I have taken a contrarian view from our friend's at Gigaom.  The second paragraph in particular is mind boggling to me.The App Store is just the latest game changer to come out of...
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