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Nuance Mobile Care Enhances User Experience

 I'm at CTIA in Las Vegas today, where I just had a meeting with Nuance senior product manager David Winarsky, who shared his insights into Nuance's latest offering Nuance Mobile Care. The solution gives end users the ability to self-solve simple...

Report: Consumers Willing to Pay for Citywide WiFi

An interesting report came across my desk; especially noteworthy in light of the economic conditions plaguing the landscape. According to the "Devicescape Wi-Fi Report" consumers say that they want citywide WiFi and they are willing to pay for it. The official announcement...

Goin' Mobile With Skype

Out in the woodsOr in the cityIt's all the same to meWhen I'm drivin' free, the world's my home...When I'm mobile...   Ok, I admit it. Sometimes I can't help myself. I reach for the most clichéd classic rock lyrics when...

DataViz to Develop Android Apps in 2009

DataViz is well known in the industry for its Office compatibility and productivity solutions that enable users to access their office documents on mobile platforms such as Palm OS, Symbian OS, BlackBerry, Java, Linux, Windows Mobile, Windows and Macintosh.  Their...

14 Join Open Handset Alliance, Android Gains Momentum

So yesterday, the Open Handset Alliance announced that 14 additional companies were joining the Android alliance, demonstrating "their support for Android as an open mobile platform and their commitment to its commercial success." The newest member companies are:·         AKM Semiconductor Inc.,·        ...

It's That Time of Year...

As the year comes to a close, it's time again to feature that publishing staple -- the year end interview. I'm fortunate enough to work in an industry where people not only have a lot of interesting things to say, they're...

Opera Mini 4.2 Released

Opera Software released latest version of its Opera Mini 4.2 browser for mobile phones. The company reports that speed trials have shown a 30% speed increase for users in the US, due to the addition of a new Opera Mini...

Nokia: Out of UC, In with Touch-Screen Phone

So, I received a note from Ovum Research with their take on the fact that Nokia is leaving the enterprise solution business, namely their IntelliSync unified communications play. According to Senior Analyst, Claudio Castelli of Ovum: Mobile unified communications involves high complexity...

iPhone Shortage Dissipating

It is true that in the wake of the recent iPhone 3G launch, Rich Tehrani had trouble finding one. But according to Top Muffin's iPhone 3G Availability Tracker -- which tracks which stores have inventory based on Apple's own information --...

Mobile Giving and the MLB: A Grand Slam!

Here's a great concept... Use technology to help raise money for sick kids. This Sunday, the Washington Nationals and MLB.com will debut the use of "mobile giving" to benefit the creation of a Diabetes Care Complex for Children's National Medical Center.  Here's...

Truphone Hits iPhone App Store

If you spend any time traveling internationally for business, you understand the challenge of maintaining a high level of connectivity while keeping costs down. Let's face it, international calling plans are expensive, and frankly the various roaming agreements can be confusing,...

iPhone App Store Goes Live; Get Salesforce To Go

Apple's iPhone App Store is now live. And Salesforce.com has announced that its Salesforce CRM applications and Force.com platform are available as Salesforce Mobile applications for iPhone from the App Store.  In order to get access to the App Store, you...

ATT Offers iPhone Sans Service Agreement

Has AT&T seen the light? Will it offer what is arguably the hottest gadget around -- the iPhone -- without a service agreement? Yes. For a nominal service charge. The two new iPhones (8MB and 16MB versions) go on sale...

WiFi Heads Out to Sea

You didn't think I would leave boaters out of today's rash of WiFi/transportation related news did you? The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) announced yesterday that WiFi service was available immediately on eleven MBTA commuter boats, providing customers free connection...

WiFi Takes to the Skies

American Airlines was set to begin testing in-flight WiFi Internet access on two flights today, with broader service expected to begin in the following couple weeks. American's technology partner, Aircell LLC, is expected to charge between $9.95 and $12.95 for...

WiFi Hits the Open Road

Today's LA Times has a story on Chrysler's latest bid to entice more customers to buy its vehicles. The automaker has announced it will offer wireless Internet as an option on all its 2009 models. So if you can't bear...

iPhone... iRobot.... iLike

From Gizmodo, via Engadget, to the VoIP Authority blog... This entry highlights the intersection of two of the more exciting areas in technology today (in my view) - mobility and robotics. Apparently a pair of University of South Florida students...

Nortel's LTE Patent Licensing Play

Last month a group of vendors agreed to commit to a licensing framework, whereby they would license their patents relating to the next-generation wireless technology LTE, or Long-Term Evolution, according to “fair and reasonable” terms.   Long-Term Evolution is a...

Industry Players Agree on LTE Licenses

LTE is that much closer to becoming a reality, as a number of industry players have agreed to commit to a licensing framework, whereby they would license their patents according to “fair and reasonable” terms.   The group is a...

3D World Drives Minute Plans, Mobile Purchases

I recently met with Gemini Mobile Technologies at CTIA. Gemini Mobile recently made headlines with the release of its HyperScale Software Development Kit, which is designed to enable system integrators and partners worldwide to harness the power of Gemini’s powerful...

Samsung's iPhone Challenger

Samsung Mobile announced the Samsung Instinct at CTIA last week. Hailed by many as the “iPhone killer” (or at least a worthy alternative) the device offers full touch screen functionality and promises to accelerate the user experience by enabling access...

Android Prototypes Abound in Barcelona

  Those folks at Gizmodo have all the fun.   Right now they’re in Barcelona going ga-ga over the working demos of a variety of Android prototypes.   They had this to say about ARM’s offering:   ARM had theirs...

'Moto Out Of Handset Biz' Gets Legs

Rich — who is technically on vacation this week — has caught wind of the fact that Motorola is exploring the possibility of spinning off its mobile handset business.   In a press release, Motorola announced:   …it is exploring...

Android Developer Deadline Extended

 Writing on the Android Developers Blog, Developer Advocate Quang Nguyen announced the extension of the submission deadline for the first Android Developers Challenge to April 14 2008.   The folks at Android have apparently taken feedback to heart and have...

Is Motorola Finished With Handsets?

Goodbye Moto? There are early reports that Motorola might be getting out of the handset business to concentrate on serving their enterprise and government customers. Speculation is based on a single analyst’s report to clients. Richard Windsor, an analyst with...
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