Mae : Wireless Mobility Blog
Mae
| News and views on everything wireless and mobile, from WiFi and WiMAX to 3G and fixed-mobile convergence (FMC).
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Google Patent Imagines a Freer World for Making Mobile Calls
Review: Tritton's AXVisor Bluetooth Speakerphone
Avanquest's Connection Manager Simplifies Secure Wireless Internet for Laptop Users
iSuppli Estimate: iPhone 3G Costs About $173 to Manufacture
EarthLink Pulls Out of Muni WiFi in New Orleans, Philly; What's Next?
Use GPS 'Trackstick' to Record Your Travels, Create Free Google Earth Maps
CTIA Wireless 2008 News Roundup
Eye-Fi with My Little Eye... Wireless Photo Uploads
Research Confirms That Even Use of Hands-free Phones Distracts Drivers
Infonetics Report Highlights 2007 WiMAX Growth
Tiny Pictures Pulls in $7.2 Million Financing for Radar Photo/Video Sharing Service
Radar Networks Pulls in $13 Million Venture Capital During Round B of Financing Series
Architecture Redundancy Would Help RIM Avoid Future BlackBerry Outages
Rumor Mill: AT&T to Launch Centro Smartphone on Feb. 19
A Closer Look at Apple's MacBook Air Laptop
FCC 700MHz Auction Update
How Many iPhones Has Apple Really Sold?
MacBook Air: Heart or Head?
700MHz Spectrum Auction Update: D Block Floundering
700MHz Auction: Will Google Rescue Open Access?
InfoWorld: 700MHz Auction Could End 'Disastrously'
In-Sta: Revenue Growth for Mobile Business Apps to Slow Somewhat in 2008
Macworld Keynote Recap So Far
Texting for Takeout Food: Let Your Fingers Do the Ordering
Radar from Tiny Pictures Enables Free Photo and Video Sharing
Texting the Screen During New Year’s Eve in Times Square
Apple Tablet: A Good Idea or a Bad One?
Apple Rumors: Fox Movie Deal, 3G iPhone, Asia iPhone Deals
Nicholas Ciarelli Bows to Apple, Agrees to Shut down 'Think Secret' Web Site
ABI Predicts RIM Will Finish Second Behind Nokia for 2007 Smartphone Sales
FCC Releases Full List of 700 MHz Spectrum Auction Applicants
Strategy Analytics: 2008 Will Be a Significant Year for Fixed-mobile Convergence
Good and Bad Legal News for Apple and iPhone This Week
Verizon: Maybe Android Isn't So Bad After All
Aruba Networks Welcomes 100th PartnerEdge Program Participant
Disney Plans Spring, 2008 Launch of Mobile Phone Service in Japan
Rumor Mill: Google 'Gphone' Software Release a Fortnight Away
Report: 85 Percent of Next Billion Mobile Subscriptions Will Come from Emerging Markets
Woman Sues Apple for $1 Million Over iPhone Price Cut
Rumor Mill: Apple Developing Newton II
Intel’s WiMAX Ambitions: Fantastic or Foolhardy? You Be the Judge
Appeasing Early iPhone Adopters with $100 Refund
Palm Foleo RIP
Apple Reinvents iPod Lineup, Again
How Will EarthLinks’ Restructuring Affect Muni WiFi Projects?
Wireless and Mobile Technology at ITEXPO West 2007
WiFi Network Helped Minneapolis Deal with Bridge Collapse
Firetide Brings Wireless Network to the Carnival
Happy Birthday to Synchronoss, the iPhone Activator
Rumor Mill: iPhone Nano, Coming Soon?
RingCentral Takes Fax Online, Makes it Mobile
iPhone, Firsthand
Transfer Video to iPhone with Innovative Solutions Software
Attempting to Track Down iPhone Sales Numbers
Want an iPhone? Get in Line
CallWave Visual Voicemail Follow-up
Review: CallWave Visual Voicemail
Apple iPhone: Coming June 29
Mobispine Reduces Cost of Mobile Surfing with Intelligent Agent App
ABI: Mobile Phone Accessories More Profitable Than the Phone Itself
Motorola on 802.11n: 'We're Waiting Until It's Ratified'
VIYYA Takes Emergency Alerts Beyond Wireless
Maine Considers Banning Use of All Hand-held Gadgets for Young Drivers
AdMob and mywaves Team up on Mobile Video Ads
Broadband Wireless in India
VirginiaTech Update: Technology Didn’t Speed up Warnings
VirginiaTech Shooting: Student Uses Cell Phone to Bring Us There
ViVOtech and Gemalto: Kings of the Contactless Technology Hill
Phone Sherpa Helps Artists Sell Their Work as Mobile Content
RSI ID Tech Intros New RFID-enabled Retail Display Cases
CTIA Wireless News Starts Now
Chinese Government Embraces RFID
How to Quit Your Cell Phone Contract--Without Termination Fee
Sony's Cybershot G1 Camera: 6 Megapixels with WiFi
Arthur D. Little: Telcos Failing to Capitalize on Mobile Web 2.0
New from Mayo Clinic: Health Info on Cell Phones
Meraki Networks Aims to Bring WiFi to the Masses, Starting in San Francisco
ABI: Wireless Connectivity Technologies Converging in Computer Chips
Art Thieves, Beware of Cellphones
Ovum: Fixed-Mobile Convergence is More Than Just Dual-Mode
To Cell or Not to Cell--That is the Question
Banks Beware: Competition Looms From... Mobile Service Providers?
Spotigo Claims to Run World's Largest WiFi Hotspot Directory
Worldlabel's Infinity Machine Addresses Need for Specialty RFID Label Printing
Apple iPhone Competitors LG and Samsung Jump on the Touchscreen Bandwagon
Superbowl Commercials Comment on Mobile Technology
RuBee Fills in Where RFID Fails
Motorola Teams up With TI to Develop Mobile WiMAX Handsets
Portable Navigation Device Vendor Seeks Differentiation
ABI: Apple iPhone is not a 'Smartphone'
Will iPhone be an iPod Killer?
Exclaim Launches Pictavision 6.0 Mobile Photo Sharing App
Exlaim Launches Pictavision 6.0 Mobile Photo Sharing App
Wireless Energy Efficiency Pop Quiz
Cisco Sues Apple Over iPhone Trademark
Phones That Were Popular Before iPhone
Apple and Steve Jobs: Masters of Product Design and Theater
Yes, Virginia, There is an Apple iPhone
RFID Robots Invade Library
A Few Final Words About iPhone and other Potential Apple Macworld Announcements
ABI: Tiny MEMS Technology Will Become Big for Mobile Phones in 2008
Parks Associates: Adoption of Standards Will Drive Growth in Wireless, Multimedia Networking
Sage/CMB Report: Here's Why FMC is Not Yet Mainstream in Corporate America
ABI: Growth Ahead for In-building Wireless Systems
ABI: 32 Million Mainland Chinese Users of Mobile Video in 2008
Samsung Intros V960 'Optical Joystick' Phone in Korea
ASUS Launches 'World's First Wireless Music Skype Phone' in India
Alltel Launches GPS Service
UMTS/HSDPA Wireless Laptop from HP and Cingular
Rumors: iPhone Won't be Launched at Macworld in January
Tracking Everything that Moves: Telespial's Trackstick Pro
Samsung Invests $320 Million in WiMAX R&D
Motorola Canada Intros Portable Cell Phone Charger
SK Telecom Plans $125.8 Million Korean WiBro Investment
ABI Predicts Wibree Growth, If...
Will Wibree Unseat the Bluetooth King?
In-Stat: WiMAX Set for Growth, But Still Faces Challenges
In-Stat: WiMAX Set for Growth, But Still Faces Challenges
Fix a PDA Yourself
More Than Half of Americans Still Using Dial-Up Internet Connections
In-Flight Phone Service Coming to Emirates Airline Next Year?
Nielsen Study: iPod Video Less Popular Than Expected
Apple iPhone Rumors Return With a Vengeance
Coming in 2007: Wireless Internet in Seoul's Subways
Firetide Selected to Help Build Singapore’s WiFi Network
Boost Mobile and loopt Launch Mobile Location-Based Service
The Skeptic Questions Interactive Mobile TV and Cell Phones as Mini Computers
Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs): Hazardous To Your Health
WiFi for Cheaper, Better, Easier International Calls?
Driving While Talking on a Cell Phone: A Contentious Issue
Samsung Promotes Mobile WiMAX with SPH-P9000 MIT Device
Yes to WiFi in Singapore, No to WiMAX in Germany
WiMAX Network in Chennai, India
Kelton Research: Home WiFi More Important Than Starbucks Coffee
Symbol Technologies Bridges Various Radio Frequencies with RFS700 Switch
Cell Phone Waiting Lanes at Airports
Touchscreen Controls for Next Gen of iPods?
Local Weather Forecast for Dummies
T-Mobile Launches Dual-Mode Service in Seattle
TNS Study: 3G Adoption Slowed by Cost, Lack of Understanding
Happy Fifth Birthday, iPod! (And Many More?)
RFID vs. WiFi for Hospital Inventory Tracking Systems
Femtocells: New Kid on the Block for Dual-Mode Services
Motorola Sued Over Hearing Loss Allegedly Caused by Bluetooth Headsets
D-Link Joins the 802.11n Crowd
Prudential Analyst: Apple to Intro iPhone in Early 2007
In-Stat: 3G Users More Interested in Directions than Video
Analyst: FMC Won’t Catch on Until Carriers Upgrade Networks
ABI Predictions for GPS in Cell Phones
T-Mobile to Launch Dual-Mode Handsets and Service
Samsung Survey Shows Cell Phone Etiquette Varies by Age, Region
Cell Phones Worth Killing for in Africa
D-Link Intros V-Click Dual-Mode Handset
Nokia’s Wibree: The Next Bluetooth?
A Few New Cell Phone Services
Zune Battles iPod This Holiday Season
Laser Application for Inputting Data into Mobile Devices
Next Up for Fixed-Mobile Convergence: Femtocells
What’s New and Cool in Wireless
What’s in a Name? Geek vs. Consumer
Thermometer-in-a-Pill for Football Players
Waiting for an Apple iPhone
More on RFID and Spinach
RFID Useful for Tracking Spinach?
Mobile Manners in the Cell Phone Age
Bringing WiMAX to the Amazon
Not Crazy, Just Technologically Savvy
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