MOBILITY ARCHIVES

Ruckus Unveils Next Generation Edge Switch

14 Nov, 2017

IT organizations will be challenged to keep pace with advancements in mobile computing because they do not always appreciate the impact of the latest generation of mobile devices on their networks.

Samsung Increases IT Appeal of Smartphone

10 Nov, 2017

As end users increasingly become less awed by smartphones, many of them will be just as happy to defer the choice of smartphone they use to an IT department.

5G Tests and Trials Continue, with a Long Way to Go

09 Nov, 2017

5G offers services in well understood lower frequencies as well as truly cutting edge mmWave bands. The testing will move forward and overlap the days when 5G will be generating revenues.

The Telecom Ecosystem Is Taking the KRACK Attack Seriously

01 Nov, 2017

There is good news in that KRACK, according to the experts, is not too difficult to fix.

AT&T Digs Deeper into Microservices, AI

31 Oct, 2017

AT&T says it will enable businesses to upgrade their functionality far more quickly and in a more targeted manner than in the past.

Lenovo, Intel and the FIDO Alliance Finally Move to Kill Off the Password

26 Oct, 2017

Thanks to Lenovo, Intel and FIDO, passwords finally may be on their way to becoming well and truly dead.

New Tech Proves Helpful in Emergencies

26 Oct, 2017

The wildfires in California provide real evidence that new tools are helpful in efforts to save lives and limit property damage.

The New Digital Divide

25 Oct, 2017

The sense is that the entire digital divide debate is becoming more nuanced. It is likely that a greater percentage of the population has access to broadband tools than a decade ago.

Wi-Fi Vulnerability Dire Because It Is in the WPA2 Security Standard

23 Oct, 2017

A serious weakness has been discovered that endangers Wi-Fi users. The problem is made worse by the fact that the problem is in the WPA2 standard, not a specific device or network.

Who Will Control 5G Antennas: Municipalities or States?

19 Oct, 2017

The highest profile challenges to 5G are technical. However, inserting a layer of antenna between end-user devices and the macro cell towers across the country is a huge task.

Full 5G Not Just Around the Corner

17 Oct, 2017

It is still too early to say with any certainty how 5G will roll out, but news items and commentary during the past few weeks reinforce the idea that the rush toward 5G is accelerating.

Wi-Fi Bug Adds Risks to IoT and Smartphones

16 Oct, 2017

Security for the Internet of Things (IoT) has suffered a major blow. So has the security for any device that uses Wi-Fi connections.

Ingram Micro Unfurls DaaS Offering on AWS for Samsung Smartphones

16 Oct, 2017

The Ingram service is aimed primarily at organizations that have a small number of business executives interested in using Samsung smartphones to access their applications.

AT&T, Verizon Lead Fiber Spending in the U.S. and Want People to Know It

06 Oct, 2017

It may not be surprising to learn that AT&T and Verizon are spending the most money on fiber in the United States. What is noteworthy may be that they are being public about it.

Mobile Augmented Reality Could Be Next Killer App

04 Oct, 2017

Mobile AR seems poised to be the killer app that the mobile sector has been seeking for years.

New iPhones Breaking and iOS 11 Problems: What Happened to Apple?

03 Oct, 2017

The number of quality problems for Apple, particularly this close to the end of the year, is nearly unprecedented.

Puerto Rican Cell Infrastructure Devastated by Hurricane Maria

29 Sep, 2017

The fracturing of the electric grid in Puerto Rico means that the cell towers more or less are all off line.

Zoom Leverages Machine Learning to Expand Online Meeting Experience

27 Sep, 2017

The meeting transcript capability from Zoom employs machine learning algorithms to convert the words spoken in a video conference into text.

First Responder Networks Must Interoperate

26 Sep, 2017

It is more or less impossible to be against creation of an effective and efficient emergency response network, so a lot of recent progress can all be put in the good news column.

Intel’s Loihi: In a Decade, Your Smartphone Will Gain Human-Like Intelligence

25 Sep, 2017

Assuming normal development cycles, by this time next decade, we’ll likely be up to our armpits in machines that are arguably smarter than we are.

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