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MOBILITY ARCHIVES

BlackBerry Gets Jarvis to Secure the Connected Autonomous Car

19 Jan, 2018

We are reaching a critical stage for autonomous cars. They are going into broad trials and will soon start appearing in production. BlackBerry Jarvis addresses security problems.

Lithium Ion Risk: HP’s Battery Recall

05 Jan, 2018

HP notified that it was proactively recalling defective batteries. This is one of the few times a PC manufacturer has acted before the media picked up the problem. Kudos to HP for aggressively getting ahead of this.

Happy Holidays from the 3GPP: The First 5G Standard Arrives

22 Dec, 2017

The development of standards is difficult even under the best of conditions. In the world of 5G, the going is even harder because it involves a good deal of new science.

Network Needs Catching Up to What WiGig Offers

21 Dec, 2017

WiGig carries a tremendous amount of data over short distances at very low latency.

Mobile First Indexing Moves Forward at Google

20 Dec, 2017

The transition to mobile-first indexing is very important. Its importance, however, is somewhat obscured by the fact that it is highly technical and occurs on a gradual basis.

Municipalities, Wireless Companies Prepare to Face Off over Small Cell Placement

07 Dec, 2017

It remains to be seen if cooperation or competition prevail in small cell placement.

Mobile Networks Stressed by Unlimited Plans

06 Dec, 2017

Mobile plans are a great thing for subscribers and carriers. To the extent that they are successful, network operators must ensure that enough capacity is available to keep the data flowing.

Qualcomm and the Birth of the Always Connected PC

06 Dec, 2017

Qualcomm is attempting to change the dynamic, making this about connectivity, not about the CPU performance, which has generally defined this segment since its inception.

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.

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