Bloomberg: AT&T and Time Warner Talking Deal

21 Oct, 2016

AT&T making deals, Verizon and T-Mobile facing trouble.

2017 and Beyond: How Digital Innovation Will Impact the World

19 Oct, 2016

Digital innovation is by far the biggest influencer, changing the way we do just about everything, from shopping to communication to running a business.

G.fast Set to Explode, While XG.FAST Waits in the Wings

18 Oct, 2016

XG.FAST and its predecessor technology, G.fast, are seeing lots of vendor activity.

802.11ax Entering the Market

17 Oct, 2016

Corporate planners will hear more about 802.11ax, which is likely to be a very valuable addition to the 802.11 family.

Verizon May Seek Changes or Exit Yahoo Deal

14 Oct, 2016

News this week included the Yahoo deal, Google as a frenemy to telecom carriers, 3D printers and Galaxy Note 7 fireproof returns.

Telecom and Fleet Management Enjoy a Close Relationship

12 Oct, 2016

Fleet management platforms allow companies to hit tighter appointment windows, for example, which is particularly important to the cable industry’s efforts to improve its public image.

The Sky Is the Limit for Airborne LTE

11 Oct, 2016

Verizon, AT&T, Qualcomm and others are researching the service possibilities with airborne LTE and drones.

Smart Cities Will Definitely Happen, Probably

10 Oct, 2016

Smart cities can just as easily be called programmed cities. But some telecommunications firms are pushing back on the concept.

Samsung Buys AI Company from Siri Developers

07 Oct, 2016

News this week included a Samsung artificial intelligence acquisition, millennials and smartphones, device sales, IoT security threats, and Galaxy Note 7 questions.

5G Frequency Questions

06 Oct, 2016

Those watching the evolution of the technology must be careful that advances that don’t mention mmWave really are 5G.

Apple’s Latest Push into the Enterprise

03 Oct, 2016

Apple is on a renewed push to become more relevant in the enterprise and the company under Tim Cook has finally realized that it can’t go it alone.

U.S. Voting Infrastructure Under Attack

30 Sep, 2016

News this week included threats to the U.S. voting system, BlackBerry's exit from the hardware market, a data throttling case and artificial intelligence projects.

Big News on the Operating System Front Coming from Google

27 Sep, 2016

According to reports, Google is planning to release a laptop in the third quarter that will be driven by an OS that combines Android and Chrome.

Small Cells Seek Acceptance

26 Sep, 2016

Municipalities can demand different things of those wanting to deploy small cells.

Nashville Passes ‘One Touch Make Ready’ Ordinance

23 Sep, 2016

An ordinance helps Google Fiber, Cisco makes a deal with Salesforce and the OpenDaylight Project has introduced Boron.

A Big Week in the LTE on Unlicensed Spectrum Battle

22 Sep, 2016

The long and winding road toward cellular carrier use of unlicensed spectrum took three steps this week.

The Complexity of Securing Data on Multiple Platforms

19 Sep, 2016

The ability to persistently secure any file type across all sharing methods, devices, and storage locations is paramount.

Picking the Right App Approach

15 Sep, 2016

Optimizing contact should be the only consideration when considering whether to go with a mobile website, a native app, a hybrid app or any combination of approaches.

Autonomous Vehicles Are Approaching Their Destination

14 Sep, 2016

The autonomous vehicle has methodically evolved to the point where it is accepted as a near-term technology.

Why and How to Build an Enterprise App Store

14 Sep, 2016

Enterprise app stores provide a single "shopping experience" for employees and support both a BYOD model and a self-service IT model.

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