News & Commentary
Content tagged with Mobile Business posted in December 2006
Not Everybody's Sold on WiMax
Commentary  |  12/13/2006  | 
Nortel, Intel and SprintNextel are betting the house on WiMax, but not everyone is a convert. Cisco, for one, seems wary.
Wall Street Analyst: iPhone Will Look Like iPod
Commentary  |  12/6/2006  | 
In an interview this week, Prudential analyst Jesse Tortora said that Apple's new cell phone will look like an iPod with a small screen and click-wheel interface. Tortora claims the device, dubbed the iPhone, will be a "slim music phone" that runs on GSM/GPRS networks. Rumor claim that Apple will debut the iPhone in January 2007.
Economist: 'Phones Are The New Cars'
Commentary  |  12/5/2006  | 
A piece in this week's Economist draws comparisons between cars and mobile phones, urging you to "look in your driveway" to understand how phones will develop.


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