Interop: Fixed/Mobile Convergence Coming to Your Company?
Employees no longer sit in their cubicles all day. Instead, executives move from place to place, visiting customers and clients. Figuring out how to reach these individuals has been a problem: Do you try their office number or their cell?
Fake Steve Jobs Rocked The House At Web 2.0
The most trenchant observation at the Web 2.0 Expo came from Dan Lyons, the Forbes editor better known as Fake Steve Jobs.
"Facebook is like Webkinz for adults," quipped Lyons in his keynote address. "It's the biggest waste of time ever invented."
Apple's 3G iPhone Coming June 9, Analysts Say
"D-Day for 3G" is expected at Steve Jobs' WWDC keynote, where analysts also expect announcements about a refresh of Apple's laptop line by August and a new iPod line by September.
Apple Releases Beta 4 Of iPhone SDK
The latest build includes Xcode integrated development environment, an interface builder, frameworks and samples, compilers, and the Shark analysis tool.
NextWave Puts Wireless Spectrum Up For Sale
The NextWave spectrum consists of 154 Advanced Wireless Service licenses, 30 Wireless Communication Service licenses, and additional Educational Broadband Service and Broadband Radio Service licenses.
Nokia Adds Music Smartphones
Finnish cell phone vendor battles Apple's iPhone and iTunes with two new XpressMusic smartphones and a recently opened music store.
Linux To Power 20% Mobile Phones By 2013
Support from the Linux Mobile Foundation, Google's Android initiative, and Nokia's acquisition of Trolltech are seen as fueling the prediction from analyst firm ABI.
Wireless LANs Gain Backbone Flexibility
Has your business been bitten by the wireless bug? Would you like to swap out your wired backbone connections for wireless ones? Well, the time has come when such choices are possible.