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Have We Become The Mass Media?

A few weeks ago I was watching an April 2007 episode of Bill Moyers Journal called "Buying the War. Moyers' program served as a critical look at the media's handling of the run-up to the Iraq war and examines how the media got the story "so wrong". So how does this relate to mobility?

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CTIA: On Mobile Phone Design

I've always been a fan of the field of industrial design. Whereas an architect is responsible for the overall design of a building, industrial designers are responsible for the design of everyday products from tables to cars to, yes, even cell phones. So when I got the opportunity to speak with Frank Tyneski, executive director of the Industrial Designers Society of America, I jumped at it.

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CTIA: Satellite Phones Ride Again

Many have associated satellite phone technology with networks like Iridium, which launched in 1998 to great fanfare only to go bankrupt less than a year later. While satellite phone technology (including Iridium) has proven itself within certain organizations, such as those in the government and petroleum sectors, high service-equipment costs combined with low data bandwidth have limited their broader appeal. Startup TerreStar Networks is angling to change things with the launch of its own satel

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CTIA: First Impressions Of Windows Mobile 6.1

Microsoft's newest update to Windows Mobile was officially launched at CTIA on Tuesday. In many ways, the launch of Windows Mobile 6.1 wasn't a big surprise -- Microsoft had made reference to the operating system when it announced System Center Mobile Device Manager at the last CTIA show in October and news that the company would officially launch at CTIA had been discussed in the press for several days before th

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CTIA: Just Who Is It For?

We're here at CTIA Wireless 2008, the cellular industry's trademark show in the United States. This year's show kicked off with Smartphone Summit, where the morning held tracks discussing everything from market stats from leading analysts to the latest and greatest smartphones.

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