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New Product Development Critical to US Wireless Market

Smartphones and other cutting edge wireless devices will be integral to driving growth in the U.S. wireless market. Despite the recession, the GTI study reveals that consumers will demand new and improved products as early as 2010. more

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Mobile Internet Usage is Driving a New Wave of Mobile Banking Services

Moving well beyond simple text-based balance updates, Mobile Banking 2.0 will capitalize on customers’ increasing mobile internet use to carry out complex transactions and introduce novel ways to reach customers through the mobile medium. more

Related Tags: sim, iphone, sms, near-field-communication, tim, arthur-d.-little, ovi, iden, call-centre, personal, mobile-internet, mobile-banking

80% of Healthcare IT Executives Placing Increased Reliance on Mobility

More than 80 percent of global IT decision makers within the healthcare industry stated that mobile technologies are more important to their organizations today than they were in 2008, according to a recent research study commissioned by Motorola. more

Related Tags: rfid, asia-pacific, motorola, eu, tim, ovi, iden, vas, personal, fixed-mobile-convergence, health, bar-code,

Sun Dial uses mobile phones to alert Muslims to prayer

Religious technology may seem like an oxymoron, but as more people obtain mobile phones, iPhones and other devices to help them manage their lives, it's only natural that many of them will be using their gadgets to help them enrich their spiritual life as well. more

Related Tags: sim, iphone, atlanta, tim, ovi, personal, seven, sun, georgia-tech, life, georgia

Yankee Group Predicts No Capex Growth Until 2011

Yankee Group is predicting that telecommunications carriers globally will show measured caution in capital expenditures (capex) in 2009, decreasing from $284 billion in 2008 to $272 billion this year. more

Related Tags: eu, ict, tim, lte, capex, yankee-group, africa

AT&T to Invest Over $17 Billion During 2009

AT&T has announced that it plans to spend between $17 billion to $18 billion in 2009 on improving its networks. This is in like with its 2007 capital expenditures of $17.7 billion and expected to exceed the planned investment of any other U.S. telecom company. more

Related Tags: wi-fi, 3g, wayport, hspa, femtocells, hotspot, downlink, wave, wired, fiber-optic,

Northern Europe Tops ICT Developments Index

ITU has published an ICT Development Index (IDI), which compares developments in information and communication technologies (ICT) in 154 countries over a five-year period from 2002 to 2007. more

Related Tags: 3g, eu, ict, 3g-license, mobile-broadband, benchmarking, wired, africa, digital-divide, connect

Young, Wealthy - and Going Wireless

Even in a downturn, the wealthy are eagerly adopting the latest in mobile device functionality on smart phones like the BlackBerry and iPhone, according to the aptly named, Luxury Institute. more

Related Tags: 3g, iphone, twitter, ict, blackberry, instant-messaging, facebook, weather, smart, play,

Chinese Handset Production Growth Down to Single Figures

The research firm predicts that the scale of Chinese mobile phone chips market is expected to reach RMB 110 billion (US$16 billion), up by 6%, down to single-digit growth for the first time. more

Related Tags: broadcom, wi-fi, 3g, nokia, mobile-tv, motorola, wcdma, qualcomm, ict, gps, td-scdma, cdma, memory-chips, memory, gsm, smart, ccid-consulting, mp3, freescale, global-mobile, China

Hosted IVR Services Offer Tremendous Growth Potential in Markets across EMEA

Hosted interactive voice response (IVR) services have seen widespread adoption in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) in recent years. The automation of simple customer interactions has remained the major driver for the hosted IVR services market in general. more

Related Tags: sim, eu, ict, contact-center, outsourcing, ivr, africa

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