Archive: January, 2014

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Which wireless carriers will follow T-Mobile’s lead? – CNET

Which wireless carriers will follow T-Mobile’s lead? – CNETNews from Which wireless carriers will follow T-Mobile’s lead? – CNET: In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET’s Marguerite Reardon offers a reader some advice about whether T-Mobile’s competitors will respond to its aggressive marketing tactics. There’s no question that T-Mobile’s UnCarrier strategy has shaken up the […]

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Verizon Pitches Its Wireless Network to Remote Oil Drillers

Verizon Pitches Its Wireless Network to Remote Oil DrillersNews from Businessweek: Driving 300 miles from Billings, Mont., to Williston, N.D., Mark Bartolomeo was a long way from home. A vice president at Verizon Communications (VZ), the New Jersey resident was making the trip to scout for customers. Dotted with sagebrush, the rangeland of eastern Montana […]

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SanDisk Connect WiFi Flash Card: Wireless Storage For Your Smartphone Or …

SanDisk Connect WiFi Flash Card: Wireless Storage For Your Smartphone Or …News from Forbes: SanDisk Connect WiFi Flash Card: Wireless Storage For Your Smartphone Or Tablet – Forbes … Read the full article . Service returns to Verizon Wireless customers affected by outageNews from Tampabay.com: Some Verizon users in the bay area experienced phone and […]

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Scratch Wireless opens its ‘free’ mobile service to all: Free calls on Wi-Fi …

Scratch Wireless opens its ‘free’ mobile service to all: Free calls on Wi-Fi …News from VentureBeat: Scratch Wireless The Motorola Photon Q from Scratch Wireless For many, there’s no greater ripoff than their monthly wireless bill. Even if you go the prepaid route, you may end up paying for voice minutes and data that you […]

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So who has the superior wireless network, anyway?

So who has the superior wireless network, anyway?News from CNET: Verizon Wireless and AT&T both claim victory after the release of a recent study. CNET breaks down who actually won. Or did they all? (Credit: CNET/Sarah Tew) The wireless wars are heating up, so it’s no wonder the claims of network superiority are flying out […]

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Case Study: Le Pain Quotidien Chooses Ruckus Wireless Over Cisco

Case Study: Le Pain Quotidien Chooses Ruckus Wireless Over CiscoNews from EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: In retail environments, wireless networking can create a host of challenges. Global restaurant chain Le Pain Quotidien faced several common challenges—and some less common ones—when updating its in-store WLANs. Ultimately, the company chose to deploy Ruckus Wireless ZoneFlex access points and Ruckus Wireless […]

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Canada Wireless Auction in Disarray After Wind Pulls Out

Canada Wireless Auction in Disarray After Wind Pulls OutNews from Bloomberg: Canada’s efforts to boost competition in the wireless sector is in disarray after the largest of the country’s new operators pulled out of a spectrum auction on the eve of the bidding. Wind Mobile withdrew from the auction that begins tomorrow after its principal […]

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A Copenhagen Startup Wants You To Throw Away Your HDMI Cables

A Copenhagen Startup Wants You To Throw Away Your HDMI CablesNews from Business Insider: Danish company Airtame still has a week to go on its IndieGogo crowdfunding project, but it’s already raised roughly $ 650,000 for its $ 160,000 goal. Their product is a wireless HDMI dongle that instantly mirrors your computer’s display to […]

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Dish withdraws $2.2 billion bid for Lightsquare’s wireless spectrum

Dish withdraws $ 2.2 billion bid for Lightsquare’s wireless spectrumNews from Engadget: You might want to hold off on thinking of a portmanteau for Dish and Lightsquared. The satellite TV company has officially withdrawn its $ 2.2 billion bid for the ailing firm’s wireless spectrum, despite actively pursuing the acquisition last year. In fact, Lightsquared […]

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Cellphone giants cling to 2-year contracts

Cellphone giants cling to 2-year contractsNews from Boston Globe: Gone are the prohibitive roaming fees and the nickel-a-text-message charges. The smartphone — cheaper and better than ever — is nearly ubiquitous and can be bought pretty much anywhere, too, even the local drugstore. But through all the upheaval and technological advancements sweeping the cellphone industry, […]

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