Business Observations: November 11, 2008 Edition
Standard disclaimer: don’t take from my selections, ordering, headlines, etc. any indications of the interests or plans of my employer (if you do, you’ll undoubtedly be disappointed when they don’t play out.)
- Analyst says Palm burning through cash like it’s going out of style
- What will drive differentiation across Android platform providers?
- Is embedded wireless the new M2M?
- CDR = Customer Data Revolution
- Nokia, N-Gage and the big plan for mobile games
- SMBs leading the charge to mobile broadband
- Ethernet microwave spending surges as operators upgrade mobile backhaul networks
- Redefining “Telco Grade” for the Mobile Internet era
- Ballmer Is Wrong About Android
- Mobile Video Infrastructure Market Ramps Up in Spite of Economy
- T-Mobile USA adds mostly prepaid subscribers in 3Q
- Loopt Deal Means Lower Costs for Location Data
- Is Cascada Mobile the future of mobile apps?
- Wi-Fi, WiMAX and LTE: the next generation of mobile broadband
- Five 9’s of Availability Is Irrelevant
- Tuning in the future of mobile TV
- Mobile advertising answers questions about its future
- Delivering on the promise
- Work and personal profiles on a single mobile phone
- PC vs mobile Internet access – where’s the asymptote?
- For FCC Chair, Obama Should Look Outside the Beltway
- Carriers Demand More Data, Consumers Get Less Privacy
- Three reasons the iPhone has topped the RAZR
- No Slowing of Mobile Messaging Services Growth in Tough Economic Times
- Is Mobile Really Global?
- ARPU is a lousy metric for tracking mobile broadband
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