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Liveblogging the CTIA Day 1 Keynote

What, me late? Lost and couldn’t find the room? Never. Anyway, the upside is that I missed CTIA head honcho Steve Largent’s standarized bitching about taxes and regulation. Downside: I wasn’t so late as to miss Verizon Wireless boss Lowell McAdam bitching about taxes and regulation. To hear these guys tell it, the only issue […]

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Another Mobile Jam Session at CTIA

Another Mobile Jam Session at CTIA

Following the success of their event in Barcelona, the organizers of the Mobile Jam Session are putting on another one next Monday at CTIA in Las Vegas. Rudy de Waele tells me they have a few spots left, so if you’ll be around, sign up and check it out, as it promises to be a […]

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New Symbian Version 9.5 Out On Monday

Some pre-CTIA news for you: On Monday, Symbian is going to announce version 9.5 of its eponymous operating system, featuring several improvements over previous versions. Updates include changes to make the OS more memory, processor and power efficient, meaning it can run on less expensive and less powerful devices; new interfaces for features like digital […]

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CTIA – Media-Sharing Services Cool Enough To Make You Forget The Disappointment of MMS

CTIA – Media-Sharing Services Cool Enough To Make You Forget The Disappointment of MMS

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CTIA – If Carriers Can Have The Equivalent Of Pop-Ups On A Device, Can They Be Trusted To Use Them Responsibly?

CTIA – If Carriers Can Have The Equivalent Of Pop-Ups On A Device, Can They Be Trusted To Use Them Responsibly?

At CTIA last week, I met with a company called SNAPin, which makes a particularly interesting kind of customer-service software. Russell met with them at 3GSM, and like him, I came away pretty impressed. SNAPin software, once installed on compatible handsets (S60 and Windows Mobile at the moment), delivers context-relevant messages and content to users […]

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