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Subscriber Data Management Market To Jump 55%

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HP, Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia Siemens, Openet, Sandvine, Oracle, IBM and Amdocs are all considered important players in the burgeoning subscriber-data management network.
12-05-2011
Will HTML5 be good enough for gaming?

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HTML5 has been touted as the save-all for the fragmented mobile OS market. If developers were able to design an app once with HTML5, rather than individually for iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and the rest, they could waste less time tweaking individual updates for each operating system. The problem, however, lies in mobile gaming. HTML5 currently can handle simpler graphics capabilities, but it is not yet able to support some of the more complicated graphics capabilities used in native gaming apps. So what's next? Special Report
12-05-2011
Yota announces LTE rollout covering major regional centres of Belarus

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Yota Bel, part of WiMAX Holding which is the owner of Russian operator Scartel (operating under the Yota brand), says it is looking to develop Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks in major regional centres across Belarus. On 1 December Yota Bel launched its new LTE network in the capital Minsk and in Grodno, covering the central districts of these two cities, and according to Yota vice president Egor Ivanov, has now begun the construction of further 4G networks in Mogilev, Brest and Gomel. Yotal Bel has invested millions of dollars in the project and is looking to reach a break-even point within its first year of operation. TeleGeographys GlobalComms Database writes that the broadband start-up holds 2x30MHz blocks of frequency in the 2.5GHz-2.6GHz bands to deploy its data transmission networks. The Belarus State Commission on Radio Frequencies issued Yota Bel with a licence to use the spectrum in December 2008. Having originally intended to use the WiMAX equipment (standard IEEE 802.16e-2005) produced by Samsung, in 2010 Yota Bel announced it was switching to the rival LTE technology.
12-02-2011
Original PaaS Vendors Defend Their Turf

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Independent platform-as-a-service providers brace for increasing competition from traditional IT vendors
12-02-2011
General Catalyst Seeks to Raise $650 Million for Technology Fund

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General Catalyst Partners, the venture-capital firm co-founded by Joel Cutler, is seeking to raise $650 million for a new fund that will invest in technology companies.
11-30-2011
Case in Brief: An Engaging Online Customer Experience Builds Revenue

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The Veterans of Foreign Wars understood that its seven-year-old website needed to be updated. After revamping the site, the VFW has seen a 65 percent increase in overall visits and an 83 percent jump in page views.
11-18-2011
Use Metrics To Steer The IT Value Conversation

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Discussions with business colleagues must move to a higher level. Here's how to build credibility and trust.
11-18-2011
Vodafone CEO Turns Again to Cost Cuts as Sales Growth Slows

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Vodafone Group Plc Chief Executive Office Vittorio Colao will start a new push to cut costs as the worlds largest mobile-phone operator aims to cushion the impact of Europes economic slowdown because of the debt crisis.
11-18-2011
Apple's iPhone Eclipses Blackberry in Enterprise Survey

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Apple's iPhone has surpassed Research In Motion's BlackBerry as the top smartphone platform among enterprise employees, according to a new global mobile workforce report from iPass. Apple's iPhone held a leading 45 percent market share in a survey of mobile workers at over 1,100 enterprises worldwide conducted from late September to late October. Today's mobile employees are critical to the success of every enterprise, which explains why 95 percent of mobile employees currently have smartphones -- up from 85 percent in 2010. What's more, the "median age of the mobile worker is about 41 now -- and that is down from 45, which we saw last time in this study," said iPass Vice President Kevin Murray. Smartphones are now in the hands of nearly every knowledge worker, and with users contributing 240 more work-hours per year on average than their non-mobile counterparts, noted iPass CEO Evan Kaplan. "Connectivity is essential," Kaplan said. "Work is no longer where you go but what you do." Freedom of Choice Among enterprise-class smartphone users, the iPhone's market share is 10 percentage points above what RIM's models collectively held last year -- when the BlackBerry smartphone platform led the enterprise smartphone field. One reason why Apple's iPhone now leads the pack is that 62 percent of enterprises now offer their employees the ability to choose the handheld device they would like to use. According to iPass, 44 percent are allowed to choose a device from a list of corporate-approved smartphones. Moreover, an additional 19 percent are permitted to use whatever mobile device they wish for accessing corporate resources. "No surprise, the iPhone is the number one smartphone out there as far as our sample is concerned," Murray said. Still, RIM's BlackBerry market share has only declined slightly from 35 percent in 2010 to 32 percent today, the report's authors...
11-17-2011
Study: European users trump U.S. on Android app downloads

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Although the U.S. market leads the globe in total application downloads to devices running Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android mobile operating system, Western European consumers far exceed their American counterparts on a downloads-per-user basis according to new data issued by Research2Guidance. Click here to view a larger version of this chart. Android device users in Sweden download more than 5.0 applications per month, more than any other nation, Research2Guidance reports--by comparison, Android owners in the U.S. install fewer than 2.5 apps every 30 days. Eight other international markets also lead the U.S. in monthly Android app downloads, including the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, South Korea, Portugal, the U.K. and Italy. In terms of overall Android Market app download volumes, the U.S. accounts for more than 50 percent, corresponding to close to 3.5 billion installs to date. South Korea is a distant second with 9 percent, trailed by the U.K., Germany and France. Research2Guidance adds that the average user in major Android markets installs two or three apps each month; consumers in Russia, Japan and China rank among the most passive app downloaders. Android powers 52.5 percent of all smartphones sold worldwide during the third quarter of 2011, more than doubling its global market share over a year ago, according to data issued earlier this week by research firm Gartner. Sales of Android smartphones topped 60 million, more than tripling sales of Symbian-based products at 19.5 million (translating to a market share of 16.9 percent, down from 36.3 percent a year ago). Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone follows with sales of 17.3 million, up from 13.5 million a year ago; its global market share nevertheless dipped to 15.0 percent from 16.6 percent in the third quarter of 2010. For more:- read this Research2Guidance blog entry Related articles:Gartner: Android fuels 52 percent of smartphone sales in Q3ComScore: Android closing in on 45% U.S. smartphone market shareGoogle's Schmidt: Microsoft is 'scared' of Android's successGoogle to acquire Motorola Mobility, vows Android will remain openComScore: Android closing in on 45 percent smartphone market share        
11-17-2011
When Will Cable's Advanced Ad Plan Pop?

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Cable's pursuit of advanced advertising success has met some choppy waters, but a Canoe exec sees smoother and more lucrative sailing ahead
11-17-2011
AlcaLu Unveils Its Carrier Cloud Play

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Alcatel-Lucent has developed what it believes is the first cloud services delivery system tailored to telcos' needs
11-17-2011
Three Cries Foul To EU Regulators Over British Mobile Commerce JV

11-17-2011
Russian airport to start Skype check-ins for flights

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Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport is allowing passengers to check-in for their flights using Skype. The program, which the airport says is the first of its kind in the world, works along similar lines to Internet check-ins. Passengers call the airport using its Skype user name and are asked for their last name, flight information and to show their passport. Once the formalities are out of the way, passengers can print out a boarding pass. The airport expects 15 to 20 percent of passengers to use the service, which serves some 20 airlines flying into the airport. "The main problem [for traditional Internet check-in] is lack of communication with a real person, as a passenger is afraid to do something wrong," said an aiport officials. "Here you will have straight communications, so there will be no fear during registration." The airport said Skype will be available for check-in at Transaero, Air Astana, Royal Air Maroc, China Eastern Airlines, Estonian Air, Hainan Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Iran Air, Jat Airways, Turkish Airlines and other carriers. European regulators recently approved Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) acquisition of the popular free VoIP provider. For more: - see this WSJ article Related articles: Personal trainers offering 'virtual workouts' over Skype Skype user directory data used to ID BitTorrent file sharers Microsoft dials up Tango, not Skype for video calling on Mango
11-17-2011
France Telecom Offers Free Facebook to Emerging-Market Customers

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France Telecom SA, the owner of the Orange mobile brand, will sell mobile phones with unlimited access to Facebook Inc. in eastern Europe and Africa, as it seeks to drive Internet services in faster-growing markets.
11-17-2011

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