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According to AT&T, Competitors Launched WiFi Calling without FCC Approval
By Joe Rizzo
WiFi calling has been an enormous success for Sprint and T-Mobile, so why hasn't AT&T - whose customers beta-tested the service - joined suit? James Ciccioni, senior legal vice president for AT&T, says the competitors are in defiance of FCC law, while AT&T is covering its bases.

ITEXPO Presenter Offers Insight into Mobile Capabilities and Cloud Computing
By Susan J. Campbell
Adnan H. Lawai, CEO of Folio3 is set to be on hand for the upcoming ITEXPO in Anaheim, launching in-depth discussions on enterprise collaboration technologies. In a recent interview with TMC's Rich Tehrani, Lawai shared his insight on Unified Communications today, collaboration services, security fo…

ISACA Survey Points to Potential Rise in Mobile Payment Breaches
By Casey Houser
ISACA, a global cybersecurity nonprofit, recently completed a survey of 900 cybersecurity experts to determine their views on the state of the mobile payments market.

How the Selfie Stick Became an Unlikely Success Story
By Anna Johansson
For all the success these hot products have experienced, selfie sticks faced a major uphill battle to become an unlikely success story.

My Amazon Fire - The Boat Anchor That Keeps Swimming
By Carl Ford
I took a chance on the Amazon Fire phone, it was with the full awareness that I was probably going to be in the regret mode long before the contract completed.

The Reinvention of QR Codes
By Special Guest
QR Codes are evolving beyond marketing to support innovative new capabilities such as website login, identity verification, transaction authorization and more.

Nearly Six Percent of Mobile Users Visit Risky Site Every Day
By Oliver VanDervoort
When it comes to mobile device security, an awful lot of users seem to think that they don't need to practice the same kind of safe actions that they do when they are using PCs. This is according to Allot Communications, a global leader in intelligent broadband solutions, which recently released a r…

The State of LTE Around the World
By Joe Rizzo
OpenSignal is a company that specializes in wireless coverage mapping. The company crowdsources data on carrier signal quality from users who have its consumer mobile application installed. Consumers can view the crowdsourced data either online or in-app in the form of color-coded maps designed to h…

Samsung to Offer Leasing Program Similar to Apple's
By Oliver VanDervoort
Samsung is going to be following Apple's lead yet again, this time launching its own smartphone financing program.

Private Networking Through LTE Introduced by Verizon
By Joe Rizzo
Any network, regardless of the type or size, needs a solid management system in order for it to both provide the necessary services and run efficiently. This is something that can be quite a daunting task in a wireless network. The Internet of Things (IoT) has been adding a lot of traffic to the net…

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