Tag Archives: Smartphones
Yesterday, the President of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Michael Toscano told U.S. News: “Whether it is in response to a natural disaster or a tragedy like we saw in Boston, [unmanned aerial systems] can be quickly deployed to provide first responders with critical situational awareness in areas too dangerous or difficult for manned aircraft to reach.”
Doran Davies, Director of Products, HTC, Middle East and Africa is speaking on the subject of evolving data consumption habits at the Broadband MEA conference
Doran Davies, Director of Products, HTC, Middle East and Africa is speaking on the subject of evolving data consumption habits at the Broadband MEA conference, taking place on the 19 – 20, March 2013 at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai, UAE. We catch up with him ahead of the show to find out more about his thoughts regarding the handset market.
Portland, OR –(PR.com)– Smartphone, invented at the rise of a new technological era has quickly become a consumer necessity in today’s world. One cannot just define this device as a communication medium, for the reason that it’s a versatile gadget with ability to manage everything including internet browsing, emailing, locating a place with GPS, high definition photography, managing personal and business information, and almost everything a computer is capable of with the help of numerous built in apps and their incredible functionality.
Following the rising worldwide demand for smartphones, Australia too has witnessed greater than ever popularity of smartphones due to its versatile functionality. According to “Australia Smartphone Market Assessment & Future Opportunities 2008-2018,” a recent focused study published by Tech Archival, the smartphone demand in Australia is estimated to grow at a CAGR of nearly 10% over the five year period from 2013 to 2018. The Australian smartphone market grew almost triple fold between 2008 and 2012, reaching annualised smartphone sales volume to more than 10 Million units in 2012.
Strategy Analytics report commissioned by Tellabs highlights risks of a new ‘capacity crunch’ posed by lack of backhaul investment
MTN Uganda today announced the availability of the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 smartphones, adding its name to the growing list of operators globally selling these flagship Windows 8 Phone devices.
Orange and Baidu partner exclusively on an enhanced mobile browser for customers in Africa and the Middle East
Orange et Baidu signent un partenariat exclusif pour codévelopper un navigateur mobile amélioré en Afrique et au Moyen-Orient
Marvell and Global Consumer Electronics Leader Hisense Introduce New Generation of Smart TVs and Set-top Boxes with Google TV
LAS VEGAS and SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Marvell (Nasdaq: MRVL) today announced that the award-winning Marvell® ARMADA®1500 series System-on-Chip (SoC) platform (88DE3100) is at the core of new Google TV products from Hisense, including the Hisense Pulse and the XT780 Smart TV series. Hisense’s expanding U.S. footprint underscores Marvell’s role in a growing global ecosystem for Google TV-enabled entertainment. Marvell and Hisense will demonstrate the new products – including the XT780, which has been recognized as a CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award Honoree – at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Booth Nos. 31423 (South Hall 3) and 7243 (Central Hall), respectively.
Alliance for Audited Media Releases Fourth Annual Survey Results
Shubiki Corporation, Japan’s leading business content provider, has begun marketing their business training applications named “BISCUE App” in 3 languages (English, Spanish, and Japanese) for smartphones and tablets in the global market.
By Peter Karaszi
Mobile operators across the globe are being squeezed by decreasing revenues per user, and a seemingly insatiable demand by users for more data. To efficiently manage the rapidly growing increase in data traffic in their networks, mobile operators need to build and improve their infrastructure in a much smarter way than they have hitherto done. Telecoms expert Peter Karaszi takes a look at some new infrastructural solutions that can help mobile operators do just that.