Mobile World Live interviews Alfred Boediman, VP – R&D Institute Indonesia, Samsung. Boediman touches on the sensitive issue of the South Korean handset giant being very reliant on Google’s Android platform while also trying to drive interest in its own Tizen OS. …
Dongmyun Lee, EVP at Korea Telecom, talks about the challenges being faced by Korea’s second-largest mobile operator, future service launches, and global expansion.
Sean Horan, director of M2M business development at AT&T, tells Mobile World Live of the US operator’s progress with the technology, particularly around the connected car space.
The head of business development at the Japan-based company behind messaging app LINE tells Mobile World Live how it plans to attract one billion users by the end of 2015. Kang also touches on the OTT player’s partnerships with operators, …
Bell Labs’ Dr Theodore Sizer gives his thoughts on 5G development and tells Mobile World Live why wired technology will become a thing of the past.
Selina Lo tells Mobile World Live of her vision for a ‘smart city’ future and how the WiFi vendor is enabling operators to deliver on this promise.
Ericsson’s technology chief Ulf Ewaldsson talks 5G, drones, and how Europe can catch up with the rest of the mobile world.
The company’s head of mobile phones portfolio planning gives Mobile World Live an insight into the impact the Android-based X Series is having on Microsoft’s smartphone strategy. And Lehtonen reveals his thoughts on the future of the feature phone market and …
Mobile World Live talks to Li Gong, Mozilla’s chief operating officer. The executive discusses the challenges of bringing the mobile Firefox OS to market in a profitable way.