India will push 3G networks to the limit
The huge amount of backhaul capacity in developing markets that is going to need upgrading suggests there is room for start-ups
Is it time to take Intel-based smartphones seriously?
It’s not clear whether Intel’s Atom-based processors will have enough of a performance-edge to win new friends
HP can take Palms webOS global
US$1.2B deal is also the missing piece of the puzzle for PC giant
ZTE’s adventurous spirit to drive 2010 growth
Co-marketing and handset customisation to unlock entry in saturated markets
Mobile money’s reversal of fortune
Mobile phone technology might have spread from the developed world to the developing one, but it’s great to see that the ‘next big thing’ is coming the other way.
Not all LTE networks will be created equal
The choice of spectrum bands will have implications for an operator’s LTE strategy
Bharti looks to replicate Indian low-cost model in Africa
Indian operator giant acquires Zain Africa faced with some familiar problems
WiFi, not WiMAX, is the real competition for LTE
Seemingly free WiFi could weaken the business case for widespread deployment of new LTE networks
Can Nokia have Novarra and Opera share the rent?
The two mobile browser vendors may make for uneasy bedfellows
Global players flirt with TD-LTE
But it’s the prospect of a converged next-gen device that could be the real love affair
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