• Samsung, Charter Not Phoning It In On 5G

    Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and Charter Communications, Inc. are hard at work on big plans. The companies announced this week that they are collaborating on 5G and 4G LTE wireless networks lab and field trials at various locations in the U.S. The trials, which began...

  • Verizon Hypes New Sponsored Data Service

    While the news largely failed to land major media coverage, Verizon announced some interesting news in recent days that is worth noting for Verizon subscribers. Consumers, the nation’s leading carrier explains, will now gain greater flexibility when streaming or downloading content on their mobile devices with the introduction of FreeBee Data – a sponsored data …   Read More

  • T-Mobile Wants Mobile Video Junkies to ‘Binge On’

    T-Mobile just rolled out a game-changing program designed to wow mobile video binge watchers like nothing else. On Tuesday, T-Mobile officially announced Binge On —  a move that comes in direct response Americans’ “surging demand for mobile entertainment.” Beginning this Sunday, November 15, T-Mobile customers that are viewers and subscribers of HBO, Hulu, Netflix, Showtime, …   Read More

  • Small Businesses Need to Improve Web Presence

    A new survey conducted by research firm Clutch shows that small businesses should work harder to seize an opportunity to improve their web presence. According to the data presented, over 25 percent of small businesses do not have a website and 10 percent claim that they are unlikely to have a website in the future. …   Read More

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    YouGov survey: Mobile Operators Better Get to Work

    On Monday morning, MMW was privy to the findings of a new YouGov survey revealing that up to 74% of consumers would “potentially leave their current mobile operator” for better cellular coverage at work. In short, the coverage at work is poor, coverage elsewhere will likely be sought. The YouGov research commissioned by SpiderCloud Wireless …   Read More

  • Like and Share: Former One Day Facebook Conference Expands to Two Days

    Facebook must be feeling it has a lot to tell folks. The social media platform firm has added a second day to its annual developer conference. The conference, scheduled for March 25-26, 2015, at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center, will begin accepting registrations in early 2015. “Facebook’s developer community is bigger today than it ever …   Read More

  • Target Aims to Dominate Holiday Marketing, Shopping, and Sales

    The increasingly savvy mobile marketing and digital advertising gurus at Target believe they have put the retail giant on pace to have a monster holiday shopping season. At least one thing is for sure. 2014 will be better than 2013 for Target. How could it not? Last year, Target had some serious trouble with the …   Read More

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    Amazon Unveils Long Awaited Smartphone

    Amazon on Wednesday lifted the veil on the Fire Phone, representing the online retail giant’s bold foray into smartphones. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says the long-rumored device is designed specifically for Amazon Prime customers. “At first blush,” says Matt Burns of TechCrunch, “it looks like any other smartphone currently on the market, but it has …   Read More

  • The Latest on AT&T's Decision to Dabble in DirecTV

    AT&T, the nation’s second largest wireless operator, is moving ahead with plans to acquire satellite television operator DirecTV. The value of the purchase is $48.5 billion. With a customer base topping 35 million subscribers, DirecTV knows what it means to be No. 2, as well. The company remains the second-largest pay TV provider in the …   Read More

  • The Bar Has Been Raised for Indoor Location Retail Revenues

    Ahead of the weekend, ABI Research issued a new report on indoor location technologies that continue to evolve at an incredibly rapid pace. Driving this growth is a host of new technologies and companies entering the fray in 2014. The result, ABI says, will be an acceleration of adoption across all major verticals as a …   Read More