Commentary

March 07, 2006

SUIRG has been tacking satellite interference problems from the ground up, but despite some progress, it\'s still an uphill battle

March 02, 2006

Has the mobile industry just gone through some sort of reality warp‾

February 24, 2006

Standfirst: IP over mobile broadband makes 4G an irrelevance

February 17, 2006

Apart from the usual trade show boosterism, the mobile world revealed its other faces at 3GSM

February 10, 2006

Old technologies don't always die. Sure, some do. And those that don't often hang by a thread or are subsidized by newer technologies. But they survive

February 10, 2006

Why are MVNOs so hot in North America and Europe but not in Asia‾

February 10, 2006

FMC is THE hot topic in European telecoms circles, but fixed-mobile substitution is already happening, offering a better way forward

February 03, 2006

Telcos should have to make the case for tiered charging based on real costs

January 26, 2006

The need to find information doesn't cease when consumers step out their front door, often it becomes more urgent

January 19, 2006

Mobile's strength is that it can take advertisers to their preferred consumers and locations in real-time

January 13, 2006

China Mobile's acquisition of People's once more underlines the need for telecom reform in China

January 08, 2006
David A. Gross

With a number of key telecom conferences scheduled, 2006 has the potential to be a pivotal year for policy makers across the region

January 08, 2006

Sony\'s DRM disaster puts the spotlight on how much control the consumer has over media he/she buys

January 06, 2006

The location and nav markets cover a wide scope of devices. But inevitably, the biggest growth is going to come from everyone's favorite personal device, the cell phone

January 01, 2006

You don\'t need a crystal ball or a crack telecoms consultancy forecast to tell you that telecoms in 2006 is going to be mainly about wireless - and VoIP. Turn to page 18 for a rundown of what will be hottest this year

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