Tony Poulos
June 17, 2010
Billing and OSS Supplement
Why haven't operators addressed bill shock instead of waiting for the heavy hand of the regulator to step in?

Chee Sing Chan
June 17, 2010
CommunciAsia Show Daily
Building clouds, private or public, isn't the same as providing cloud computing services

Joseph Waring
June 16, 2010
CommunicAsia Show Daily
Methodology issues at play

John C. Tanner
June 15, 2010
CommunicAsia Show Daily
The impact isn't just about business models but also voice quality

John C. Tanner
June 09, 2010
Wireless Asia
Aims to tackle OS fragmentation with widgets and Web apps. It won't work

Keith Willets, TM Forum
May 20, 2010
CSPs risk losing out on potential business unless they adapt to today's world of new services

John C Tanner
May 17, 2010
Telecom Asia
Latest innovations trigger privacy storms

Robert Clark
May 17, 2010
Telecom Asia
Apple makes some insanely great products, but its obsession with secrecy is insane

Kate Gerwig
May 03, 2010
SearchTelecom.com
A US Court of Appeals ruling has raised doubts over the FCC's neutrality powers

John C. Tanner
April 23, 2010
Telecom Asia
If the last 20 years were a wild ride, the next 20 will bring even more changes and disruptions

Charles Mok
April 23, 2010
Telecom Asia
The industry has been slow to move to IPv6 because it has no immediate benefits, so everyone waits

Jonathan Dharmapalan, Ernst & Young
April 23, 2010
Telecom CEO
When it comes to innovation, operators in Asia have largely fallen behind their partner technology companies. But that may be about to change

Robert Clark
April 23, 2010
Telecom Asia
It's still early days in the app store game. Operators have plenty to bring to the table. It's time they brought it

Monica Zlotogorski
April 14, 2010
TM Forum
The discussion should probably go in a different direction

Keith Willetts, TM Forum
March 24, 2010
SearchTelecom.com
Mobile data traffic growth is forcing operators to look to 4G much earlier than initially planned, and into once unheard of partnerships with their traditional rivals

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The iPhone 4 is here Apple has changed its developer agreement to restrict release of analytical data to third parties, something Google/Admob may not be too happy about.  
 

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Singapore, Malaysia show the way. Will Asia follow?
Nicole McCormick
Just one operator to fly the Wimax flag
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APAC market forecast to expand 11% annually for next five years
Guillaume Sachet/ Accenture
Smartphone battleground shifting to software and app stores
Tony Poulos
Why haven't operators addressed bill shock instead of waiting for the heavy hand of the regulator to step in?
Chee Sing Chan
Building clouds, private or public, isn't the same as providing cloud computing services

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Samsung and other makers revamp devices after the iPad's debut

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To survive the next ten years in the free internet world
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Lim Chuan Poh will vacate his position by year-end

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