How are US citizens using mobiles for financial services?
The majority of US citizens aren’t using mobile banking services because they simply don’t need it, and their banking needs were being adequately met without the use of mobile banking. That’s the big takeaway from the Federal Reserve (FRB), who has brought out a mammoth 79-page document on how consumers interact with mobile financial services.
Mobilisation strategy advice for airports and national infrastructure - #AppsWorld
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is the managing organisation for the sixth largest airport in the world, serving 62 million passengers a year, and faces a raft of new security threats from connected mobile devices. In this dynamic environment, LAWA CIO Dominic Nessi is right at the heart of things. We caught up with him ahead of his appearance at Apps World in San Francisco to try and get a sense of the threat he faces.
Wireless services still source of consumer anger, says regulator
A worrying trend from Canada, where consumer complaints go up 35% year on year: should this make service providers rethink their strategy?
Smart TV shipments increasing by 15% but NA lags behind
A report from NPD DisplaySearch has revealed that even though smart TV shipments have gone up by 15% worldwide, there’s a definite lag from North America.
West's perception of China to blame for Huawei & ZTE’s US troubles
The debate over the links they may or may not have to government is largely irrelevant. The reality of doing business in China is that when the state yells 'jump', you jump. Dr Lin Sun, Beijing Correspondent, examines.
Do Huawei and ZTE pose a cyber-espionage risk?
Chinese network equipment manufacturers Huawei and ZTE pose a security threat to the US and should be barred from any mergers or acquisitions in the country, a congressional panel investigation has advised.
Sprint rolls out US 4G LTE network – a bit late to the party?
The American telecoms carrier Sprint Nextel has announced a rolling out of their 4G long-term evolution (LTE) network in the US.
Google finalises Motorola deal by bringing in own CEO
Google hasn’t wasted any time in stamping their mark on the newly-acquired Motorola Mobility, with Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha “stepping down” to be replaced by “long-time Googler” Dennis Woodside.
T-Mobile USA culls 900 jobs but expects to put 550 back
T-Mobile USA has announced another round of job cuts with 900 employees leaving the Seattle-based company.
LightSquared files for chapter 11 bankruptcy
Wireless telecoms developer LightSquared Inc. has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after owner Philip Falcone was unable to resolve his long-standing wrangling with creditors.