Category: Mobility

The WBA Wireless Global Congress: Synthesis and Summary

This summer the WBA Wireless Global Congress was held virtually. I attended each session. The following post synthesizes some key ideas from the sessions. It is not exhaustive. A full list of presentations and a link to downloads is provided at the end of this post for those who want to explore sessions or ideas.

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Serious Insights Device Case Buyer’s Guide

Serious Insights Device Case Buyer’s Guide Overview How people use their cases varies widely.  People need device cases that work when traveling, running to the market, attending a concert, climbing a mountain, bicycling, taking pictures, listening to music, watching video or attending a gala fundraiser. That broad range of applications results in a whole lot.

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Why Google Needs to Make its Own Phones, Tablets and Chromebooks

Why Google Needs to Make its Own Phones, Tablets and Chromebooks Apple controls its destiny, and increasingly, Microsoft is choosing to control its Windows legacy by making hardware, despite the consternation of partners. With Marshmallow, despite the silliness of the name, Google has shipped an operating system that is highly competitive with Apple’s iOS, and.

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Telestial International Data Report ‘American Travelers: Not Masters of International Data’ Now Available at Serious Insights

American Travelers: Not Masters of International Data The new Telestial international data report from Serious Insights and Telestial shares the results of a U.S. survey that produced key insights related to the use of international data for those traveling outside of the U.S. The report includes findings and recommendations. Executive Overview A 2015 Survey by.

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Serious Insights International Data Use Study Featured in USA Today

  Serious Insights International Data Use Study drives reflection From USA Today: And with good reason. Oddly, only half say they’ve bought a SIM card for their phones, which might help them save money. Instead, they power down their devices or use them less, fearful of a huge phone bill, according to Dan Rasmus, the.

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Serious Insights International Data Survey Referenced at Mobile Enterprise

Serious Insights International Data Survey posted Mobile Enterprise: Even though they think mobile connectivity is a must-have at home, most Americans when travelling abroad compromise work and fun by cutting back on mobile usage, according to new research from Serious Insights for Telestial Inc.  The report, “American Travelers: Not Masters of International Data,” also found six.

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Serious Insights International Data Survey Referenced by CNET

I have become even more deeply aware of this because of a survey that has prostrated itself before me. It suggests that Americans are so confused about international data plans — and even what constitutes data and what doesn’t — that they completely change their behavior. This is the equivalent of Americans ceasing to ask.

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Why Did it Cost me $600 to Navigate to a Hotel? Share Your International Data Use Stories in the Telestial Survey

A couple of years ago, I was teaching at Eton in the UK, and needed to get back to my hotel in Reading. I was placed efficiently in an Eton taxi and sent on my way. Unfortunately, my driver knew generally where Reading was, but not how to navigate to my hotel. I could provide.

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5 Top Travel Apps for New York Urban Adventure

A visit to Manhattan isn’t something you should take lightly. Some people may want to just thrust themselves into the city lights and let the push and bustle of the crowd take them where it may. My adventure was a more planned affair, with lists of sights to see, places to eat, and department stores.

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New York Urban Adventure Logs – Post No. 3 – Stalking New York

We decided to go to breakfast at Norma’s, a famous New York brunching institution in midtown at Le Parker Meridien. It wasn’t just around the corner. We used Yelp (Free), which set us off on our hunt. As the rain poured down we approached the quarry. We knew we were close, but the scaffolding obscured our view.

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