Bill Me, Don't Bamboozle Me
The Philter | 11/2/2012 | Post a comment
8:15 AM All the effort service providers put into a simple, powerful network experience is wasted if the bills they send to consumers are confusing and full of unnecessary jargon and analytics
HP's Saar Gillai: The SDN Advantage
The Philter | 10/10/2012 | 3 comments
10:45 AM Saar Gillai, the CTO of HP Networking, discusses the overall opportunity for software-defined networking and HP's perspective on this new way of thinking about networks
MetroPCS: The LTE Value Play
The Philter | 9/20/2012 | Post a comment
7:00 AM With no iPhone 5 coming this week, MetroPCS relies on unlimited data plans and contract-free devices to promote its LTE network and to communicate its value to customers
Verizon's Borderless Life: A Quick Tour
The Philter | 1/16/2012 | 7 comments
1:00 PM At CES, I put Verizon's Eric Bruno on the spot to walk me through a day in the 'Borderless Life.' The idea is that all your network services can be available on any connected device
Verizon FiOS TV on the Xbox
The Philter | 1/14/2012 | 1 comment
11:00 AM Phil checks out Verizon's FiOS TV service on the Microsoft Xbox 360. But why put a subset of its TV service on a gaming console? Verizon's Joe Ambeault explains
CES 2012: Samsung Stays Connected
The Philter | 1/13/2012 | 2 comments
10:00 AM With its new TVs, tablets and consumer cameras, Samsung is keeping consumers connected in a way that could make home networks less important
So That's What LTE Means
The Philter | 9/21/2011 | Post a comment
10:00 AM Ericsson's Keith Shank helps us take a step back and discuss what LTE means for consumers and service providers, as well as how it changes the mobile network
LTE Demo: A Socialized Life
The Philter | 8/29/2011 | Post a comment
7:00 AM With a house full of connected mobile devices, Ericsson finds a friendly way to manage energy usage and home security via the Internet
LTE Demo: Ad Hoc Video Streaming
The Philter | 8/26/2011 | 6 comments
7:00 AM Ericsson shows what's possible with an advanced mobile network and how service providers could charge for short bursts of big video streaming
Attack of the Bad Tab Ads
The Philter | 8/12/2011 | 5 comments
4:00 PM The tablet computing market is so desperate to stand out against the iPad that it's taken to killing us with clutter and insulting early adopters of the technology
Wall Street vs. LTE
The Philter | 6/24/2010 | 1 comment
2:30 PM Investors don't seem thrilled with LTE. Is it because no one sees a clear path from bigger bandwidth to higher profits?
AT&T's Data Caps
The Philter | 6/2/2010 | 6 comments
12:15 PM Why applaud AT&T's mobile data caps? Most people will pay less for data, and video services on specialized networks might catch on
AT&T U-verse: No OTT
The Philter | 5/27/2010 | Post a comment
5:15 PM With all that's coming up with AT&T's U-verse service, the prospect of integrating over-the-top content with pay TV doesn't seem likely
Real. Mobile. TV
The Philter | 3/24/2010 | Post a comment
7:00 PM As with any other real TV service, the game changer appears to be having a dedicated network that can stand up to consumer demand
Mobile Gaming at CTIA
The Philter | 3/24/2010 | Post a comment
10:20 AM Mobility has changed gaming forever, especially if you have a giant, cable-connected race car in your living room
The Philter | 3/23/2010 | 1 comment
5:30 PM Phil makes an obvious point about why developers should take a look at Android, even though it doesn't have a huge market share
A Cell Phone Recycler
The Philter | 3/22/2010 | Post a comment
10:00 PM The former CEO of Radio Shack has started a company to help recycle cell phones, and Sprint is its first customer
The Philter | 2/24/2010 | Post a comment
3:05 PM Does Clearwire have the stuff to compete with AT&T or Verizon? Sidecut Reports analyst Paul Kapustka says they may have a different idea
400G or Terabit?
The Philter | 2/23/2010 | Post a comment
11:20 AM Craig Matsumoto says there is a debate brewing on what will be the next big bandwidth jump in the Internet's core
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