Tag Archives: Barcelona

WiMAX, 3G and LTE: A Capacity Analysis

The mobile wireless industry is facing unprecedented challenges in meeting the data demands of their subscribers with their desire for fast, mobile Internet. Wireless technologies are often compared on theoretical peak data rates, but it’s actual capacity or spectral efficiency … Read more >

The Skulltrail leads to gaming bliss

At last the long awaited ultimate hardware for the ultimate performance junkie has been launched at the Games Developer Conference today. I have written blogs about Skulltrail before, and here for you is another peak at the beast bellowing in … Read more >

Gettin’ Our Game On @ GDC

We’re off to the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco! We’ll be on the scene to capture and share the best mind bending eye candy we can find — from Intel’s 8-core, multi-graphics card gunnin’ Skulltrail (watch for new stories … Read more >

Let’s not forget Intel and the WiMAX chopper

Did I mention that Intel was also at the Mobile World Congress? We are showing a number of devices there, focused on WiMAX of course, but also some nice demo’s of Mobile Internet devices, ultramobile devices, and telco demo’s like … Read more >

Call Me, Not My Number

Yesterday I talked about convergence from a multiple application point of view. What about the user experience across the multiple devices I use? I saw this cool converged demo at the Nortel booth showing a laptop, a desk phone and … Read more >

Managing mobile devices, the easy way

Imagine losing your mobile phone. There goes your data. Imagine having your business smartphone stolen. There goes all your confidential data. So what do you do? Buy a new phone of course, but what about all the data you had … Read more >

Buzz on the show floor

Dateline Barcelona – GSMA Mobile World Congress. Vodaphone CEO Arun Sarin, called for relative consolidation in the industry. He suggested WiMAX (2 to 3 years ahead of LTE in time to market), should be rolled into LTE in order to … Read more >