The connected car market is expected to reach €40 billion ($53 billion) in 2018, up from €13 billion ($17 billion) in 2012, according to research by SBD on behalf of GSMA.
With the Sprint shareholder vote on Softbank's takeover offer set for June 25, Dish Network is taking its fight to the Federal Communications Commission, the last remaining U.S. federal agency reviewing the transaction, Bloomberg is reporting.
Microsoft's launch of Office Mobile for the iPhone will be a "game changer that will shift momentum back on the Redmond giant's side," predicted Tony Bradley, an independent analyst and Forbes contributor.
Shipments of smartphones with AMOLED panels are forecast to reach more than 217 million units this year, up from 134 million in units in 2012, according to the latest research from NPD DisplaySearch.
Cisco took a commanding 42 percent share of the worldwide mobile IP infrastructure market, which increased to $1.2 billion in the first quarter of 2013, according to an ACG Research blog.
Vendors are increasingly offering enterprises unified Wi-Fi and Ethernet equipment to ease deployment and management of their networks, according to research firm Dell'Oro.
Western Europe is "scaling back" on BYOD, seeing a 15 percent year-over year reduction in BYOD devices in the first quarter and a 43 percent increase in corporate purchases of smartphones, according to the latest stats from Strategy Analytics.
The board of U.S. wireless provider Clearwire, along with proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholders Services, recommended this week that Clearwire shareholders reject the offer of majority shareholder Sprint to acquire the rest of the company for $3.40 per share, Reuters reported.
Half of all mobile data traffic generated by smartphones, tablets and other 3G and 4G connected devices will be off-loaded to Wi-Fi and small cell networks in 2013, according to the latest stats from Juniper Research.
The deployment of advanced mobile IT technology could cut product pick-up and delivery times by close to a third, according to a survey of 375 transport and logistics managers in six countries conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Intermec.
Security must be a core component of an enterprise's deployment of machine-to-machine communications, advised Yiru Zhong, Frost & Sullivan senior industry analyst for information and communications technology.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.--Banks need to carefully weigh the pros and cons of deploying mobile device management versus mobile application management solutions when considering BYOD programs, advised Vas Rajan, chief information security officer at CLS Bank.
Japan's Softbank has increased its offer for Sprint to $7.48 per share, or a total of $21.6 billion. The third largest U.S. wireless carrier cut off negotiations with rival suitor Dish Networks on Monday, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Big 4 emerging markets, Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC)--alone will ship more smart connected devices than the developed world combined in 2014, according to IDC estimates.
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The BYOD trend is having a far-reaching influence on the entire security industry, according to research released on Tuesday by Gartner at its security summit.
Mobile ordering is Domino's Pizza's "fastest growing segment," said Russell Weiner, chief marketing officer at the company.
WASHINGTON, D.C.--Mobile device management is "table stakes" for security in the BYOD space, commented Steve Bennett, president and CEO of Symantec, during his keynote discussion at the Gartner Security and Risk Management summit being held here this week.
Around 41 percent of workers said lack of wireless coverage renders them unproductive at least 10 percent of their workday, which equates to 251 lost hours per year per worker, according to a survey of 1,150 mobile enterprise workers by Wi-Fi provider iPass.