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Who were the winners and losers at CTIA Wireless 2012?

When trade association CTIA announced last year that it planned to break with tradition and move its annual spring trade show from late March to early May, many in the industry breathed a sigh of

Leap evaluating Isis, Google Wallet in bid to join mobile payments space

NEW ORLEANS--A Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) executive said the carrier is currently evaluating various mobile wallet products, including Isis and Google Wallet, and will likely jump into the segment

EA's tips and tricks for winning the mobile gaming battle

NEW ORLEANS--Playing any game to win means knowing the rules. Electronic Arts has competed in the gaming industry more successfully than most: The 30-year-old company has seamlessly transitioned

Spotify in mobile music talks with U.S. operators

NEW ORLEANS--Spotify is currently in discussions to offer its streaming music service through U.S. mobile operators, the company's CEO Daniel Ek said Wednesday. "We've had great discussions with

Openwave Mobility rolls out real-time data traffic tools

NEW ORLEANS--Openwave Mobility introduced new versions of its Price Plan Innovation and Mobile Analytics services, promising operators deeper insights into mobile data traffic across their networks.

Sprint to release mobile advertising policy

NEW ORLEANS--Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) plans to introduce a new mobile advertising privacy policy that it will distribute to all new subscribers, allowing them to opt-out of services they don't want.

CTIA: U.S mobile data traffic surged 123% in 2011

NEW ORLEANS--Mobile data traffic increased 123 percent in 2011 over the previous year, according to CTIA-The Wireless Association. Speaking here at the CTIA Wireless 2012 conference, the

Pandora: 70% of listening hours on mobile devices

NEW ORLEANS--Pandora has surpassed 150 million registered U.S. users, with 100 million of them accessing the streaming music service via smartphone or tablet, the firm's president and CEO Joe Kennedy

NTIA report calls for repurposing 95 MHz of spectrum for wireless broadband

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has released a report proposing that a huge swath of spectrum ranging from 1755 to 1850 MHz, which is just below bands used by

Apple, Google forgo CTIA's new app rating system

CTIA-The Wireless Association and the Entertainment Software Rating Board unveiled the CTIA Mobile Application Rating System, a new program that applies age-rating icons to apps and games in an