Quick rundown on the latest mobile IT news for Friday, 3/14 including: the approved acquisition of prepaid wireless provider Leap Wireless by AT&T, the new iOS update's features may help enterprises, the rise of the wireless smart home monitoring devices, Bosch takes the crown from STMicroelectronics as top MEMS supplier and finally... BYOx--bring your own anything.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Monday, 11/11 including: Connected device predictions by 2020, U.S. adult opinions on wearable tech devices, the inventor of Apple's Siri has a new project for Samsung, Leap's downfall and China Mobile's astounding profit.
Cricket carrier Leap Wireless is revamping its popular Muve Music service, promising faster performance and improved functionality.
Leap Wireless' (NASDAQ:LEAP) Cricket Communications subsidiary will spin off its popular Muve Music service and begin licensing the platform to other mobile operators across the globe. Cricket...
Cricket provider Leap Wireless announced that it now counts more than 1.1 million subscribers to its Muve Music service. The figure reflects the continued success of the prepaid carrier's mobile music strategy, which is available across all of the carrier's Android smartphones, and is notable in a market where a number of digital music services have struggled to find traction.
Muve Music, the all-you-can-eat music downloading service offered by Leap Wireless' Cricket Communications subsidiary, is helping the company improve its churn and is considered an important competitive differentiator for the operator.
Leap Wireless' Cricket Communications subsidiary is extending its popular Muve Music effort to all Android rate plans. The all-you-can eat service was previously available to Android device owners as part of Cricket's $65 flat-rate monthly package.
Leap Wireless' (NASDAQ:LEAP) Cricket Communications unit is adding content from independent digital music distributors CD Baby and TuneCore to its Muve Music service. According to Cricket, the new
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
BARCELONA, Spain--Carrier IQ has lost revenues due to the privacy uproar around the company's software that erupted late last year, a company executive confirmed. However, Carrier IQ has not lost any