The Federal Communications Commission on Monday announced its plans to fine Hilton Worldwide Holdings $25,000 for obstructing its investigation into whether the hotel chain was obstructing the use of Wi-Fi on its premises.
The key to creating a successful wearable program is presenting sensible use cases for the end user. The clearest way developers have built those use cases is by expanding existing processes and pushing them to a wearable device, which is what Marriott and Apple have teamed up to do on the hotel chain's app for the Apple Watch.
The FCC delivers a firm answer to the question of whether hotels or commercial establishments can intentionally block Wi-Fi on their premises.
Marriott has softened its stance on the use of personal Wi-Fi hotspots on its premises this week.
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The Mobile Marketing Association has released an updated version of its global Mobile Advertising Guidelines, first released in April. The guidelines provide a roadmap for mobile advertising
The Mobile Marketing Association is looking for public feedback on its global mobile advertising guidelines. The association today said the guidelines are available for public comment via the MMA Web