Two years is a long time, especially in the hyper-accelerated mobile ecosystem. It hasn't even been two full years since Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile USA first announced plans to launch their Isis mobile commerce network (22 months, to be exact), but it seems like two decades have passed.
AT&T Mobility said it will expand its free DriveMode safety application as part of the operator's ongoing effort to curb texting behind the wheel.
An area of enterprise mobile IT that is often overlooked, particularly in news coverage, is the machine-to-machine wireless networking market segment. It certainly isn't as sexy as the latest iPhone, but it is an important segment nonetheless.
The global machine-to-machine (M2M) wireless network services market is expected to grow 29.4 percent per year through 2015, according to a report by research firm TechNavio.
The Isis mobile wallet and payments network is going to miss its target of launching this summer because it is still fine-tuning the overall customer experience, according to a senior Isis executive.
T-Mobile USA will start offering unlimited 4G data to smartphone, tablet and other data users on September 5.
AT&T Mobility is expanding its Mobile Device Management suite to the small business segment, offering mom-and-pops access to the same cloud-based services and applications it supplies to larger enterprise customers.
AT&T was hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack yesterday, which caused a disruption for some of the company's customers on its managed services DNS product.
You'll notice that there are two articles in this week's edition of FierceMobileIT that relate to spectrum changes being carried out by wireless carriers.
AT&T will end its GSM voice service and other 2G services no later than January 1, 2017, an AT&T spokesperson told FierceMobileIT.