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Follow Up: Cell Networks Fight To Be More Than Mere Data Pipelines

As the AP notes, at last week's Mobile World Congress there was a good deal of attention delivered to a company called Pinger. This was partly due to the company stall's fortuitous location at the trade show, partly because it's a leading example of new-generation companies that offer their free or low-cost non-SMS messaging services to smartphone customers. International phone networks were also at the show, of course, and they were loudly complaining about Pinger and its ilk.
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Microsoft’s announcements show a company turning the corner

Technology : GigaOM (20 hours ago)

I don't think Microsoft is going to make real inroads in the mobile device market, but in other markets the company is finally making solid moves. Last week, Nadella's Microsoft finally… Read Post

Trends to Watch For at Mobile World Congress

Technology : GigaOM (6 years ago)

Next week, while most Americans are lounging about in honor of President’s Day, the people responsible for your mobile phones, netbooks and cellular networks will converge on Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress trade show. Check... Read Post

Four Trends to Watch at Mobile World Congress

Technology : TechCrunch (3 years ago)

Whether you’re a “mobile first” publisher, app developer or carrier, all eyes are set on Barcelona at the end of this month for Mobile World Congress 2012. It’s part conference, part trade show, part excuse to spend a week at extrav... Read Post

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