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Mobileys innovation challenge announces winners

Sponsored: To celebrate and support the many ways in which mobile technology is making the world a better place, the Mobileys challenged innovators across the nation to submit their game-changing mobile apps, products and services -- and win $10,000 if awarded first place.

The Focus of Connectivity and Mobility is Moving to Developing Economies

The mobile device and connectivity markets in developing nations are far different than in mature economies such as the U.S. and Europe.

2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday shopping can be tough, we know. Finding the best gift for your loved ones can be a pain, but we're here to help. This is the Mobile Nations 2014 Holiday Gift Guide so we can help you find the perfect gift for every name on your list. Show More Summary

Ferguson: Michael Brown Protesters Issue ’19 Rules Of Engagement’ To Police

Ferguson police officer agree to some rules of engagement as demanded by Michael Brown shooting protesters. The Darren Wilson grand jury decision could be handed down as early as tomorrow. Governor Jay Nixon mobilized the National Guard and gun sales in St. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Some lessons on mobilizing the 'rising American electorate'

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) GOTV canvassing team in Miami-Dade. If our base turns out, we win. You've probably heard that line quite a few times if you read this blog. After all, the guy who founded the place says it often. Show More Summary

Missouri Gov. Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Nixon cited the "possibility of expanded unrest" in giving the order to mobilize the Missouri National Guard. [ more › ]

Why Comrade Cameron went all Russell Brand on the UK’s mobile networks

National Roaming R??olution, innit! Source: www.theregister.co.uk The Telegraph is not exactly a subtle publication, and this article is no exception. For once though, I’m not sure I agree with their read of the situation. Establishing a single shared infrastructure in deep rural not-spots is not a communist solution as the title suggests, it’s actually a […]

Live Nation, Vice Media announce plans for music-themed platform

Live Nation Entertainment Inc. and Vice Media announced on Wednesday the launch of a new music-themed video service for mobile phones, Internet and TV.

Live Nation, Vice Media announce plans for music-themed platform

Live Nation Entertainment Inc. and Vice Media announced on Wednesday the launch of a new music-themed video service for mobile phones, Internet and TV.

National roaming: why mobile operators are fighting the UK government

The concept of national roaming first appeared back in June, when Culture Secretary Sajid Javid began advocating a system that would allow UK mobiles to switch networks in places where the carrier they're supposed to be on offers no signal. The idea...

Lewis B. Puller Successfully Completes Float-Off

   The Navy's third Mobile Landing Platform (MLP), Lewis B. Puller successfully completed launch and float-off at the General Dynamics National Steel and Shipbuilding Co.

Is national roaming the right solution to mobile not-spots?

It seems like an obvious way to improve matters and Culture Secretary Sajid Javid is in favour, but the proposal has many critics as is clear from this piece in today’s “Guardian” newspaper.

Iraq cell phone carriers to pay $307 million for 3G airwaves

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Iraq’s mobile phone network operators have agreed to pay $307 million each for radio spectrum, enabling them to launch higher-speed 3G mobile internet services in the war-torn country in two months, a senior official at the national regulator told Reuters. Iraq is one of the few Middle East...

Expecting Apple Pay to Sweep the Nation? Prepare to Be Disappointed

There’s been no shortage of hype surrounding the iEverything maker’s new mobile payment feature, but it will likely be a long time before consumers get onboard.

Chromebook Adoption Surges: IESD Survey

The Business Edition: 2014 National Surveyon Mobile Technology asked TechnologyDirectors, CIOs, and CTOs to identify thetop platforms for mobile technology, inorder to help developers and businessesprioritize their latest software development.

When Black Americans Vote, We Determine Elections

This Election Day, the potential impact of African-American voters is making headlines. The New York Times and The Nation recently reported that mobilizing black voters is the key to winning. And the data from 2008, 2010 and 2012 are clear: When black Americans vote, we determine elections.

Survey confirms yard signs, open houses taking a back seat to mobile

It's official: homebuyers, particularly young ones, are now more likely to get information from mobile apps and websites than yard signs and open houses, according to the National Association of Realtors profile of home buyers and sellers released today. Show More Summary

Starbucks to Pour Record Profits Into Mobile Commerce and Innovation

The chain brought in over $16.4 billion this year. Coffee behemoth Starbucks is making an insane amount of money and CEO Howard Schultz plans on using the cash to boost its "mobile commerce" efforts. According to Nation's Restaurant News, the chain has ended the 2014 fiscal year with a net income of $2.1 billion. Show More Summary

UK government may force networks to offer national roaming with new legislation

New legislation could be in the works to effectively force UK operators to offer roaming options for customers where signal is poor. The UK government continues to work with mobile carriers on a solution to address black spots and areas where signal is hard to come by. Show More Summary

UK government may force networks to offer national roaming with new legislation

New legislation could be in the works to effectively force UK operators to offer roaming options for customers where signal is poor. The UK government continues to work with mobile carriers on a solution to address black spots and areas where signal is hard to come by. Show More Summary

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