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CTIA combines its shows as carrier influence over phones, apps declines

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Instead of running two suffering conferences, mobile carrier industry group CTIA hopes to create a single successful “super mobile show”. In 2014 it’s canning its annual spring conference and will instead merge that content with its smaller enterprise-and-IT-focused show, MobileCON, which it typically holds every year in September or October....
CTIA combines its shows as carrier influence over phones, apps declines

Qualcomm aims at better battery life with Summit Micro buy

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Any buyer of a new LTE smartphone will have noticed that battery life in handsets is getting worse rather than better. The increasing complexity of today’s radio technologies and mounting demands of larger screens and more powerful processors, have all conspired to make new smartphones much bigger power hogs compared...
Qualcomm aims at better battery life with Summit Micro buy

Voice over LTE could slash smartphone battery life in half

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Wireless providers in the United States see voice over LTE, more commonly known as VoLTE, as the future of mobile phone calls. The transition to the new technology may not be well received by consumers, however. According to a new report from Spirent Communications, VoLTE can reduce a smartphone’s talk-time battery life...
Voice over LTE could slash smartphone battery life in half

T-Mobile's M2M provider Raco goes international with Sprint, Telefónica deals

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Raco Wireless, the networking specialist that powers T-Mobile’s machine-to-machine business, is expanding its technology and coverage footprint both in the U.S. and abroad. At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona it announced deals Sprint and Telefónica to tap into their networks. Raco is one of the players supplying the backend connectivity...
T-Mobile's M2M provider Raco goes international with Sprint, Telefónica deals

Meet the mobile patent kings: Samsung and Nokia

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Google, Apple and Samsung get all of the attention in the mobile patent wars, but it turns out only one of them is true powerhouse in terms of mobile intellectual property. Samsung, along with fellow handset maker Nokia, lead the overall mobile patent portfolio rankings, followed by infrastructure makers Ericsson...
Meet the mobile patent kings: Samsung and Nokia
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