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is a group created to help facilitate broadband content as a significant entry in the great tradition of innovation from Hollywood - the entertainment and information industries. "The Consortium" will not only meet at trade events such as Digital Hollywood, Building Blocks 2006 or CES, but also to hold "Creative Retreats" for to help broaden and enhance the reach and future of Broadband Content. To that end, the VIP Dinner of the Advisory Committee to the "Hollywood and the Digital Consumer: Music, Movies, TV, News & Sports" Consortium will be held at this event Monday, October 29th 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Track I: Hollywood 2.0 ...
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Open Gardens » Whitepaper: Mobile VoIP – Approaching the Tipping ...
based on my vision and philosophy of OpenGardens i.e. the philosophical opposite of 'walled gardens' especially as applicable to the mobile data industry. Today, the OpenGardens blog is one of the few blogs that span both the Web and the Mobile domains. The blog covers wireless/mobile applications, open networks and mobile web 2.0. My vision behind the OpenGardens blog has been : The blog is about the Mobile data industry and Digital convergence('Mobile web 2.0') Analysis is more important than story/controversy. I don't believe that bloggers are true journalists. The blog is not about the latest ... market research, surveys and trends


Broadband Home Report: December 17, 2007 Issue
subscription video services for years, while in the US until recently there has been far more talk than action. That has changed. Several signposts indicate that telco-provided video services are near the tipping point in the US. One is how the discussion time is split between technology and services. A second is how many consumers are actually paying for the services. A third is how many markets the services are offered in. All have advanced a long way in the past year. When we covered TelcoTV 2006 a year ago, several technology issues were front and center in the conference discussions. These included: The lateness to market ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Sprint CEO at CTIA: 4G is tipping point for mobile video - Mobile ...
LAS VEGAS - During his keynote address, Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint Nextel Corp., discussed the benefits of 4G technology and said that once it is the standard, mobile video distribution will explode. Mr. Hesse was interviewed by master of ceremonies Steve Largent, president/CEO of CTIA-The Wireless Association. The keynote came one day after Sprint unveiled the HTC EVO, the first dual-mode 3G/4G Android-based smartphone that serves as a mobile WiFi hotspot and features YouTube HQ (high quality). �With 3G you can email and surf the Internet, but now you have mobile entertainment demands and 3G is getting exhausted�it�s like Scotty ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
AT&T's CTO artfully avoids the issues
conference in San Francisco on Monday, AT&T’s Chief Technology Officer John Donovan discussed convergence, the “consumerization of enterprise,” and the surge in mobile broadband, all while artfully managing to avoid the meat of the main issues faced by the carrier. In a keynote entitled “What the boom in connected devices means for carriers,” Donovan, whose firm has faced vociferous criticism about the poor quality of its iPhone strained network, managed to blame the “flood of new chipsets, phones, and applications,” for all of the mobile world’s problems, although he did grudgingly admit a network component shortage had played ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Germany marks 25 New York City premieres
The special industry screenings of new German films in New York City have now showcased 25 titles since debuting in November 2004. On June 14 at Tribeca Cinemas, Oliver Mahrdt of German Films Service + Marketing welcomed director Ralf Hüttner and world sales agent Dirk Schürhoff of Munich, Germany-based Beta Cinema for a showing of Vincent Wants to Sea ( Vincent will meer ). Enthusiastically received, this vibrant road movie has character, heart and humor, and certainly was the perfect milestone addition to German Premieres. “It is quite surprising in the fast-paced city of New York that we were able to create a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Mobile Networks at the Tipping Point: The Data Explosion and Next ...
network finds itself at a critical tipping point. The iPhone pioneer, AT&T, ... expansion in mobile broadband service and the rise of iconic smartphone and ..... Recent traffic load analysis had pointed to video comprising as much as ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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At the E-government Broadband Workshop, former Fort Wayne, Indiana Mayor Graham Richard showed how digital solutions can make city government more efficient and more accessible.  For instance, when the city was considering adding to its fleet of street sweepers, it first installed a wireless tracking device on existing sweepers to see if they were being used efficiently.  They weren't.  Using information from the wireless monitoring, the city was able to create routes that were much more efficient, saving the city the cost of purchasing another truck and the staff to run it. A Public Notice (PN) we are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Wireless Broadband Utopia: Are We There Yet? - Knowledge@Wharton
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Why haven't video calls taken off | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
Nobody is taking in consideration what consumers want and the way they behave. This is a typical case were the telecom industry had put technology before the consumer understanding. Video calling has not taken off because many reasons: 1. When it was launch the price was 2 or 3 times more expensive than a voice call. Today in most of the countries is the same but there is a perception that is expensive still. 2. Handset availability. 3G handset penetration is still low. This will change dramatically in the next 2 or 3 years ,but today is an issue still. Beside, Japan were there most of the handsets are 3G(>90%), the penetration ...
When will Amazon build an Android-based eBook reader for ...
Meet Alex, the new Google Android OS-based e-book reader from Spring Design. Only one day before Barnes & Noble releases their e-reader and on the same day as the Que release, the Bay Area-based is trying to steal the thunder with its dual-screen, 6-inch Electronic Paper Display (EPD) gadget. Alex, the first Android-based e-book device, includes a removable SD card, speaker and headphone jack built-in. It’s also capable of web browsing via Wi-Fi, 3G, EVDO/CDMA and GSM. The key aspect is the Duet Navigator feature, which lets the reader cut and paste content captured on the color touchscreen and send it back to the black and ...