Tag Archives: 3G

The World’s Tallest Mountain Has Gone 3G

Intro in fact, full article;o) : Climbers of Mount Everest spent the past 24 hours updating Facebook statuses, after Nepal’s first-ever 3G connection was switched on yesterday at the base camp. The first use of the service? Making the world’s highest … Continue reading

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Caring and sharing, by all means – but not with networks

Key Points: Australian operators Telstra and Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) announced last week that they will call a halt to their network sharing agreement in 2012. A number of operators in any given market could share their network infrastructure and … Continue reading

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Emerging Market Handset Strategies- Is Content King?

Intro: It might seem counterintuitive, but for the device manufacturer, content stategy for emerging markets could be just as important as their content plans for developed ones. And this is the case even though in such markets 3G networks may … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s transformation through Ray Ozzie’s eyes

Key points: In the realm of the service-centric ‘seamless OS’ we’re well on the path to having Windows Live serve as an optional yet natural services complement to the Windows and Office software.  In the realm of ‘seamless productivity’, Office … Continue reading

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