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FB Jockeys for Inside Track in Wireless Industry

"I am not surprised at all by this move," Jeff Kagan, an independent telecom analyst, told the E-Commerce Times "The wireless world is changing and expanding," Kagan said. "Going forward, it will not necessarily be dominated by the carriers or even the handset makers."

ANALYSIS

Get Ready for World War TV

AT&T and Verizon have quietly been building a strong TV business. In fact, I read last week that where they offer service, they have almost the same market share as the cable television company leaders like Comcast, Time Warner and Cox. That's an incredible accomplishment. ...

Los Angeles, City of Fiber-Optic Lights?

LA's fiber network initiative could play out differently than the efforts from a company like Google or AT&T, said telecom analyst Jeff Kagan. "Cities and companies are motivated by different things," he told TechNewsWorld. "Cities want to provide for their people, but don't...

T-Mobile’s ‘Un-Carrier’ Strategy Pays Off

Getting to this point was no accident, telecom analyst Jeff Kagan told the E-Commerce Times. Kagan credits several savvy decisions by Legere that helped turn T-Mobile's ship around "A few years ago T-Mobile was struggling, dying on the vine," he explained. "Then the new CEO ca...

Google, Partners Caught in Patent Lawsuit Blizzard

"Court battles are always being fought behind the scenes. Obviously they are important, but they don't typically impact the competitive marketplace," telecom analyst Jeff Kagan told the E-Commerce Times. "They are the behind the scenes battles between the players." Though this...

Sprint’s Spark Starts Flying

AT&T, Verizon and the other players in the industry will definitely have time to roll out speedy networks of their own, considering Sprint's slow Spark launch, said telecom analyst Jeff Kagan. That's to be expected, but it is also a reminder to Sprint that it will need to do more...

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AT&T’s Riding Shotgun as Tesla Drives Into the Future

Why do AT&T, Tesla and iPhone work so well together? They don't play it safe. They all have the guts to drag us kicking and screaming into the future. AT&T was first to work with Apple on the iPhone, and it is first to work with Tesla. So what's next? ...

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AT&T’s Riding Shotgun as Tesla Drives Into the Future

Why do AT&T, Tesla and iPhone work so well together? They don't play it safe. They all have the guts to drag us kicking and screaming into the future. AT&T was first to work with Apple on the iPhone, and it is first to work with Tesla. So what's next? ...

Ashton Kutcher Joins Lenovo, Keeps Day Job

"I think Lenovo working with Ashton Kutcher could be a home run both on style and on substance," telecommunications analyst Jeff Kagan told TechNewsWorld. "Lenovo may be the leading computer maker today, but they have really lost much in the way of their connection to the customer. Ashton Kutcher could help them reach the customer much more effectively and emotionally."

Motorola Launches ‘Have It Your Way’ Smartphone Project

"Based on my initial impressions, I think there's going to be enough people with enough expertise to pull their resources together and create the pieces of the puzzle," telecommunications analyst Jeff Kagan told TechNewsWorld. "Whether it's going to be successful or not is the question."

LG Introduces Caressable Smartphone

"We will have to see it when it comes to market," telecommunications analyst Jeff Kagan told TechNewsWorld. G Flex Specs...

AT&T Rustles Up New Subscribers, Beats Street

That focus in growth outside of phone contracts has served the company well so far, and will be crucial to AT&T's success going forward, said tech analyst Jeff Kagan "The wireless world today is growing, but growth is changing," he told the E-Commerce Times. "Not every area in...

AT&T Rustles Up New Subscribers, Beats Street

That focus in growth outside of phone contracts has served the company well so far, and will be crucial to AT&T's success going forward, said tech analyst Jeff Kagan "The wireless world today is growing, but growth is changing," he told the E-Commerce Times. "Not every area in...

ANALYSIS

Microsoft Should Read Customers’ Lips on Windows 8

Executives tasked with deciding which technologies their companies should buy said a year ago that they didn't think Windows 8 would work for them. Consumers didn't like it either. It doesn't appear that any of them have changed their minds. The vast majority of companies and consumers are staying as far away from Windows 8 as they can. It is too different and confusing in their view. So what's going to happen next? Can Nokia help? ...

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T-Mobile’s Dangerous Game

T-Mobile USA is really trying to shake things up. Now it is offering free, unlimited, international, wireless data and texts -- something other carriers charge for. Feature after feature, T-Mobile seems like it is really trying to start on its recovery path. So is it recovering? Let's take a look ...

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Sprint’s Deafening Silence

Sprint has been holding its breath while under water for a painfully long time. Several months ago, it surfaced for a gulp of air on news it would be acquired by Softbank. Since then, I've been listening for the buzz about the new Sprint -- but so far, I'm just hearing crickets. ...

LG Jumps Out of the Box With Curvy Phone Displays

"This is not something that customers have been asking for," telecommunications analyst Jeff Kagan told the E-Commerce Times. "We see so many innovative ideas enter the marketplace every year. Some are very good. Others sound cool but end up being a big waste of time "It's lik...

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Carmakers Are Careening Down the Wrong Wireless Path

The automotive industry has begun to fully embrace wireless technology in recent years, bringing more to the driver than ever before. However, automotive companies don't fully understand wireless, and many are making a serious mistake that could harm their brand and future sales ...

FreedomPop Could Burst Big 4 Mobile Carriers’ Bubble

"It's basically for the user who wants to spend less, or who has to spend less, but wants a smartphone," said industry analyst Jeff Kagan "Traditionally smartphones are a lot more expensive than regular mobile handsets, and more expensive to use," Kagan told the E-Commerce Tim...

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Which Road Will BlackBerry Travel?

I write quite a few columns every week and every once in a while something changes and I have to rewrite. That happened Monday. ...

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