Chipset companies can throw money at increasing their brand awareness among consumers, but at the end of the day, I think people will care more about what they can experience with their mobile devices than what is inside of them.
Next week in Las Vegas tens of thousands of technology and mobile executives, professionals and enthusiasts will gather for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. As in recent years, the wireless industry will have a significant presence at the show, but from what I'm hearing from analysts and insiders there may be less of a bang at this show than in years past.
Five months ago, I submitted a review of the big events in the U.S. mobile phone market during the first half of 2010. Now that 2010 is drawing to a close, it only makes sense to take a moment and
Previous page Synaptics' Hsu said costs have come down for capacitive touchscreen technology as more manufacturers jump on board. "Growing acceptances of capacitive touch panels on the market and the
Nokia announced a research collaboration framework agreement with the University of Southern California in an effort to advance the mobile user experience. Per terms of the partnership, the handset
Who owns the UI? Companies such as TAT and Handmark have built their businesses around working with handset makers and operators on the user interface. TAT CEO Charlotta Falvin claims that her
Look below for some of TAT's user interface innovations. Click here for more.
Nexus: This product demo illustrates how the use of advanced features like LinkFlow and Drag'n'Drop can add to an
All handset makers are facing challenges in today's volatile market. FierceWireless associate editor Phil Goldstein recently talked with Omar Khan, Samsung's senior vice president of strategy, about
The first Android-based handset hit the market this week when T-Mobile USA released the hotly-anticipated G1--however, insiders are now buzzing about the next wave of Android devices, specifically
AT&T announced the Online Experience Store, a digital storefront promising subscribers a 3-D shopping model complete with interactive demonstrations and tutorials spotlighting the operator's