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Verizon's LTE network provides an excellent experience for US customers. They continue to improve their network with the adoption of the new AWS spectrum.
Despite being key pillars in protecting online freedom of speech, one Irish political party member wants open-source browsers and anonymous networks scrutinised by EU nations.
Empirix uses an advanced analytics engine to continuously and proactively evaluate carrier network performance and customer experience metrics to automatically identify issues as they emerge.
Chrome 31 aims to bring portable native code to the desktop browser and a more native app experience for web apps on Android.
Google has done a good job with the Chrome browser on mobile platforms. The beta version rivals the desktop experience on Android and is lightning fast, which is shown on video.
The Mumbai-based startup is pushing a social network that allows users to draw from others' product experience for reviews on their wishlists, which it says is currently a broken model.
Friday's answer to "What did Yahoo buy today?" is a social networking browser.
Mozilla and BlackBerry are sharing desktop, mobile and browser security experience.
Microsoft browser comes bearing WebGL, new developer tools, network prioritisation, and battery improvements.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, GA partnered with Cisco and AT&T to build a next-generation Wi-Fi network and mobile app to enhance the museum’s visitor experience.
Servers are big boxes of stuff just waiting to break. Over the weekend I got to play network administrator, and the experience has convinced me it's time to get rid of my dedicated server and move everything to hosted services.
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LTE provides consumers with a broadband-like mobile experience, and operators with increased network efficiency. So why isn’t it more widespread? Because there are still a few more speed bumps on the road.
Chinese Internet company admits search giant Baidu will continue to dominate in 2013, but is banking on providing a better user experience through its browser and focusing on mobile search.
Negative consumer feedback on service quality is piling on for mobile operators and will only worsen over the festive period, but telcos deny seeing more complaints and pledge to continue beefing up their networks.
India's operator sets up a network experience center in the city of Gurgoan to monitor its systems and plan a response early when a breakdown occurs.
Telcos may see more control over network access to over-the-top service providers, but face tough balancing act to ensure customer experience doesn't drop and innovation continues among third-party providers.
Google has released an iOS version of its Chrome browser, after taking the Android version out of beta earlier this week.In a blog post on Thursday, Chrome chief Sundar Pichai said the move would give users "a consistent, personalised web experience across all devices".
Saturation of fixed-line broadband market prompts operators to turn to value-added services for revenue growth, but market watchers note they also need to understand their network usage to provide better user experience.
Redmond's education push gains momentum as global network of Catholic schools signs up, but analysts reckon Google can catch up by improving user experience and product integration.
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