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IT administrators have many challenges simply monitoring and managing today's complex web of workloads, servers and clients. What happens when vehicles, copiers, security devices, smartphones, tablets and who knows what else appear on the network?
Study by Arieso shows smartphones trumping tablets for the first time in data consumption, putting further pressure on mobile operators to better strategize their network coverage and management.
In addition to jumping on the Windows Phone 8 bandwagon, the mobile carrier is trying its hand at hawking Windows 8 slates.
T-Mobile just launched some new no annual contract mobile broadband plans in an attempt to get customers using their fast HSPA+ network. You can use tablets, mobile hotspots, and laptop sticks with these new plans.
Fuzebox has rolled out a new cloud-based telepresence solution for tablets that is touted to be available on any network from virtually anywhere.
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LightSquared teams with Sharp to get smartphones and tablets for its 4G LTE network. Sharp gets to expand its presence the U.S. mobile market.
As long-term evolution (LTE) networks, such as Telstra's new 4G network, bring about super fast mobile broadband to consumers across the globe, they could also potentially open up smartphones, tablets and other devices to hacks that previously only concerned PC users, according to network vendor Alcatel-Lucent.
Comcast has been promising for some time now that it would bring live TV to the iPad, and the cable giant looks like it's getting closer to its goal. According to a story on MacRumors, the company is readying its AnyPlay service, which will use a special Motorola box to relay broadcasts to your iPad (and presumably Android tablets) over your wireless home network.
Mobile handsets and tablets could become cyberattackers' only means to steal organizational data or disrupt network traffic but remain complementary entry points for now, say Trend Micro execs.
The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, both published by Philadelphia Media Network, will sell Android tablets this year with subscriptions to both newspapers in digital form.
There is very little that we can do as a society to stop of the flood of mobile devices vying for wireless connections around the world. But what technology innovators CAN do is look for ways to minimize the environmental impact of the network infrastructure being deployed to support all those mobile phones, personal digital assistant and (now) tablets vying seeking to connect.
Sierra Wireless will be one of the first to release an embedded 4G broadband network module for laptops and tablets. They won't be the last.
Verizon unveiled its list of the 38 U.S. cities that will get 4G LTE service by the end of 2010. See what Verizon said about the potential LTE devices, including the iPhone.
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