CDMA pushes up handset sales
- TELECOM TURMOIL. Johnson, Mark // Global Finance;May2001, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p48
Talks about the impact of the launching of third-generation (3G) mobile phones on the telecommunications and information technology industries. How to justify the costs of 3G and broadband investment; Key for future consolidation in the mobile telephone sector; Information on the merger and...
- IT chiefs have no 3G plans. Favell, Andy // Computer Weekly;10/3/2002, p3
Reports that the majority of information technology decision-makers have no plans to deploy third-generation mobile technology. Results of a survey of information technology personnel conducted by Enterprise Wireless Technology; Percentage of respondents citing confusion over multiple wireless...
- New technology forces politeness. Best, Paul // RCR;09/13/99, Vol. 18 Issue 37, p70
Reports on South Australian-based Centre for Telecommunications Information Networking's device called Politeness which serves to silence the mobile phone's rings in certain areas labelled as `politeness zones'. Emission of low-powered radio signal within `politeness zones,' switching mobile...
- CONNECTION. Brown, Greg; Colitt, Raymond // Latin Trade (English);Dec2003, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p39
Presents an update on information technology in Latin America as of December 15, 2003. Extent of Internet networking usage; State of electronic commerce in Brazil; Projection on cellular telephone handset sales in Latin America from 2004 to 2007.
- The Social and Economic Implications of Mobile Telephony in Rwanda: An Ownership/Access Typology. Donner, Jonathan // Knowledge, Technology & Policy;Summer2006, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p17
In Jonathan Donner's study of Rwandan users, the mobile phone is an expensive and treasured item, used in the main by small individual businessmen and women, where it has the power to expand the horizons of their business and open up their workplace and work schedule, allowing them to organise...
- Knowing How Much Is Enough. Coffee, Peter // PC Week;05/17/99, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p48
Questions whether computers are more advanced than consumers need them to be. Problem of diminishing returns on expensive information technology; Example of the growth of cellular phone usage, while digital phone growth slows; How the increasing capabilities of entry-level personal computers...
- Time Machine. // Latin Trade (English);May2006, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p10
The article presents a history of trade in Latin America. In 1996, it was forecasted that the number of cell phones in Brazil is expected to zoom to 6 million by 1998, an enormous market for the private investors who will win bids to provide the expanded service. In 2001, the future for Latin...
- Calculations on the Go. Eby, Michael // EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance;Jan2013, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p5
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on the topics including information technology, merits of mobile technology, and software programs.
- Infowarrior tests weapons on Comdex floor. Coffee, Peter // PC Week;11/29/99, Vol. 16 Issue 48, p54
Names the information tools used by the author while attending the 1999 Comdex/Fall trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Plantronic headset for the Nokia 6160 cellphone; Sony Vaio 505FX notebook PC; Olympus D-500L camera.