iPass mobile workforce report on mobility and productivity

iPass has published a report on 5 categories of mobile workers and how mobility enables their productivity. This edition of the iPass Mobile Workforce Report reveals the behaviors of mobile employees and identifies common characteristics to segment users into five categories (mobile minimalists, mobile minority, mobile majority, mobile masters, and mobile maniacs) by asking what technologies […]

Top 10 handsets in Asia: Nokia dominates, but iPhone is a status symbol

From TelecomAsia, the top 10 handsets in Asia as of July 2010 show Nokia’s dominance. 1. Nokia 1202 2. Nokia 2700 Classic 3. Samsung GT-E1080C 4. Nokia 5230 5. Nokia 1208 6. Nokia 5310 XpressMusic 7. Nokia 1682 Classic 8. Nokai E63 9. Samsung SCH-B 309 10. Nokai 1616 (Countries included in the survey are […]

Android phones outsell iPhones worldwide

Worldwide sales of phones that use the Google Android operating system have outstripped sales of the iPhone, according to the Gartner Group. The data include only a week’s worth of iPhone 4 sales because the iPhone 4 was released only in the last week of June 2010. I am curious to see how the figures […]

Clearwire intros $25-per-month iPhone/iPad portable hotspot

Call it the intersection of preparation and opportunity — Clearwire took a swipe at the network troubles that have been limiting the communication features of Apple iPads and iPhones with the introduction of the “iSpot,” a personal 4G/Wi-Fi hotspot that has an introductory service price of $25 per month for unlimited data use. The device, in […]

Sprint: 40,000 HTC EVO users signed up for Fring and using it 8 hours a day

While we still don’t have any concrete details on how many HTC EVO 4G smartphones Sprint has sold so far, it’s safe to assume that a lot of them have gone out the door — and according to a Sprint exec at a WiMAX symposium Tuesday, some 40,000 of those devices are now using the Fring […]