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Zipwhip Highlights from CTIA 2014

Another exciting CTIA Super Mobility Week is in the books. The event is the nation’s largest forum for mobile innovation where industry leaders discuss the latest mobility trends today with industry peers. 271 more words

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BlackBerry Highlights at CTIA 2014: News, Speaking Sessions and Awards

Last week, BlackBerry was in Las Vegas for CTIA’s Super Mobility Week, North America’s largest forum for mobile innovations. It was a busy event for BlackBerry leaders, who participated in various keynotes and expert speaking sessions while discussing the biggest mobility trends today with our industry peers and partners. 719 more words


Weekly output: iPhone upgrades, iPhone 6 cases, safer retail payment options

Although I was out in the Pacific time zone this week, I didn’t go to Cupertino for Apple’s event Tuesday. I was in Las Vegas instead for CTIA’s Super Mobility Week trade show–but most of the writing I did there was not directly related to the show. 334 more words

Weekly Output

Halfway around the world in less than two weeks

I racked up 13,686 miles in the air over the last two weeks–with about 21 hours on the ground between each trip–and yet the experience didn’t physically destroy me as I expected. 606 more words


New NeverLost and More

“Just because something doesn’t do what you planned it to do doesn’t mean it’s useless.” – Thomas Edison

Most creative and innovative people have realized the above statement to be true!

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Research Shows Truphone's Effect on International Business Communication

Henry T. Ford’s famous line, “If I’d asked people what they wanted, they would have said ‘faster horses’, really explains the innovators challenge.  When cars first appeared on the roads, drivers would actually have people on horseback ride out in front – waving flags. 744 more words

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The slippery slope of FCC internet regulation

Carriers began deploying 4G/LTE service in 2010. Now, imagine your mobile Internet experience frozen in time at that point with no subsequent innovation. Imagine if new mobile app developers had to hire regulatory attorneys to navigate hundreds, if not thousands, of pages in the Code of Federal Regulations. 102 more words

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