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Mark Zuckerberg and Tom Wheeler to speak at MWC!

Event announcement!

GSMA Mobile World Congress 2015 is less than two weeks away and  the 2015 MWL Keynote Speakers, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, and Tom Wheeler, FCC  is confirmed at the event. 87 more words


Innovation for connected world: MWC sets stage for collaboration to tackle the big issues

by Nitin Dahad

With everyone in tech talking about connected devices, connected cities, wearable technologies and so on, it seems we will all be connected and be able to access information about our homes, lives, environment and public services at anytime and anywhere.   794 more words

The Humble Phone Number Is Telco's Trump Card in the Digital/Social Media Age

(NOTE: I originally published this post on LinkedIn in November, 2014)

Last week Twitter announced the launch of Digits, the company’s password replacement initiative, which relies on a user’s phone number instead of email address for authentication. 513 more words

UL and 7Layers introduce GSMA test solution of UICC-based NFC functionality in mobile devices

The GSMA has produced technical core requirements (TS.26 NFC Handset API & requirements) and related test cases (TS.27 NFC Test book) for testing the UICC based NFC functionality in mobile devices. 265 more words

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Empowering digital citizenship through mobile technology

At GSMA Mobile 360 Africa, held in Cape Town in November, I sat on a panel about Empowering the Digital Citizen. Below are my speaking notes. 893 more words


CABI-led consortium secures GSMA funding to aidp three million people access nutrition information using mobile technology. The consortium comprises CABI, BMJ, the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and Oxfam GB. 99 more words

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2015 will be the year when mobile begins to impact almost everything

by Nitin Dahad

The ubiquity of mobile communications has the potential to impact almost every part of society and industry sector. Mobile can enable digital inclusion… 767 more words