Wireless Week magazine for July 2011 edition has been released. You can read latest news, in-depth analysis, perspectives and insights on the wireless industry for carriers, mass merchandisers and retailers in this issue. Here are feature articles for this month.
Mobile Marketing: Outside the Box
What next-gen wireless can do for Digital Out of Home (DOOH) displays may sound a little out of this world – and not that far from technology featured in the 2002 movie “Minority Report”
Road Ahead: Connected Cars
After years of struggles, the auto industry is back in business, and it’s steering directly toward the intersection of wireless and connected cars.
Keeping QoS in the Picture
While consumers gravitate to more and more mobile video, maintaining the quality of service (QoS) is top of mind.
What Cancer Studies Should Be Looking At
Contributor Elliott Drucker describes the types of variables that are left out of too many studies that examine the health effects of cell phone use.
Smartphone for Everything?
Andrew Seybold questions the wisdom of putting all your faith into a technology that’s susceptible to overcrowding and coverage constraints.
Consolidation = Improved Vertical Competition & Universal Service
Keith Mallinson puts forth his argument for further consolidation in the U.S. wireless industry.
By The Numbers
Trends in smartphone OS market shares, enterprise adoption, mobile ad revenue, mobile payments and wireless fitness for all
Remarks from the Twittersphere
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Wireless Week Magazine delivers news, analysis and trends covering all aspects of wireless communications, with a focus on technology and business issues all designed to help you make well-informed business decisions. It offers in-depth analysis, perspectives and insights on the wireless industry for carriers, mass merchandisers and retailers. Wireless Week is published 5 times a year (February, March, July, September and December).