Mobile customers are increasingly using their handsets for services beyond the basic calling and texting. Yet while more than half of U.S. mobile customers have accessed the Internet via their handset, only 29 percent have used their handset to check their bank accounts. according to a new report.
Verizon Wireless maintained its lead as the world's largest LTE operator during the second quarter of 2012, helping the United States top all other markets with 47 percent of global LTE connections, according to Wireless Intelligence.
As part of its effort to prove that additional spectrum is a necessary ingredient to power further advancements in the U.S. wireless industry, trade association CTIA gathered together a collection of third-party research demonstrating, among other things, U.S. leadership in mobile broadband usage.
It is far too early to consign mobile voice and SMS to the land of buggy whips, as both services have considerable life in them despite the dramatic uptake of data over mobile broadband, according to market research firm Infonetics Research.
Nearly 30 percent of video service customers watch paid content on some form of handheld device, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 U.S. Residential Pay-to-View Study.
Leap Wireless International ( NASDAQ:LEAP ) and MetroPCS ( NYSE:PCS ) discussed their latest LTE strategies as they revealed their first-quarter 2012 earnings last month. While both are bullish on the
The number of connected televisions expected to ship worldwide by 2016 could nearly triple from 2011, with revenues reaching $117 billion, a new report from IMS Research forecasts. Only 25 percent of
Global IPTV subscriptions approached 60 million by the end of 2011, pushed by a fourth quarter that saw the largest subscriber increase ever, according to new research from Point Topic. The
New research forecasts that monthly pay-TV bills, which hit an average of $86 for basic and premium TV service last year, could top $200 by 2020. The NPD Group said that despite consumer household
Looking to get into a strong growth industry? You don't have to look too far, says NPD's In-Stat: The hybrid TV world is poised to take off. The researcher, in a new study released today, said it