Verizon Wireless is entering the tastemaking business. Late last week the operator introduced The Top 20 Must-Have Apps and Android App Reviews by Verizon, a pair of online tools built to help subscribers identify Verizon-endorsed applications for devices running Google's Android and Apple's iOS. The 20 Must-Have Apps site spans games, social media, entertainment, travel, news, shopping and productivity apps, complete with download links to Apple's App Store and Google Play.
We're all friends here, so we can be honest--right? Okay. In the broader tech world, telecom isn't always seen as the sexiest or coolest segment of the market.
The late evening hours are peak times for mobile video demand as well as mobile social networking, according to Citrix Systems' latest ByteMobile Mobile Analytics Report, which noted average mobile video download performance drops by 30 percent during the peak hours of service.
Citrix Systems purchased mobile web optimization firm Bytemobile to give it a larger foothold in mobile as more content gets served to customers from the cloud, Citrix's key strength. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Mobile operators may want to carefully monitor the number of tablet users they have using their wireless network. According to a new study from video optimization firm Bytemobile, tablet users drive
Mobile video optimization firm Bytemobile confirmed that it laid off a "small number" of workers in a minor reorganization, but said it is healthy and plowing ahead for 2012. Bytemobile spokeswoman
Mobile video content consumed between 40 percent and 60 percent of wireless network data traffic during the third quarter of 2011, according to new data issued by mobile web solutions provider
Mobile video optimization company Bytemobile announced a new product line designed to manage all mobile IP network traffic on a single platform. That means the company has incorporated a number of
Bytemobile's latest quarterly report indicates that video now generates 40 percent to 60 percent of mobile data traffic, and 29 percent of users who request high-resolution video are taking up about
Research from Bytemobile indicates mobile video traffic made up more than 40 percent of worldwide wireless network data traffic volume in 2010. The company predicts video will account for more than