Regardless, with Apple, I now have a benchmark of what a great authentic experience is like. And I hope that the other service providers in my life can elevate their game based on that or even exceed it. Just like what Mr. X asked for.
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Editor’s note: Last November, we ran a guest blog by Ellen Alarilla, the Head of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibilities for South East Asia and Oceania, on a trip she took to Dhaka. Today, we feature another post from Ellen, this time about how her family used smartphones and social media during a visit to [...]
Selfie, the art of taking pictures of yourself, became the word of the year in 2013. We practice the art mostly with the front camera of our smartphones. The betting is on what we will call the pictures of larger groups, with phones on a stick and remote control.
Until now you could rely on full mobile coverage throughout a city – at least for voice and as long as you were outdoors. But with indoor use increasing and new applications with higher demands, we are now moving into an app coverage paradigm. In his latest passionate prediction, Networked Society evangelist Peter Linder explains [...]
“Two weeks without my smartphone is not a life!” That is what my daughter concluded when she finally got her beloved companion back from the mobile repair shop. And isn’t it true: a device and well-functioning broadband have become a necessity in our lives today. And this is not only the case for people, but [...]
At the AT&T M2M Hackathon in Plano TX, September 14-15, when we used the Ericsson Unity Platform to answer one simple question: can we get an egg in space, and if so will it explode or freeze?
The widespread availability of mobile networks and the steady growth of mobile broadband in emerging markets is opening unexpected doors for convenient and affordable societal innovations.
Mobile broadband technology lets people transport data securely, faster and while traveling. Today I want to discuss the transformative and disruptive nature of mobile financial services, and how they [...]
With currently 1.7 billion mobile broadband subscriptions globally (Ericsson Mobility Report, June 2013) and data usage growing fast, the basic notions of “coverage” and “capacity” are proving more important than ever.
Smartphone users have frequent issues with internet connectivity. As many as 60 percent of users in the study experience problems at least once a week and 33 percent encounter problems daily. It makes me wonder about the changing perceptions we have of such important things as connectivity and speed.
And so it begins. Opening day of Mobile World Congress. 67,000 experts on mobility, technology, radio networks, chipsets, applications, network this, network that, and not to forget – marketing professionals – it’s an event on a gigantic scale.