The T-Mobile Sprint deal wins merger approval, and no doubt wreaking competitive havoc is on the agenda for the new entity, called The New T-Mobile. That said, there’s more ahead than just shaking up the mobile carrier space. Here’s my perspective on the merger and the various 5G benefit claims made by The New T-Mobile, along with what’s likely ahead for cable operators. There are also some concerns that loom ahead, including delivering on the promised benefits, legal approval of the Dish Network settlement, and securing approval from the California Public Utility Commission.
Samsung held its 2020 Unpacked Event in San Francisco where it unveiled its new devices and a look at what the future of Samsung Mobile looked like.
Broadcom has announced an agreement to sell $15 Billion worth of mobile parts to Apple in the next 3 years, but what are these parts? Is this a big deal?
At NRF 2020, Samsung launched the XCover Pro mobile device. Partnering with Microsoft, the new device embeds Microsoft Teams pushing retail innovation.
At CES 2020 Samsung rolled out its new Galaxy Chromebook. Traditionally big for education and light consumer use, does this have commercial potential?
At CES 2020, Dell used the platform to launch a number of new devices including a new 15 inch Latitude 9000, which should be perfect for commercial users.
Intel’s Project Athena, which certifies its definition of ACPCs offered significant announcements at CES 2020, including several new certified designs.
5G is heating up in the US and after TMobile recently launched its nationwide low band 5G, AT&T has expanded into seven more US cities.
In a surprising move from its normal acquisition terror, Broadcom is reportedly looking to exit the RF business, which could mean opportunity for Apple.
At Dreamforce 2019, Salesforce and Apple announced the launch of two new applications and a new SDK to bring Salesforce to the next level on iOS.