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November 15, 2012
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Creating Wireless Connectivity Everywhere

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  • AT&T will debut $500 Samsung broadband camera with Android
    AT&T will begin selling Samsung's new Android 4.1-based point-and-shoot digital Galaxy Camera -- complete with 4G connectivity -- for $500 on Friday, the carrier disclosed. The 16-megapixel, 21x-zoom camera can retrieve Android applications from the online Google Play store and allows users to share photos. Consumers will pay $10 to $50 a month for data plans ranging from 250 megabytes to 20 gigabytes. CNET/Crave blog (11/12), PC Magazine (11/12) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Industry Update 
  • AT&T broadens Enhanced Push-to-Talk availability
    AT&T has expanded its Enhanced Push-to-Talk service, making it commercially available to businesses of all sizes following a limited release. The service, which operates on the carrier's 4G LTE network, will work with a number of devices, including the Samsung Rugby III, Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro and the Sonim XP5560 Bolt handsets. PC Magazine (11/13), Fleet Owner (11/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Africa's broadband uptake is driven by mobile, M2M
    About two-thirds of the population of Africa has access to mobile coverage, making wireless technology -- including machine-to-machine connectivity -- the driving force for expanding broadband across the continent, industry representatives say. Alan Knott-Craig, CEO of South African mobile operator Cell C, says wireless technologies such as 4G Long-Term Evolution and the entrance of additional operators into the market will lead to service stability and will eventually bring costs down. ITNewsAfrica.com (South Africa) (11/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Technology 
  • IBM bets on BYOD with expanded mobility offerings
    IBM has broadened the offerings available in its Mobile Enterprise suite as it seeks to position itself as a dominant force in the emerging bring-your-own-device market. The additions to IBM's mobile device and application management platform include expanded consulting, new product packages and updates to Endpoint Manager, an enterprise-class security solution for iOS 6, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 8 devices. InformationWeek (11/12) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Toyota smart cars get a workout at test facility
    Toyota says it's testing a line of smart cars designed to minimize the risk of wrecks by communicating with other vehicles and sensors installed on the road. Toyota says it expects the technology, which operates over the 700 MHz band, to be ready for road tests in Japan by 2014, and that it could be fully operational within a decade. Network World (11/13) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Trends & Research 
  • Study: Apple's iPad Mini is boosting category
    The iPad Mini has brought more new customers into the tablet fold than it has cannibalized from Apple's full-size version, according to a study from Cowen & Co. "Since 52% of the Mini intenders in our sample did not own a tablet of any type, we see it successfully positioned as likely to penetrate new entry-tier segments," analyst Matthew Hoffman said. All Things D (11/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Editor's Note 
  • SmartBrief will not publish Thursday
    In observance of Thanksgiving in the U.S., SmartBrief will not be published Thursday, Nov. 22. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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