CES 2016 It is that time of year again. The annual technology conference which everyone loves to hate. Last year I laid out my strategy for approaching mega trade shows […]
In my post looking at all the good that Microsoft did for Nokia Networks, I touched on a subject that I want to explore further- the wireless infrastructure market. I […]
This morning, Microsoft announced that it was shutting down what was left of Nokia. There has been a ton written today about the strategic, personal, historical and branding implications of […]
Qualcomm announced a settlement of the NDRC China investigation. The very dense press release raises as many questions as it answers. Bad news: a 46% reduction in royalty rates. Good news: lots of friends in China, audit rights and the ability to charge royalties for TD phones. Hard to fully gauge, but seems like a net positive.
Some of you may have noticed that I have not been writing as frequently over the past few months. Today’s news should explain that. I have been a little busy. When […]
A couple weeks ago I wrote three pieces on privately-held Artemis and their pCell technology. (Parts One, Two and Three.) Artemis is proposing something really interesting, a new approach to […]
Benedict Evans had an interesting post out over the weekend, “Railways and WhatsApp”, in which he makes a good analogy between wireless operators and railways. His point being that the wireless […]