On the go in major U.S. cities
On the go in major U.S. cities

On the go in major U.S. cities where is your mobile functionality the best, the fastest? According to a report just published by RootMetrics, the best cities for mobile performances are Lansing, MI, Indianapolis, IN, and Atlanta, GA, in that order. The communities in which mobile users find the most frustration are Hudson Valley, NY, […]

Could the U.S. lead in 5G?
Could the U.S. lead in 5G?

Could the U.S. lead in 5G? That’s a question the U.S. government’s top communications regulators want answered – and they want it answered quickly. 5G is short-hand for the next generation – the 5th generation – of wireless internet infrastructure. A 5G wireless internet infrastructure would deliver data to and from mobile devices (and, really, […]

Be forgotten on Google but remembered on Project Fi
Be forgotten on Google but remembered on Project Fi

In two swift moves over recent days, Internet users have discovered they can be forgotten on Google but remembered on Project Fi. The search and advertising giant decided late last week to extend its European Union-demanded “right to be forgotten” on Google searches to everyone across the globe. And only days later the company announced […]

Twitter testing “View Tweet Activity”
Twitter testing “View Tweet Activity”

For daily Twitter conversations, tweeting and retweeting, I use Twitter’s App on Android. Today, we explored a new feature of this mobile app: “View Tweet Activity” See a short video on Instagram This new mobile feature has not rolled out yet to all Twitter users and I suspect it’s still in testing mode. Let’s explore the […]

5G mobile network – 100x faster
5G mobile network – 100x faster

A 5G mobile network – perhaps as soon as five years away – will be 50 to 100 times faster than any current 4G WiMax or LTE mobile network. And the BCC reports the next generation mobile network will change the world with speeds up to 800 gigabits per second. (Some 4G networks running 10 […]

A mobile (device) world – 90% by 2020
A mobile (device) world – 90% by 2020

Mobile devices will be used by 90 percent of the world’s population older than six by 2020. That’s means 6.1 billion people will be using mobile devices just over five years from now, according to a new Ericsson Mobility Report, compiled by the giant Swedish company which builds equipment, software and networks for mobile devices. […]