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Diving Into Davos: Mobile Takeaways From the WEF Annual Meeting

What if I told you that in the not so distant future we could be living in a world where emerging nations are the central hub of innovation, introducing new technologies to the developed world? Indeed, the notion of who is and who is not an international power player is beginning to turn on its head. And nowhere was this sense of expanding business models and worldviews more palpable than at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, which I recently had the pleasure of attending along with several member of the executive team.

Apr 17, 2012 by William Davidson

Slow Mobile Web? It’s the Entire Industry’s Problem

Are you reading this on your phone or tablet? Did the page load as quickly as you wanted? Chances are that it didn’t. Here’s what’s going on. Compuware recently published “What Users Want from Mobile,” a 2011 survey of 4014 consumers worldwide on their expectations for mobile Web site and application performance. Let me cut to the chase:

Aug 10, 2011 by Sayeed Choudhury

What kind of mobile experience do you expect?

I think I’m a pretty typical mobile user, which means I have high expectations with no room for compromise. I want to be connected all the time and anywhere I happen to be. I want great performance and I want the battery to last all day.

May 23, 2011 by Michelle Leyden Li

What makes Snapdragon mobile processors tick? Listen for yourself.

If you’re like me and you channel your inner geek, I bet you’ve always wondered what makes Snapdragon mobile processors tick. Well, wonder no more. I’d like to invite you to listen in on the second in our Snapdragon mobile processor webinar series featuring Qualcomm’s Charlie Mater (VP, Product Management) who gives an in-depth overview of the Snapdragon family of system-on-chip (SoC) solutions and Qualcomm’s CPU micro-architecture.

May 18, 2011 by Michelle Leyden Li

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