Monthly Archives: October 2012

Smartphone Impact on Network Gets Cloudy

New cloud-based smartphone services are emerging that will increase the amount of time smartphones are online – and increase their impact on the network. Some of these new services are taking on-device functions and moving them to the cloud.  Take … Continue reading

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How to Make the Internet Mobile

In a long and interesting interview published in India’s Economic Times, the co-founder and chief scientist of the market’s leading content delivery network (CDN) says the Internet wasn’t built to handle the 35-billion devices now connected to it – many … Continue reading

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Hotmail Ranked #5 Top Free Android App by TechRadar

One year after announcing our Hotmail app for Android that we developed and jointly market with Microsoft, we’re pleased to announce that the app has been named one of the top 60 best free Android apps of 2012 by TechRadar. … Continue reading

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Wi-Fi Helps, But it Won’t be Enough to Combat the Wireless Signaling Storm

FierceWireless recently shared an article on the history of Wi-Fi, which included early skepticism from wireless carriers about how the technology could be used as a cellular offload. The article goes on to discuss the various ways carriers viewed Wi-Fi … Continue reading

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