Tag Archives: Android

Capped Data Plans Won’t Save Wireless Networks

The trend toward capped data plans is the latest attempt by US carriers to combat growing network congestion. AT&T was the first carrier to introduce capped data in 2010 with Verizon and T-Mobile following suit this year. Sprint recently capped … Continue reading

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Is Ice Cream Sandwich a Network Meltdown for Operators?

Google’s upcoming Android 4.0 operating system (codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich) promises great new features for managing data. New features, that is, for everyone but wireless carriers who are drowning in data. In late Oct., Google released Ice Cream Sandwich to … Continue reading

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The Galaxy S II Lands in the U.S. with Social Hub Premium Powered by SEVEN Networks

The Samsung Galaxy S II has arrived at U.S. carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile) in recent months after its debut in Europe.  The device is already being called the iPhone killer for its great form factor (thinnest 4G phone on the market), … Continue reading

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HotMail App Breaks 1 Million Download Barrier on Android Market

It’s a momentous occasion when an Android app breaks the 1 million download mark, and that’s what just happened for the Hotmail for Android app that SEVEN developed for Microsoft. The app was officially launched on Oct.3rd, and quickly became … Continue reading

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Ping® for Android Takes Messaging to New Frontiers of Accessibility, Glanceability, Simplicity

This year seems to be all about simplicity and accessibility when it comes to mobile messaging, whether it’s traditional SMS, MMS or whether it’s email, social networking, IM, or video chat- end-users are overloaded with hundreds of messages every day … Continue reading

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Mongolia Debuts Innovative Service with a Green Twist

The impact and performance of SEVEN’s push messaging has often been held up as comparable to BlackBerry (we think it’s better, and after this week we know it’s more reliable). Additionally, our highly efficient push protocol saves electricity by dramatically … Continue reading

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Hotmail Goes Android with SEVEN Networks

Exciting news: our long-standing partnership with Microsoft has taken a new turn as we announce the availability of the official Hotmail App for Android, an app SEVEN developed and are jointly marketing with Microsoft. First off, this is exciting for … Continue reading

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Samsung Galaxy S II: Samsung and SEVEN Have a Solution for Staying Social Without Going Over Your Data Plan

On the Galaxy S II, Samsung and SEVEN have teamed up to help users survive in the new world where unlimited data plans are becoming a thing of the past, and yet everyone wants to stay in touch with all … Continue reading

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SEVEN Tips to Surviving the Mobile Data Tsunami

The traditional practices of carriers where they provide services such as all-you-can-eat data plans is a thing of the past. The data tsunami is forcing them to rethink the way they deliver services while still providing a superior quality of … Continue reading

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Mobile Industry Focuses on Enhancing the ‘Mobile Lifestyle’

It’s been just over 20 years since the mobile phone made its debut as an over-sized, brief case with voice call capabilities exclusive to the upper class and business professionals with big expense accounts and a company to pay the … Continue reading

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