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Back from Vacation

Posted by Sam Churchill on July 15th, 2013

Dailywireless is back from vacation. We’re now moved to a new place on the Columbia River. Thanks for your patience. – Sam Churchill, Editor, Dailywireless

Galaxy S-IV: Spring?

Posted by Sam Churchill on February 6th, 2013

Samsung is rumored to announce the Galaxy S IV on March 15, says SamMobile. Samsung will release the Galaxy S IV from the beginning of April, says the website, after the big Mobile World Congress at the end of February. Galaxy phones have been huge hits for Samsung, helping to make the company the largest […]

LTE Growth Compared

Posted by Sam Churchill on January 30th, 2013

Jim Patterson, CEO of Patterson Advisory Group, breaks out the LTE numbers in the latest quarterly reports from Verizon and AT&T, in a story at RCR Wireless: The migration to smartphones accelerated in Q4, and with it the rapid migration to Verizon Wireless’ more efficient/profitable LTE network. Nearly all of the of the 9.8 million […]

Microsoft Launches Azure Streaming Services for Developers

Posted by Sam Churchill on January 23rd, 2013

Microsoft today announced the general availability release of Windows Azure Media Services. With today’s release, developers now have everything they need to quickly build great, extremely scalable, end-to-end media solutions for streaming on-demand video to consumers on any device. With Windows Azure Media Services, you can stream video to HTML5, Flash, Silverlight, Windows 8, iPad, […]

Most Popular Dailywireless Stories of 2012

Posted by Sam Churchill on December 30th, 2012

I went though my Google Analytics and found the most viewed 15 stories on 2012. Here they are starting from the most popular on down. Popularity can be a bit arbitrary, depending on whether some site picked up the story, or some other phenomena. For what it’s worth, here were the most popular stories of […]

FCC Approves Dish Spectrum for Mobile Broadband

Posted by Sam Churchill on December 11th, 2012

Today the FCC announced they have unanimously approved Dish to use 40 MHz of underutilized satellite spectrum for land-based mobile broadband, including 4G LTE. We accomplished this by removing regulatory barriers that limited this spectrum to satellite use. Carefully balanced technical requirements will unlock tremendous value in both the AWS-4 band and the 10 MHz […]