The Little Rock, Ark.-based company has been shifting its focus over the past few years from a consumer-oriented business to one that is enterprise-focused; yet, the declines in consumer revenue are still taking their toll. ...More
Isis will support the iPhone, but Apple's smartphone doesn't yet offer near-field communication technology. That makes this version of mobile payments a little trickier for iPhone users than it is for Android phone owners. ...More
Sprint may be hemorrhaging customers and losing a lot of money, but so far it's not having any impact on SoftBank, the Japan-based company that just bought more than two-thirds of America's third-largest wireless operator for more than $20 billion. ...More
Core network services revenue last quarter grew 2.4 percent year over year and 0.9 percent from the previous quarter. Enterprise core network services revenue was up 7.1 percent from a year ago. ...More
AT&T Mobility has also agreed to purchase transport services from Long Lines utilizing its fiber-optic network. The transaction does not affect any of Long Lines' non-wireless network services. ...More
There's a lot of big talk about big data, but how do you know if it's a big deal for your company? A first step is understanding the differences between conventional database technologies. Craig Galbraith explains in this video.