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Virtual Worlds: And the Children Shall Lead

Virtual worlds, despite all the press attention of late, are still in the early stages of development. Virtual worlds came into existence several years before YouTube, MySpace and Facebook, but their adoption rates pale in comparison to these services. Only 7 percent of Internet gamers ages 13 and o...

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The Evolution of US Mobile Broadband Wireless

In the U.S. mobile broadband market, all major mobile carriers except T-Mobile have launched 3G mobile networks. At the end of 2006, out of the 225 million cellular subscribers in the United States, 15 million used a 3G-based mobile broadband service via cell phone, PDA, laptop or other device. Also...

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Next Stop for Europe’s Broadband Market: Quadruple Play

The European broadband market is growing rapidly. At the end of Q2 2007, there were close to 100 million broadband subscribers in Europe. DSL remains the dominant access technology, with over 80 percent of the market share. Nordic countries remain the leaders in broadband penetration, with penetrati...

EXPERT ADVICE

It’s All About the ‘Experience’

Service providers, much like people, react to change in different ways. The Chinese word for "crisis" embodies two characters -- one means "danger" and the other "opportunity." The smart way for service providers to handle the current changes is to identify the dangers and seize the opportunities. E...

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

Who Will Win the 4G Race?

Many entities have used the term "4G" to refer to a next-generation technology that delivers much better performance than the current 3G standards. For example, Sprint is referring to its planned Mobile WiMax launch as a "4G" deployment. The truth is, unlike 3G, which is clearly defined in IMT-2000,...

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

Gaming Diversifies: Are You Ready to Cash In?

Gaming is no longer just for teenagers -- it's entertainment for everyone. The gaming industry is not an exclusive club for large game developers, publishers and console manufacturers. Not any more. You too are invited. The Internet has reinvented gaming, and now gaming is reinventing the Internet. ...

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