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The State of Mobile Internet Access

Mar 10, 2004 — In our last missive to MCA-I’s membership, we introduced the basics of the mobile world beyond dialup. Since then, there have been some new developments in the technology used, and the market for services. . . . → Read More: The State of Mobile Internet Access

Gadgets and Gizmos Changing our World

Apr 7, 2003 — Those of you who missed the NY MCAI programming meeting on the latest connectivity options, missed much more than seeing the faster, slicker communication tools on display which are beginning to run our soon completely wireless lives. . . . → Read More: Gadgets and Gizmos Changing our World

Wi-fi, The New Way To Connect: T-Mobile International Hotspot Service

Mar 29, 2003 — At our March meeting “Gizmos, Gadgets and Wifi”, international wireless telecommunications company T-Mobile presented an overview of its market leading efforts to provide true broadband wireless connectivity via T-Mobile HotSpot service in 804 American cities as well as major national and international airports and premium business destinations like London and Munich. . . . → Read More: Wi-fi, The New Way To Connect: T-Mobile International Hotspot Service

Connectivity Options for the Mobile Professional

Mar 26, 2003 — The connection choices available for media professionals boil down to two: Always connected, but slow and expensive, or spotty coverage, but cheap and fast. The former is wireless Wide Area Networking (WAN), offered by the major cell carriers. The latter is Wi-Fi, provided by a mix of entities. . . . → Read More: Connectivity Options for the Mobile Professional

Augmented Reality: Expanding the Boundaries of Experience

Feb 3, 2003 — I think most communication professionals love what they do because they are storytellers and can share those stories with others. For the most part, storytelling is still a linear experience. Television has brought video into our homes, so millions more are witness to history. It has stirred emotions in ways that print never could. And some day in the not too distant future, we may all be able to jump into a story or experience a historical event for ourselves. . . . → Read More: Augmented Reality: Expanding the Boundaries of Experience