The Associated Press reported today that U.S. carriers -- via wireless lobbying group CTIA -- made an about face on 'kill switch' legislation requiring manufacturers and carriers to offer consumers a means of rendering their phones inoperable if stolen.
Last month (Nov. 27), The Verge reported that the stolen phone database used by the Big Four U.S. carriers was complete. The database allows carriers to blacklist stolen phones and prevent their reactivation. The assumption of this blacklist is that it will deter thieves… which it hasn’t.
As CTIA 2012 kicked off in New Orleans today, the tech media and analysts were on the lookout for latest in mobile payment technology.
Our theme at CTIA this year was "Energizing Retail End to End," and this means connecting virtual (online and mobile) and physical (in-store) retail channels, and managing these channels from the back-of-house operations (RQ4) to the front-of-house customer experience (XQ).
iQmetrix is launching XQ Interactive Retail, its revolutionary new digital media solution, this week at CTIA 2011 in Orlando, March 22-24.
It’s almost time again for the International CTIA Wireless 2011, the world’s largest wireless tradeshow. The event will be held from March 22-24, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.
Technology has changed the way people shop and as a result, consumers are looking for a more engaging and interactive shopping experience – especially when shopping for a new phone. With this in mind, iQmetrix is preparing to make a big impression at CTIA 2011 in Orlando, where it will launch its groundbreaking new platform, XQ Interactive Retail.