Inside Job

Posted on July 22, 2015

Three UK’s Director of Network and Strategy wants business and venue owners to help plug holes in indoor connectivity. But availability of Wi-Fi is not the problem for mobile operators; what they need is a means of interacting with a hugely fragmented resource and the ability to manage the user’s experience as they do on the mobile network.

Are mobile operators cutting the mustard?

Posted on July 16, 2015

Today, millions of smartphone users on post-paid tariffs pay for a bundle of mobile data every month, some of which they don’t consume. At the end of the billing cycle the unused allowance, like mustard on a plate, is simply wiped away.

Adaptability is power: Battery life and Wi-Fi

Posted on July 10, 2015

Wi-Fi radios come in for a lot of stick in terms of smartphone battery life — not without good reason. If a Wi-Fi radio is on all day it will act as its nature dictates; constantly seeking opportunities to connect, and sucking up the battery as it does so. Sometimes nature needs a little help — and, as always, adaptability is the key.