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https://plus.google.com/112013638892727978162 Boss Cellular - Hotchkiss : Can't wait to see you at the 2015 CTIA show.  Last year was great!   #BossCellular  
Can't wait to see you at the 2015 CTIA show.  Last year was great!   #BossCellular  
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : From #MaryMeeker Internet Trends Report, she finds: o   Average American adult spends 5.6 hours a day...
From #MaryMeeker Internet Trends Report, she finds:
o   Average American adult spends 5.6 hours a day on the Internet. 2.8 is on mobile while 2.4 is on desktop/laptops. 
o   Video now accounts for 55 percent of mobile traffic (up from 52 percent last year).
o   Six of the top 10 mobile apps globally are messaging apps.
o   Young people still think Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook are the most important social networks, but both Facebook and Twitter declined in usage over the past year.
2015 Internet Trends Report
2015 Internet Trends Report | Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : By 2019, #Wi-Fi and cellular data will make up 67% of all #IPtraffic. The connected #healthcare /#mhealth...
By 2019, #Wi-Fi and cellular data will make up 67% of all #IPtraffic. The connected #healthcare /#mhealth consumer segment will be the fastest-growing segment, with a 54 percent compound annual growth rate from 2014 to 2019. The #connectedhome / #smarthome segment will represent nearly half (48 percent) of #M2M connections by 2019. More from +Cisco Wireless 
Cisco: Wi-Fi, cellular data to make up 67% of all IP traffic in 2019
Mobile data traffic is going to more than triple its share of total global IP data traffic during the next several years, according to a new report from network vendor Cisco Systems.
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https://plus.google.com/112005455648666571245 Kathie “Kat” Gifford : I take note of the phone number of unwanted calls and report them on the 'Do Not Call Registry'.  Now...
I take note of the phone number of unwanted calls and report them on the 'Do Not Call Registry'.  Now I know why that or asking to be put on their 'No Call' list, or anything else doesn't seem to stop them from repeat calling.  Scammers pay no attention to the registry, contributing to the many complaints about telemarketing calls to the FCC and the Federal Trade Commission. Often, it's hard to track down the scammer making the automated calls since current technology allows them to fake or "spoof" caller ID information, so the number you see on your caller ID isn't the real number and usually leads to a disconnected number or something other than the source of the original call.  It seems the FCC is taking notice.....WASHINGTON (AP) — Those automated phone calls during the dinner hour, late at night or to your wireless phone can be so frustrating — and the government is taking note.

The head of the Federal Communications Commission circulated a proposal Wednesday designed to close loopholes, reaffirm current anti-robocall rules, and encourage wireless and wireline carriers to do more to fight against unwanted telemarketing calls and spam text messages to consumers.

A key part of the plan: clearing up any confusion over whether the phone carriers can offer blocking services — so-called robo-blocking technology that could help people stop the unwanted calls.

"We are giving the green light for robocall-blocking technology," FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wrote in a blog-post on the commission website.

Phone companies have said that they worry that automatic call-blocking might run afoul of laws requiring them to connect phone calls.

In his blog, Wheeler said the technology can be offered without violating the rules. "The FCC wants to make it clear: telephone companies can — and in fact should — offer consumers robocall-blocking tools," he said.

Another part of the plan aims to make it easier for consumers to say "no" to robocalls and texts. People would simply be able to say "stop" and cannot be told that they need to fill out a form and mail it in to get the calls to cease. And for people who switch phones and inherit a new phone number, the Wheeler proposal says they should not be subjected to unwanted calls that the previous owner consented to.

Unwanted robocalls, robotexts, and telemarketing calls are the biggest source of consumer complaints at the FCC, with the agency receiving more than 215,000 complaints last year alone.

Consumer groups praised the Wheeler plan, which the commission will vote on at its June 18 meeting.

"This should clear the way for companies to offer the call-blocking tools that people want to stop robocalls from invading their homes morning, noon and night," said Delara Derakhshani, policy counsel for Consumers Union.

An industry group, US Telecom, said it was studying Wheeler's proposal. "USTelecom supports the FCC's efforts to provide consumers with options to mitigate unwanted phone calls, and to take strong enforcement actions against illegal robocallers," spokeswoman Anne Veigle said.

She declined to say specifically whether the group supports Wheeler's plan to allow or encourage the phone companies to offer the blocking technologies to consumers.

Another group, CTIA-The Wireless Association, said there are a number of apps and features available to consumers to help stop robocalls and other intrusions. "While we are still reviewing the details of the chairman's proposals, we remain committed to working with all interested parties to help protect consumers while preserving choice and promoting innovation," the association's statement said.

A spokeswoman for AT&T referred a reporter to US Telecom for comment. Representatives of Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile didn't immediately have a comment.

Some lawmakers questioned parts of the proposal.

Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., a member of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, expressed concern about an exception in the proposal that would allow free calls or texts in some circumstances, such as to alert a consumer to possible fraud on a bank account or to remind a person about an important prescription refill.

The proposed exemptions, he said in a statement, "will result in an increase in unwanted calls and texts to consumers without their consent."

The commission had received more than 20 petitions from companies — including bankers, debt collectors, app developers, retail stores, and others — seeking clarity on rules pertaining to robocalls. Dozens of state attorneys general also had asked the FCC to weigh in on whether blocking robocalls might violate any telecommunications statutes.

Millions of people have placed their phone numbers on the federal Do Not Call Registry, which bars telemarketers from calling the numbers on the list. But scammers pay no attention to the registry, contributing to the many complaints about telemarketing calls to the FCC and the Federal Trade Commission. Often, it's hard to track down the scammer making the automated calls since current technology allows them to fake or "spoof" caller ID information, so the number you see on your caller ID isn't the real number and usually leads to a disconnected number or something other than the source of the original call.



http://www.twcc.com/articles/2015/05/27/f/fcc-takes-aim-at-annoying-telemarketing-calls
FCC takes aim at annoying telemarketing calls

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https://plus.google.com/112005455648666571245 Kathie “Kat” Gifford : I take note of the phone number of unwanted calls and report them on the 'Do Not Call Registry'.  Now...
I take note of the phone number of unwanted calls and report them on the 'Do Not Call Registry'.  Now I know why that or asking to be put on their 'No Call' list, or anything else doesn't seem to stop them from repeat calling.  Scammers pay no attention to the registry, contributing to the many complaints about telemarketing calls to the FCC and the Federal Trade Commission. Often, it's hard to track down the scammer making the automated calls since current technology allows them to fake or "spoof" caller ID information, so the number you see on your caller ID isn't the real number and usually leads to a disconnected number or something other than the source of the original call.  It seems the FCC is taking notice.....WASHINGTON (AP) — Those automated phone calls during the dinner hour, late at night or to your wireless phone can be so frustrating — and the government is taking note.

The head of the Federal Communications Commission circulated a proposal Wednesday designed to close loopholes, reaffirm current anti-robocall rules, and encourage wireless and wireline carriers to do more to fight against unwanted telemarketing calls and spam text messages to consumers.

A key part of the plan: clearing up any confusion over whether the phone carriers can offer blocking services — so-called robo-blocking technology that could help people stop the unwanted calls.

"We are giving the green light for robocall-blocking technology," FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wrote in a blog-post on the commission website.

Phone companies have said that they worry that automatic call-blocking might run afoul of laws requiring them to connect phone calls.

In his blog, Wheeler said the technology can be offered without violating the rules. "The FCC wants to make it clear: telephone companies can — and in fact should — offer consumers robocall-blocking tools," he said.

Another part of the plan aims to make it easier for consumers to say "no" to robocalls and texts. People would simply be able to say "stop" and cannot be told that they need to fill out a form and mail it in to get the calls to cease. And for people who switch phones and inherit a new phone number, the Wheeler proposal says they should not be subjected to unwanted calls that the previous owner consented to.

Unwanted robocalls, robotexts, and telemarketing calls are the biggest source of consumer complaints at the FCC, with the agency receiving more than 215,000 complaints last year alone.

Consumer groups praised the Wheeler plan, which the commission will vote on at its June 18 meeting.

"This should clear the way for companies to offer the call-blocking tools that people want to stop robocalls from invading their homes morning, noon and night," said Delara Derakhshani, policy counsel for Consumers Union.

An industry group, US Telecom, said it was studying Wheeler's proposal. "USTelecom supports the FCC's efforts to provide consumers with options to mitigate unwanted phone calls, and to take strong enforcement actions against illegal robocallers," spokeswoman Anne Veigle said.

She declined to say specifically whether the group supports Wheeler's plan to allow or encourage the phone companies to offer the blocking technologies to consumers.

Another group, CTIA-The Wireless Association, said there are a number of apps and features available to consumers to help stop robocalls and other intrusions. "While we are still reviewing the details of the chairman's proposals, we remain committed to working with all interested parties to help protect consumers while preserving choice and promoting innovation," the association's statement said.

A spokeswoman for AT&T referred a reporter to US Telecom for comment. Representatives of Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile didn't immediately have a comment.

Some lawmakers questioned parts of the proposal.

Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., a member of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, expressed concern about an exception in the proposal that would allow free calls or texts in some circumstances, such as to alert a consumer to possible fraud on a bank account or to remind a person about an important prescription refill.

The proposed exemptions, he said in a statement, "will result in an increase in unwanted calls and texts to consumers without their consent."

The commission had received more than 20 petitions from companies — including bankers, debt collectors, app developers, retail stores, and others — seeking clarity on rules pertaining to robocalls. Dozens of state attorneys general also had asked the FCC to weigh in on whether blocking robocalls might violate any telecommunications statutes.

Millions of people have placed their phone numbers on the federal Do Not Call Registry, which bars telemarketers from calling the numbers on the list. But scammers pay no attention to the registry, contributing to the many complaints about telemarketing calls to the FCC and the Federal Trade Commission. Often, it's hard to track down the scammer making the automated calls since current technology allows them to fake or "spoof" caller ID information, so the number you see on your caller ID isn't the real number and usually leads to a disconnected number or something other than the source of the original call.



http://www.twcc.com/articles/2015/05/27/f/fcc-takes-aim-at-annoying-telemarketing-calls
FCC takes aim at annoying telemarketing calls

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https://plus.google.com/110804761304936102379 Evutec : Evutec will soon be announcing its #Evubox contest for #CTIA with a Grand Prize you will not want to...
Evutec will soon be announcing its #Evubox contest for #CTIA with a Grand Prize you will not want to miss! In the meantime, take a look at this #PizzaHut box innovation! http://ow.ly/NwlFv
Pizza Hut designed an experimental pizza box that transforms into a projector
In a recently-launched campaign for Pizza Hut, a Hong Kong ad firm has designed the "Blockbuster Box" -- a cardboard pizza box that transforms into a projector once you're done eating the pie inside.
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https://plus.google.com/106713433243010352734 Evutec Protected by Technology Beyond Plastic™ : Evutec will soon be announcing its #Evubox contest for #CTIA with a Grand Prize you will not want to...
Evutec will soon be announcing its #Evubox contest for #CTIA with a Grand Prize you will not want to miss! In the meantime, take a look at this #PizzaHut box innovation! http://ow.ly/NwlFv
Pizza Hut designed an experimental pizza box that transforms into a projector
In a recently-launched campaign for Pizza Hut, a Hong Kong ad firm has designed the "Blockbuster Box" -- a cardboard pizza box that transforms into a projector once you're done eating the pie inside.
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https://plus.google.com/116285150879297828716 Wireless Repair EXPO : Are you ready for the Wireless Repair EXPO at #CTIA   #SuperMobility 2015? Join us this September for...
Are you ready for the Wireless Repair EXPO at #CTIA   #SuperMobility 2015? Join us this September for 3 days of wireless repair training sessions, business workshops and much more..

Sign up for your FREE pass today at http://www.wirelessrepairexpo.com
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You're invited to join us September 9th-11th for the 2nd annual Wireless Repair EXPO at CTIA Super Mobility 2015! Registration is officially open - we hope t...
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https://plus.google.com/117008313605799965728 Ron Dobbs : A glimpse inside ALEC You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware ...
A glimpse inside ALEC

You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware of just how devious and pernicious their tactics are. Here's a snippet:

When trying to verify that with in-person reporting, Keefe was turned away and, in fact, "kicked out with the aid of off-duty police officers on orders from ALEC staff." But not before seeing Bethanne Cooley, Director of State Legislative Affairs for CTIA—the Wireless Association in the room—talking to Georgia Rep. Ben Harbin. Cooley is not a registered lobbyist in Georgia, but here she was working with that state's lawmakers. Under the auspices of ALEC, a non-profit educational 501(c)3, Cooley talking about or even actually writing legislation—which is what ALEC does—doesn't have to be reported as lobbying, and neither does the "scholarship" money they provide to legislators to travel to these meetings, or the food and drink and hotel costs that are covered. When the station tried an open records request to get receipts and reimbursement records for legislators' travel to ALEC-sponsored events, they were denied. [emphasis mine]

That's right: They use off-duty cops as thugs and they get around the law by declaring themselves to be an educational organization.

Orwellian, much?
This report blows the cover of secretive conservative shop pushing right-wing legislation
An Atlanta, Georgia television station has made national news with its fantastic ...
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https://plus.google.com/100396325200294464158 CLureCo : A glimpse inside ALEC You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware ...
A glimpse inside ALEC

You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware of just how devious and pernicious their tactics are. Here's a snippet:

When trying to verify that with in-person reporting, Keefe was turned away and, in fact, "kicked out with the aid of off-duty police officers on orders from ALEC staff." But not before seeing Bethanne Cooley, Director of State Legislative Affairs for CTIA—the Wireless Association in the room—talking to Georgia Rep. Ben Harbin. Cooley is not a registered lobbyist in Georgia, but here she was working with that state's lawmakers. Under the auspices of ALEC, a non-profit educational 501(c)3, Cooley talking about or even actually writing legislation—which is what ALEC does—doesn't have to be reported as lobbying, and neither does the "scholarship" money they provide to legislators to travel to these meetings, or the food and drink and hotel costs that are covered. When the station tried an open records request to get receipts and reimbursement records for legislators' travel to ALEC-sponsored events, they were denied. [emphasis mine]

That's right: They use off-duty cops as thugs and they get around the law by declaring themselves to be an educational organization.

Orwellian, much?
This report blows the cover of secretive conservative shop pushing right-wing legislation
An Atlanta, Georgia television station has made national news with its fantastic ...
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : Disney's MagicBands mobile technology aims to help people plan trips in advance, move more quickly through...
Disney's MagicBands mobile technology aims to help people plan trips in advance, move more quickly through the park and personalize visits. More than 11 million wristbands (MagicBands) have been used. More from +Reuters North America 
Disney to bring mobile technology to more parks

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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : #Boston is testing a pilot program that uses data compiled from #Waze and other sources to deploy bicycle...
#Boston is testing a pilot program that uses data compiled from #Waze and other sources to deploy bicycle cops to ticket and/or tow cars double parked on Commonwealth Ave. More from +Fortune Magazine #bigdata #smarttransportation
Boston is using big data to solve traffic jams
Anyone who's ever driven in Boston knows that the traffic is, um, a challenge. A new administration is parlaying real-time and big data sources to fix it.
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https://plus.google.com/107404236133771732657 Nora Qudus : A glimpse inside ALEC You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware ...
A glimpse inside ALEC

You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware of just how devious and pernicious their tactics are. Here's a snippet:

When trying to verify that with in-person reporting, Keefe was turned away and, in fact, "kicked out with the aid of off-duty police officers on orders from ALEC staff." But not before seeing Bethanne Cooley, Director of State Legislative Affairs for CTIA—the Wireless Association in the room—talking to Georgia Rep. Ben Harbin. Cooley is not a registered lobbyist in Georgia, but here she was working with that state's lawmakers. Under the auspices of ALEC, a non-profit educational 501(c)3, Cooley talking about or even actually writing legislation—which is what ALEC does—doesn't have to be reported as lobbying, and neither does the "scholarship" money they provide to legislators to travel to these meetings, or the food and drink and hotel costs that are covered. When the station tried an open records request to get receipts and reimbursement records for legislators' travel to ALEC-sponsored events, they were denied. [emphasis mine]

That's right: They use off-duty cops as thugs and they get around the law by declaring themselves to be an educational organization.

Orwellian, much?
This report blows the cover of secretive conservative shop pushing right-wing legislation
An Atlanta, Georgia television station has made national news with its fantastic ...
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https://plus.google.com/107404236133771732657 Nora Qudus : A glimpse inside ALEC You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware ...
A glimpse inside ALEC

You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware of just how devious and pernicious their tactics are. Here's a snippet:

When trying to verify that with in-person reporting, Keefe was turned away and, in fact, "kicked out with the aid of off-duty police officers on orders from ALEC staff." But not before seeing Bethanne Cooley, Director of State Legislative Affairs for CTIA—the Wireless Association in the room—talking to Georgia Rep. Ben Harbin. Cooley is not a registered lobbyist in Georgia, but here she was working with that state's lawmakers. Under the auspices of ALEC, a non-profit educational 501(c)3, Cooley talking about or even actually writing legislation—which is what ALEC does—doesn't have to be reported as lobbying, and neither does the "scholarship" money they provide to legislators to travel to these meetings, or the food and drink and hotel costs that are covered. When the station tried an open records request to get receipts and reimbursement records for legislators' travel to ALEC-sponsored events, they were denied. [emphasis mine]

That's right: They use off-duty cops as thugs and they get around the law by declaring themselves to be an educational organization.

Orwellian, much?
This report blows the cover of secretive conservative shop pushing right-wing legislation
An Atlanta, Georgia television station has made national news with its fantastic ...
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https://plus.google.com/108848250765819039716 John Hummel : A glimpse inside ALEC You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware ...
A glimpse inside ALEC

You are probably already aware of what ALEC is. But I, at least, was unaware of just how devious and pernicious their tactics are. Here's a snippet:

When trying to verify that with in-person reporting, Keefe was turned away and, in fact, "kicked out with the aid of off-duty police officers on orders from ALEC staff." But not before seeing Bethanne Cooley, Director of State Legislative Affairs for CTIA—the Wireless Association in the room—talking to Georgia Rep. Ben Harbin. Cooley is not a registered lobbyist in Georgia, but here she was working with that state's lawmakers. Under the auspices of ALEC, a non-profit educational 501(c)3, Cooley talking about or even actually writing legislation—which is what ALEC does—doesn't have to be reported as lobbying, and neither does the "scholarship" money they provide to legislators to travel to these meetings, or the food and drink and hotel costs that are covered. When the station tried an open records request to get receipts and reimbursement records for legislators' travel to ALEC-sponsored events, they were denied. [emphasis mine]

That's right: They use off-duty cops as thugs and they get around the law by declaring themselves to be an educational organization.

Orwellian, much?
This report blows the cover of secretive conservative shop pushing right-wing legislation
An Atlanta, Georgia television station has made national news with its fantastic ...
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https://plus.google.com/100502228646544631326 Bassam Bokhowa : Opera Max is a free, data-management & data-saving app that extends your data plan. With Opera Max, ...
Opera Max is a free, data-management & data-saving app that extends your data plan. With Opera Max, you can easily manage your data not only on mobile networks, but on Wi-Fi networks, as well. Opera Max provides data savings by compressing videos, photos, media and more on almost all of your favorite apps and websites - without any noticeable loss of quality.
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https://plus.google.com/104276313844747213169 Wyrd Blogging : #corporatism   #georgia   #usa   #lobbyist The Georgia Legislature has a message for voters: don’t...
#corporatism   #georgia   #usa   #lobbyist  

The Georgia Legislature has a message for voters: don’t ask us about our meetings with corporate lobbyists behind closed doors. WXIA

Even though Cooley was talking about legislation with Georgia Rep. Ben Harbin and other lawmakers behind closed doors in Savannah, CTIA told the 11Alive Investigators that Cooley was not lobbying under Georgia's legal definition. The money CTIA pays to ALEC is not considered a lobbying expenditure, even if ALEC used the same dollars to pay for the food, drink, and hotel for Georgia lawmakers in Georgia.

Likewise, Rep. Harbin and the other Georgia legislators are not required to report who paid for the hotel rooms, the meals, or any other expenses. If this happened in Atlanta, and the payments were made by lobbyists, they would be subject to reporting and a $75 limit.

The 11Alive Investigators filed half a dozen open records requests with Georgia senators and representatives, asking for receipts and reimbursement records for travel to ALEC events.

The legislative counsel, Wayne Allen, responded on Wednesday, "your request is denied." Allen added, "The General Assembly is not subject to the Georgia Open Records law."

That's right, lawmakers exempted themselves from a law they passed to make Georgia government more transparent. But that doesn't stop some lawmakers from talking about the perks to complete strangers in the hotel bar.
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Legislators and corporate lobbyists meet in secret at Georgia resort An Atlanta TV station just aired one of the best takedowns of the secretive nature of AL...
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https://plus.google.com/107787638170383727143 Tower Summit : Cut Through the Hype and Get Real-World Solutions at Tower & Small Cell Summit! Save 10% now with code...
Cut Through the Hype and Get Real-World Solutions at Tower & Small Cell Summit! Save 10% now with code MAY at http://ubm.io/1Cm8ZfI. ‪#‎TSCS‬ ‪#‎CTIA‬ ‪#‎SuperMobility
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : Confronted with an austere version of Islam and strict social codes that place sharp restrictions on...
Confronted with an austere version of Islam and strict social codes that place sharp restrictions on public life, young Saudis are increasingly relying on social media to express and entertain themselves, earn money and meet friends and potential mates. More from +The New York Times 
Young Saudis, Bound by Conservative Strictures, Find Freedom on Their Phones
Confronted with an austere version of Islam and strict social codes, they increasingly rely on apps and social media for self-expression and liberation.
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : Mobile #Internet is only eight years old, having disrupted the market more rapidly and fundamentally...
Mobile #Internet is only eight years old, having disrupted the market more rapidly and fundamentally than the original web 20 years ago. While the top-grossing charts are relatively mature, rapid growth and change across the rest of the market means there is still a lot to play for. More from +TechCrunch 
Mobile Internet To Be Worth More Than Apple By 2018 | TechCrunch

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