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July 14, 2010  8:28 PM

Google’s App Inventor opens development doors, but at what cost?

Posted by: Tom Nolle
Android, App Inventor, app stores, Apple, application development, applications, apps, Google

Google has released the beta of its App Inventor software, a tool designed to allow non-programmers to create Android applications. This is...

February 15, 2010  1:59 PM

GSMA developer program gets buy-in from multiple mobile operators

Posted by: Tom Nolle
application development, applications, GSMA, handset technology, mobile operators, Network equipment, OTT, over-the-top

The GSMA, three handset vendors, and 24 mobile operators have combined to create the Wholesale Application Community, a program that’s designed to create a uniform developer program and...

January 22, 2010  7:32 PM

Google/Verizon develop FiOS Android app

Posted by: Tom Nolle
applications, FiOS, Google, service layer architecture, Verizon

Google and Verizon have worked jointly to create an Android application that could access FiOS channel guides...

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January 27, 2009  2:55 PM

DPI: Use it, but don’t use it

Posted by: Tom Nolle
applications, Deep Packet Inspection, DPI, equipment vendors, telecom service providers

Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) continues to be a contentious topic, and service providers are so leery of regulatory intervention that they avoid words with any of those letters in them.

They’ve told us to ask vendors not to use the term—they prefer “application-specific routing”...


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