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Jeff Kagan is an independent wireless, telecom and technology industry analyst, speaker, consultant and bestselling author. He shares his colorful perspective on technologies and companies that are transforming the industry. Check out his website at www.jeffkagan.com.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Jeff Kagan and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

CEO Hans Vestberg is changing Verizon leadership to focus on 5G

How 5G wireless will change pay TV industry virtually overnight

How 5G wireless will change pay TV industry virtually overnight

Let’s explore how 5G wireless will change other industries like pay TV, how big the impact will be and how quickly that change will occur.

 AT&T Business Summit is star studded, 5G look into tomorrow

AT&T Business Summit is star studded, 5G look into tomorrow

Last week, the AT&T Business Summit showed how the company is growing, changing and expanding further into mobile, 5G and so much more for consumers and for companies. It showed what tomorrow will look like for every business,...

AT&T Mobility wins GWS Best Network OneScore

AT&T Mobility wins GWS Best Network OneScore

AT&T Mobility wins the GWS Best Network OneScore ranking. Let’s take a look at what that means, how Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint and others in the wireless industry ranked, and what’s coming next.

Wireless innovation on full display at MWCA 2018

Wireless innovation on full display at MWCA 2018

The Mobile World Congress and CTIA wireless trade show called MWCA 2018 is coming up this week in Los Angeles. Let’s take a look at some of the amazing changes we see with products, services, companies and the entire wireless...

Whatever happened to Google Wireless Project Fi?

Whatever happened to Google Wireless Project Fi?

Google tried to succeed in three sections of the wireless industry, Android OS, Pixel smartphones and Project Fi services. They have been successful with Android but even with the powerful Google brand name they struggle with...

Think you are not addicted to your smartphone? Think again

Think you are not addicted to your smartphone? Think again

Smartphone addiction is growing and is only one of many legal addictions in our lives. Legal addiction like Starbucks can be a great way for a company to grow, but something is now starting to happen that everyone needs to understand. ...

Advice to Google: Stop invading wireless privacy with location history

Advice to Google: Stop invading wireless privacy with location history

Surprise! Google tracks your wireless location even when you turn it off. Want another surprise? Google is not alone. Many tech giants take your privacy without you knowing about it.

T-Mobile low priced unlimited wireless plan is what many users want

T-Mobile low priced unlimited wireless plan is what many users want

Every user wants unlimited wireless data services. But not every user is interested in things like Netflix or international access. Now, T-Mobile introduces a lower cost unlimited wireless data plan that will save customers money by...

JD Power, OpenSignal and Ookla show wireless getting faster and better

JD Power, OpenSignal and Ookla show wireless getting faster and better

The good news is wireless in the U.S. is the best and strongest it has ever been according to JD Power, OpenSignal and Ookla research. The bad news is it can still take effort to determine the best carrier for you.

What the wireless industry of tomorrow will look like

What the wireless industry of tomorrow will look like

Wireless has started its next transformation wave to 5G and beyond. This has implications for investors, workers, executives, competitors and regulators in the changing space. Let’s take a look at where the wireless industry is...

Why Verizon Wireless Go90 failed and what's coming next

Why Verizon Wireless Go90 failed and what's coming next

Go90 is shutting down. So, why does Verizon Wireless have so much trouble with innovation? What can we expect next from the company?

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