Google's run-ins with the Apple/AT&T double ac over its Voice application are becoming symbols of the whole broad debates over open web models and net neutrality, and igniting debate over how carriers can survive amidst the rise of open browser-based services and mobile VoIP. Google may be a flag waver for browser usage versus …
Carriers, carry what?
We need the carriers to focus on carrying information without discrimination and not trying to tie themselves to devices. They don't understand devices, that's proven by continually trying to lock punters in, valueless branding efforts and failed initiatives at content provision. If Jo Schmoe wants a jesus phone or a gphone fine, let him go buy one and hook it up with which ever network gives him the best rate for carrying some bits & bytes. So instead of subsidising the device manufacturers the carriers should focus on maintaining investment in their networks, which, according to recent reports and personal experience are failing to keep up with demand.
Show the Future, Create A.N.Other Life
"their networks, which, according to recent reports and personal experience are failing to keep up with demand." ... By Anonymous Coward Posted Thursday 1st October 2009 18:38 GMT
The Bitter Sweet Truth, AC, is that they are Failing to Supply Demand. Such Knowledge Afore Thought would allow Networks InterNetworking to Present the Way with Future Preparations. Show the Big Picture Scam Artists at their Work for Media Attention and Shark Interest is a new Phorm of Higher Edutainment on Alternative Cointerindependent Network Channels.
Which is a Systemic Fault in Present IT Projections with Media. Media have Abdicated the Supply of Creative Imaginative Programming for the Expediency of Maintaining a Status Quo Position, which always Creates a Power Vacuum Welcoming in New Virtual Leads.
Well, in a Civilised Society IT does. Are we Civilised? Are you Experienced? Have you ever been Experienced?
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