By: Jason Llorenz
June 14, 2012
A tip of the hat is in order for AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, for offering a convincing set of ideas for addressing the spectrum shortage that threatens to toss a dried up bouquet into the middle of our romance with wireless technology.
By: Jason Llorenz
March 8, 2012
Yesterday, Apple unveiled the latest and greatest of it’s amazing devices – its iPad 3. While the reviews are still rolling in, the third-generation in the tablet series, adding 4G LTE capabilities, is expected by all accounts to be another blockbuster for a company that continues to be on the bleeding edge of innovation and design. But most exciting, is what the continued evolution of tablet products, powered by high- capacity networks can mean for access.
BY: Jason Llorenz
Feb. 7, 2012
First the good news: The Federal Communications Commission is gearing up to auction portions of the nation’s airwaves for wireless use. This is the Commission’s first auction since 2008 and its success is vital. What’s at stake is nothing short of our ability to continue the social and economic progress made possible by our mobile revolution.
By: Jason A. Llorenz, Esq.
January 26, 2012
The Latino mobile adoption story is well told. We know Latinos lead in using mobile, including social networking applications via their handheld devices. This week, a new study by noted economists Rob Shapiro and Kevin Hassettdocuments some interesting developments about job creation in the United States that connect to this overarching narrative.
By: Jason Llorenz, Esq.
September 14, 2011
Google, the search engine leader is not slowing, even after it recently found itself under investigation by regulators seeking insight into its search practices. Google recently announced its aim to venture further beyond what it has accomplished in cyberspace with its $12.5 billion deal to buy Motorola’s cellphone business. The move has brought up a great many question as to how the deal will reshape the mobile world, Google’s culture and, from our perspective, Latinos and their use of mobile technology.
Jason Llorenz, Esq. (twitter: @hispanicttp)
– by Enrique Cortez,
August 16, 2011
As has been recently discussed on this site, the proposed plan to bring together AT&T and T-Mobile has been hailed by many within and outside the community as a unique occasion to strengthen Latinos’ ability to secure cutting-edge communications and mobile broadband technology. Now, the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) is holding a series of public hearings to examine the $39 billion acquisition and its affect on consumers. For the Latino community in California, the facts are clear that the deal will be a great benefit to Latinos in the Golden State.
By: Jason Llorenz, Executive Director
July 25, 2011
Today, everyone has a cell phone. More to the point, the mobile device has become essential for many people in their day-to-day lives. With continuous advancements in mobile technology, smartphones – which provide more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a contemporary basic ‘feature phone’ – are rising in popularity and use, especially for Latinos.