I've got quite the laundry list of new mobile device technologies to evaluate at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this coming week. The list is even larger than the one I wrote about while en route to CES in January.
But my number one priority at MWC won't be any of those cool new features for smartphones, tablets and PCs. First and foremost, I will be investigating alternatives for expanding wireless data capacity.
So why is a guy who makes a living analyzing mobile client technology trends paying such close attention to carrier deployment issues? It's simple: no one will use the cool new features if the wireless network doesn't have the capacity to support them.
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