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Digital Use Explodes While Wireless Taxes Steadily on the Rise

Around the world, the use of mobile devices - whether cell phones, smartphones, or tablets - is on the rise. In fact, when it...

California Assemblyman Paves New Path for 5G Technology

Assemblyman Mike Gatto, a Democrat representing Glendale, is determined to play an active roll in ushering forth an era of innovation and digital opportunity...

Secondary Market Transactions: An Opportunity for Minority Ownership of Wireless...

Smartphones have become as ubiquitous today as television was 60 years ago.  Today, nearly two-thirds of Americans own a smartphone, and a survey from...

AllVid is Anything but All Good for Diverse Programmers

TV is literally everywhere.  Whether you’re watching your favorite show on cable television, streaming movies on Netflix or Hulu, or using AppleTV or your...

A Device By Any Other Name….

To say that we are a digitally connected society, in many ways, is an understatement. Ninety percent of American adults own a cell phone, while...

Congress Enjoying Bi-Partisan Support to Increase Spectrum Pipeline

"Nearly two-thirds of Americans are now smartphone owners, and for many these devices are a key entry point to the online world," says the...

Comparing Apples to Apples: Banning Smartphones Increases the Digital Divide

There seems to be a growing sense of exceptionalism going around Silicon Valley these days – what’s good for the goose isn’t good for...

Hispanic Wireless Users Survey: Fewer Taxes, More Spectrum

Recently McLaughlin & Associates partnered with Penn Schoen Berland to develop and conduct a bipartisan national online survey of 417 adult Hispanics, and the...

Pursuing A Wireless Exception for Open Internet Rules

We live in an increasingly mobile society. Wireless penetration in the U.S. now exceeds 104%. Nearly 90% of households use wireless and in 37%...

Wireless an Essential Service for Minorities; Increased Taxation Could Hinder Use

MyWireless.org released the results of its Annual National Consumer Survey on wireless use and sentiment, and, yet again, the results demonstrate that African Americans...