Wearables for Athletic Performance

Wearables for Athletic Performance

This is the latest in a series of blogs where I discuss the learnings obtained from trying various wearable devices to aid my training for a significant sporting event. On July 2nd I participated in a 44km SwimRun event (http://www.brecaswimrun.com/breca-buttermere)....
China Approaching 600 Million LTE Subs

China Approaching 600 Million LTE Subs

We have discussed before (here) on how 4G LTE has been leapfrogging 3G adoption in China and the key reasons which have driven this ramping adoption. China has more than 1.3 billion subscriptions out of which LTE subscriptions have crossed 500 Million mark at the end...
Are self-driving cars safe?

Are self-driving cars safe?

Well, clearly not safe enough to deal with a high-riding tractor-trailer at freeway speeds, yet. Media reports suggest a self-driving Tesla (on “autopilot”) was involved in a fatal crash a couple of months ago. While all the details about the circumstances of the...
In-Car Advertisement: Changing Landscape

In-Car Advertisement: Changing Landscape

The opportunity and the opportunist Ride hailing services like Uber, Lyft and Didi Chuxing are changing the commuting landscape. An average American spends around 50 minutes per day commuting. While on a ride, riders are essentially captive in a comfortable...
Infographic: Q1-2016 | Mobile Market Monitor

Infographic: Q1-2016 | Mobile Market Monitor

Our Q1-2016 Market Monitor report has been published. We update one infographic in each quarter to summarize handset and smartphone market activities in a single page. The report tracks top vendor shipments every quarter across regions and countries which contribute...
Connected Cars: A Service Providers Opportunity

Connected Cars: A Service Providers Opportunity

The Automotive Industry is moving towards an era where it will rely on Telecom companies for seamless data services for vehicles. Creating an opportunity for mobile operators in connected cars ecosystem. It is expected that more than 75% of the cars will be connected...