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Welcome to Rethink Technology Research.
Rethink offers research notes, independent in-depth market forecasts and papers,
as well as consulting, in all forms of wireless and digital media technologies.
  Samsung confirms $200m SmartThings buy to build home platform
  29 August 2014
  Researchers charge smartphone using sound waves and piezoelectrics
  29 August 2014
Wireless Watch
  A new emphasis for unlicensed LTE, but the effort still has fatal flaws
  28 August 2014
  Larger iPad could target enterprise, keeping Apple out of low end scrum
  28 August 2014
  Bloomberg acts as pro-merger mouthpiece for Liberty Global
  28 August 2014
  Amazon decides itís time to attack the gaming space with real cash
  28 August 2014
  Conditional Access Ė Itís all over, or is it just changing?
  21 August 2014
Research Reports from Rethink
  WiFi Revisited - The effects of WiFi Offload
  1 February 2014
  Requiem for the Television
  2 December 2013
  The Faultline Revisited - Disruption in Video Delivery 2013-2023
  18 July 2013
Rethink Webinars
  New small cell models driven by location authentication
  29 July 2014
  Small cells are an important way to increase mobile coverage and capacity, but many operators, and their enterprise customers, are looking for additional benefits and ROI. Rethink conducted research to understand some of the new business cases which are being driven by location and authentication capabilities of small cells, and presented the results in a webinar in association with ip.access. Click here to download the slide deck.
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Wireless Watch covers all forms of Wireless and Wi-Fi, including WiMax, Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMAN), OFDM, LTE, MIMO, Telecommunications, Telephones, CDMA, WCDMA, UMTS, cellular technology, base stations, smart antenna and IEEE standards.
Faultline covers film, Television, codecs such as H.264 and Windows Media Player 9, Mergers and acquisitions, Broadband, DRM (Digital Rights Management), Digital TV, HDTV, MP3, MPEG, Cable TV, Satellite, ADSL, Cable Modems, mobile TV, DVB-H, DVB-SH, T-DMB, CMMB STiMi, ATSC, ATSC M/H, DVB-T, DVB-T2, ISDB-T, satellite TV.