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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.
  
 
Wireless Watch
 
  Microsoft Build: Too late for handsets but IoT, post-PC and Car new targets
  10 April 2014
  Nadella’s new openness too late for handsets, but will power the IoT play  
Intel sets the post-PC pace in 64-bit Android  
Microsoft steps up its auto game with Windows in the Car
  Whatever regulators think, US mobile competition is alive at last
  10 April 2014
  
 
Faultline
 
  Humax earns first fruits from RDK, undermines the old set top guard
  17 April 2014
  Dutch cablecos ready to test out WiFi First and WiFi Only voice
  17 April 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
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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.