Android’s continued dominance is making headlines again thanks to new data from Nielsen, but today’s must-read is this fascinating piece from VentureBeat outlining what could be a revolutinary technology for mobile data. DIDO — or, data input data output — eliminates interference between users sharing the same spectrum, enabling each user to access the full data capacity along with multiple other users. Many are skeptical of the technology, which is outlined in a white paper here. But it’s the brainchild of Steve Perlman, whose bona fides are so impressive that BusinessWeek recently dubbed him “the Edison of Silicon Valley.” DIDO is still in its earliest stages, but it may eventually revolutionize the entire mobile data industry.
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