At the International CES held this week in Las Vegas, MobileTrax, a mobile and wireless industry analyst firm, announced the winners of the 2013 Mobility Awards.
The 2013 Mobility Awards were selected by 61 industry-leading press and analysts who cover the mobile and wireless market. The Mobility Awards recognize the best mobile computing and wireless data communications products and services introduced to the market during the past year.
Apple products and services won 2013 Mobility Awards in 13 total categories. Google products and services won in five categories. bSafe took the Rookie of the Year Award, and the Samsung Galaxy S III was selected as Product of the Year. Softbank’s purchase of 70 percent of Sprint took the top position in the M&A Transaction category.
‚”The Mobility Awards have honored the brightest innovators in mobile computing and wireless data communications products and services for the past 17 years,‚” said J. Gerry Purdy, Ph.D., Principal Analyst with MobileTrax LLC. ‚”Again, this year there was stiff competition for the 597 products and services which were nominated in the 72 categories. We congratulate the Mobility Award winners for providing the market with outstanding products and services.‚”
This is the first year we had the Mobility Awards banquet at CES, and the response was fantastic. We had over 325 press request a registration for the banquet far more than the space we had available. We plan to have the Mobility Awards banquet in a large ballroom in January 2014 to accommodate all the qualified press who would like to attend this annual gala event.
The winners of the 2013 Mobility Award are (listed by Category and Subcategory):
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