Archive for the ‘Devices & Services’ Category
Owning a wireless device is only one part of that product’s lifecycle, it is our belief that recycling your well-used smartphone or tablet is just as important. Many consumers know that their wireless devices are capable of being recycled, but are unsure of what steps to take so that their phones, tablets and accessories are [...]
With new devices released almost every day, there are a wide variety of options for consumers, which also means there’s the “perfect” device to fit your unique needs. If you’re a senior or have disabilities, check out AccessWireless.org to find the best wireless device and service for your needs. To help you identify the right [...]
Mobile device battery life remains one of the key areas of industry innovation and differentiation. Many consumer studies demonstrated its importance, particularly given the ever increasing diversity of capabilities that smartphones offer today. Displays have grown in size from small alphanumeric feature phones to phablets that may be used to watch YouTube videos and surf [...]
Submit your product or service for the Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Awards, Hot for the Holidays and/or The MobITS Awards by Monday, June 23. Each submission will be reviewed by a panel of trusted industry experts, analysts and reporters who are looking for cutting-edge innovation in each respective category. In addition, you will be able to [...]
From a camera in the refrigerator to a countertop that projects recipes, Siemens’ connected kitchen uses wireless to connect consumers with their kitchens anytime and anywhere through their mobile devices. By having these smart appliances share information with one another, users can build shopping lists and receive recommended recipes based on what’s in the refrigerator.
From transportation to home appliances, the Internet of Things represents a great opportunity for other industries to better serve their consumers and improve their operations. Following his keynote address at IFA, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse highlighted the bi-continental relationship between CTIA and IFA and how it will help vendors and attendees further explore the connected [...]
Using a special sound for each issue that’s translated through a special app or customer service call, LG’s Smart Refrigerator uses Smart Diagnosis capabilities to identify problems so that the consumer may diagnose the problem and determine the magnitude of the issue, whether it’s a simple adjustment or a substantial repair.
Cars are starting to connect to the wireless network. From choosing your kids’ movie options in the backseat to personalizing your music and maps, Deutsche Telekom’s LTE Connected Car system gives the driver more control when on the road.