Archive for the ‘Devices & Services’ Category
Pollution and air quality poses a real threat to many people, especially in large urban areas. To help consumers make their personal environment healthier, Philips air purifier monitors air quality both indoors and outdoors and purifies the air in the home from this connected device.
Yesterday, Rhode Island state policymakers recognized that the wireless industry’s “Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment” was the right initiative, not legislation, needed to help stop smartphone thefts. Individually and industry-wide via CTIA, we remain committed to helping law enforcement with this important issue. As we said many times before, legislating a so-called solution, such as a […]
By 2020, analysts predict that there will be more than 50 billion connected devices worldwide, or six devices for every single person in the world. Procon Inc.’s Director and CTO Mark Wells discusses the evolution of the Internet of Things as well as how it is affecting consumers today in areas such as healthcare and […]
Pebble Product Evangelist Myriam Joire talks about the wearable technology world, and focuses on its ability to enhance consumers’ lives by seamlessly integrating our information to connected devices.
When an employee uses a smartphone or tablet for both business and personal use, it’s hard to separate the personal data from the sensitive corporate data that IT professionals must secure. A MobileCON 2013 MobITs Award finalist, Divide’s Director of Business Development Andy Zmolek demonstrates the company’s BYOD solution that separates and protects the user’s […]
We’re working on our annual survey, which will be released in May/June. But in advance of our comprehensive 2013 report, I thought I’d share the latest numbers on the U.S. wireless industry’s value and competition. Taken largely from other third party sources, these are the facts. Taking into account the much higher volumes of minutes, […]
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, it makes sense that the City of San Jose would lead the way to connect their law enforcement, and their vehicles, to the wireless network. San Jose’s CIO Vijay Sammeta talks about how wireless technology replaces the traditional police citation book, which allows officers to process events in […]
Wireless devices are replacing thousands of dollars of unique equipment in trucks, by allowing drivers to do everything from track hours and routes to conducting safety inspections on the trucks with the devices they already have with them. XRS CEO Jay Coughlan explains how mobile is keeping the trucking industry connected while reducing costs.