Archive for the ‘Devices & Services’ Category
A finalist for an E-Tech Award at CTIA 2013 in Las Vegas, Mouli Ramani, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Nectar Mobile Power, shows off the Lilliputian Systems solid oxide fuel cell that powers devices for up to two weeks. The consumer-friendly version of this butane-turned-electricity charger is available for the holiday buying […]
From the show floor at CTIA 2013 in Las Vegas, President and CEO of Digital Innovation, LLC Colin Anderson displays the Charge Doctor, a wireless device charging solution. This E-Tech Award finalist helps computers recognize devices and charge at the rate of plugging the device into a wall, up to four times faster.
Real-time information is vital in times of natural disasters and impending weather threats, and the American Red Cross is increasingly turning to mobile to dispense vital safety tips for all kinds of emergencies. Vice President of Product Development in the Red Cross Preparedness Health and Safety Division, Dom Tolli talks about the ARC’s reliance on […]
BYOD represents a security challenge for IT professionals, but OpenPeak EVP of Strategy and Business Development David Barclay discusses the balance between user convenience and keeping applications and devices secure.
Tyler Lessard, Chief Marketing Officer of Fixmo, discusses how the company’s SafeZone secure workspace solution keeps corporate data separate from personal data on wireless devices, keeping both sets of information safe.
Last night, The Wireless Foundation held its VITA Achievement dinner, where it recognized individuals and organizations that used wireless technology to make a positive and significant societal impact. The evening’s honorees were (and read the Wireless Samaritans award winners’ inspiring stories): Congressional Honoree: U.S. Senator Jay Rockefeller Among the Senator’s many accomplishments, his leadership on […]
In an effort to better manage water quality and flow as well as sewage disposal for millions of homes and businesses, the Boston Metropolitan Water Resources Authority has retrofitted hundreds of their underground meters with wireless chips to collect instantaneous data. This information helps the Boston Water Authority workers identify leaks and other problems in […]
Congestive heart failure is a struggle for patients, but for those who are in rural areas, it’s even harder since access to medical care is challenging. Rita Yazzie, featured in this video, uses monitoring equipment to transmit vital signs and blood pressure from her Navajo reservation in rural Arizona to the Flagstaff Medical Center seventy […]