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Chris O’Neill was driving along Lake Oswego, Oregon when he saw an SUV teetering over an embankment. After using his cellphone to call 911, he risked his life by crawling into the unsteady SUV to save the 4-year old strapped in the backseat.
Chief Technology Officer Ryan Hughes for Isis, the mobile payments initiative formed by AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, discusses the development of mobile payments and how the industry is integrating smart interactions and security to bring consumers a seamless experience.
In this month’s Policy Point, we look at how mobile banking applications are helping Americans who either don’t have bank accounts or don’t have adequate access to their banks so they can cash checks, transfer funds and access account information anywhere and anytime. Thanks to mobile banking, these users are able to save thousands of [...]
As customers start to use more mobile commerce services and applications, a panel of experts gathered at MOBILECON 2012 to talk about how mcommerce is evolving and its future for consumers and regulators.
Afzal Bari, a financial analyst for tech and telecom sectors at Bloomberg Government, discusses the pros and cons of allowing employees to bring their own personal device onto the company’s network.
As more employees want to use their personal devices for work, IT professionals face the challenges of meeting the employees’ demands and the needs of the companies to secure and protect their information and their networks. In this month’s Policy Point, we take a look at this issue and how IT professionals are meeting the [...]
After a tornado landed in Harrisburg, Illinois, a donut delivery driver and his truck were lifted out of a store’s loading dock and thrown into a nearby pond. With local emergency responders overwhelmed with the devastation, a local man, David Murphy, jumped in and used his cellphone’s light to find the injured driver and helped [...]
In this month’s Wireless at Work, we focus on how wireless technology is revolutionizing farming by monitoring soil and atmospheric conditions. The real-time data is made available to the farmer, allowing them to more efficiently manage their operations and save valuable time and money.