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WOW Wireless at Work:Mobile Device Built Military Tough

Have you ever dropped and broken your cell phone? The Casio G’zOne Commando, as Chief Marketing Officer of Personal Communications Devices Joe Cufari shows, was built to meet military standards for water, shock and dust resistance. This device might be perfect for those who are a little rough on their hardware or find themselves in [...]

September WOW Wireless at Work: Apps Promote Safe Driving

To help keep teens and other drivers safe on the road, there are a number of apps available. Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse explains an Android app that locks wireless devices when a driver is moving faster than 10 MPH. Hesse also talks about Sprint’s support of programs and initiatives to promote safe driving.

August WOW Wireless at Work: Apps Offer Security

Mobile applications continue to enhance the lives of wireless users, providing services that keep people in touch and sometimes aware of dangerous situations. See how the iMap and Skype applications help wireless users stay alert about severe weather and stay in contact with friends and family members in different places and situations.

June WOW Wireless at Work: Remote Health Monitoring Empowers Consumers

Empowering consumers is a major benefit of wireless technology, and new applications are giving users access to important personal health information. This segment looks at products by WoundMatrix and Reflection Solutions that help keep people safe by letting doctors monitor their patients’ health. Find out how your wireless connection can keep doctors up-to-date on your [...]

Ford Plans in ‘Sync’ with Safe Driving

Ford Motor Company is integrating wireless technology in new ways into its line of cars to help keep drivers from getting distracted while on the road. Ford Technology Communications Manager Alan Hall demonstrates some of the latest voice-activated functions. 

Wireless Parking in San Francisco

Motorists in downtown San Francisco are participating in a pilot project that allows them to use their wireless devices to locate empty parking spaces on city streets. This novel program is designed to reduce carbon emissions, traffic congestion and save valuable time.

Eco-Friendly Wireless Products

Many new products in the wireless world are looking to make the whole industry, including consumers, more environmentally conscious and involved. This segment shows how products like the ones that WYSIPS, Commscope, and Wireless NGR came up with can help to improve your products while remaining green. 

Business Turns to the Mobile Cloud

Mobile cloud computing is helping businesses directly access data from a mobile device. This segment shows how R&J Construction, a San Francisco-area company, is using the mobile cloud to improve its operations and ultimately, its bottom line.

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