Category: Technology

Wireless Broadband Alliance OpenRoaming Initiative Needs to Focus On Adoption

OpenRoaming, a Wireless Broadband Alliance, brings together broadband suppliers and manufacturers to create a more seamless end-user experience. To succeed, the organization needs to focus on small and mid-tier adopters to ensure their vision achieves timely implementation. Traditional roaming on cellular devices remains expensive and using WiFi while traveling can be a dubious endeavor because.

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The Best of CES 2020

The Best of CES 2020 CES 2020, and its rally of 100,783 industry attendees, 68,064 exhibitor personnel, 6,365 members of the media all jostling around the 2.9 million square feet where 4,400 exhibitors showed off their best ideas— ended on January 10. And now it’s time to look back on what mattered in all of.

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Why The Slow Pace of IIoT Adoption?

The Slow Pace of IIoT Adoption The slow pace of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) adoption offers a lesson on technology getting ahead of its customers. Unlike pure software plays, IIoT requires a sophisticated network of sensors, along with meaningful data collection and algorithms that turn insights into actions. According to a Cisco study “60.

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Elon Musk and Falcon Heavy Launch Define Audacity

Image: SpaceX via Flickr. The SpaceX Falcon Heavy test launch was audacious. Audacious investments like this were once constrained to projects funded by government coffers. And while the U.S. government continues to be audacious, it no longer aims its audacity at the stars, but at the past. With the launch of Falcon Heavy, Elon Musk officially becomes.

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HP Gets Collaboration with new HP EliteBook 800 and ZBook Releases

HP Gets Collaboration with new HP EliteBook 800 and ZBook Releases HP announced a series of new devices, docks and displays today designed for the modern office environment. The integration of collaboration features in keyboards and microphones offers a leap that Microsoft has not made, despite their ownership of platforms like Skype for Business, which.

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8 CES 2018 Untrends

CES 2018 Untrends This year I am writing about CES 2018 from the sidelines, but with the number of press releases that have flowed into my inbox, I don’t feel like I’m missing much. And my feet have already sent me a thank you note from the future. Top-line: The biggest underlying shift at CES.

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CES 2017: It’s my Job

  CES 2017: It’s my Job Every January, I start my year in Las Vegas. There is always a certain level of excitement as friends and colleagues tell me how cool it is that I get to attend CES. And then inevitably, I return with a camera full of pictures, a pocket full of business.

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Business Implications: iPad Pro, iPhone 6s and new Apple TV

Business Implications: iPad Pro, iPhone 6s and new Apple TV A day after Apple made is September announcements, it is clear that they still hold THE technology leadership position. No company’s announcements create more buzz than Apple’s. Here’s a quick look at the potential business impacts of the September 9, 2015 Apple announcements. iPad Pro. While.

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Notes from Windows 10 Release Day -1

Tomorrow many people will receive the final bits of what is known as Windows 10. For those already previewing the release, as I am, it appears that a Windows Update process will push whatever bits are required to transform our machines from beta to released software — automagically. With the exception of a reboot, that process.

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Think Twice before Accepting a Google Gift: My Story of the The Google Chromecast Anniversary Gift That Never Gave

The saga of my Google Chromecast Anniversary Gift or Lessons Learned in Not Delivering Well on a Promise. Yesterday I read that Google was offering a free movie to celebrate with owners of Chromecast. So I went over to my Galaxy Tab S 8.4, connected to my Chromecast and went to offers. I had six offers.

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