Bluetooth 5 offers longer range, great speeds and larger broadcast message capacity. It is optimized for the Internet of Things (IoT). More >
Microsoft made Windows fascinating again. By allowing the platform to move to a different processor, it has suddenly created the possibility of a smartphone that can perform the same breadth of services as a laptop. More >
Engineering staffs should look very carefully at whether what is being announced indeed is 5G, or if marketing departments are pushing things in order to make it appear that the carrier for whom they work is keeping up. More >
News this week included driverless cars, 4G smartphone markets, browser wars, VoIP protection and fake phones. More >
Kony has now embarked on an omni-channel approach to build applications by opening the core engine inside its development platform, Nitro, to multiple web application development frameworks. More >
The physical nature of smartphones has been front and center since the Galaxy Note 7 began catching fire and forced a humiliating and costly recall by Samsung, but iOS may be more troublesome. More >
The wearable device can be activated to sound an alarm and send out a location-based text alert in the event of an attempted assault.More >
There isn’t enough consumer interest for GPS technology to help safeguard kids.More >
An Appster executive chimes in on smartwatches and how they might fare in the market. He also discusses how apps and interconnectivity will contribute to their success or demise.More >
Here are the top 10 strategic technology trends that will impact most organizations in 2017. Strategic technology trends are defined as those with substantial disruptive potential or those reaching the tipping point over the next five years.
The Intel Atom processor E3900 series employs 14-nanometer silicon to push processing horsepower out to the very edge of distributed IoT environments.
Digital innovation is by far the biggest influencer, changing the way we do just about everything, from shopping to communication to running a business.
In one version of the future, the IoT will collapse into a series of unconnected or semi-connected islands with varying degrees of functionality and security.More >
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