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Rimm along with other Smartphone makers like Palm have had to sit on the sidelines as Google led Android smartphones seem to have caught the imagination of gadget lovers. The recent media frenzy over Google’s much anticipated Nexus One phone probably has not helped much either. The BlackBerry maker plans to change all that and retain it’s still strong following of business users with the launch of a $200 gadget called the BlackBerry Presenter that it is demonstrating at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.  When you plug the device into a big-screen TV or projector, you can wirelessly run a PowerPoint presentation straight from your BlackBerry itself. You don’t need to then lug your laptop around for meets and actually move around up to 30 feet while presenting. You will be able to navigate through presentations, view speaker notes, loop presentati... (more)

3D Printing Shines at Cirque Du Soleil's Las Vegas Nightclub "The Light" with Anouk Wipprecht

Las Vegas, NV, January 07, 2014 --(PR.com)-- On New Year’s Eve, "The Light", the first-ever nightclub by the creative minds behind Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas (Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino), launched new designs by renowned Fashion-Tech Designer Anouk Wipprecht as a celebratory crowd rang in 2014. "The Light" is known to combine cutting edge technology with out-of-this-world aesthetics, and as such, they invited Anouk to explore her work on wearable electronics and experiment with a set of technology-equipped, coordinated performance pieces to enhance the Cirque du Soleil experience. In turn, Anouk integrated techno-teasing and interactivity into her creations to compliment the mindset that Cirque du Soleil stages. On New Year's Eve, her effect-based designs found their match in the technical marvel that surrounded the nightclub. Among these designs were elements ... (more)

Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly – Week of February 2, 2014

Welcome to Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly, an online newsletter that consists of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility in Asia.  Asia is predicted to be the fastest area of growth for enterprise mobility between now and 2016. Also read Field Mobility News Weekly Also read M2M News Weekly Also read Mobile Commerce News Weekly Also read Mobile Cyber Security News Weekly Also read Mobile Health News Weekly Also read Mobility News Weekly Looking for an enterprise mobility solution?  Read the Mobile Solution Directory Here! Hewlett-Packard launched two Android tablet devices in India on January 15.  The Slate6 VoiceTab and Slate7 VoiceTab were both designed in Asia, offer voice-calling capability and are powered by quad-core processors.  Read Original Content The second annual China Information Technology Expo, the largest IT and consumer ... (more)

Connected Globe News Weekly – Week of August 10, 2014

Welcome to Connected Globe News Weekly, an online newsletter that consists of the most interesting news and articles related to M2M (machine to machine) and embedded mobile devices.  I aggregate the information, include the original links and add a synopsis of each article.  I also search for the latest market numbers such as market size, growth and trends in and around the M2M market. Also read Field Mobility News Weekly Also read Mobile Commerce News Weekly Also read Mobile Cyber Security News Weekly Also read Mobile Health News Weekly Also read Mobility News Weekly Looking for an enterprise mobility solution?  Read the Mobile Solution Directory Here! SNS Research's latest report indicates the installed base of LTE powered wireless M2M connections will reach nearly 210 Million by the end of 2020. Read Original Content In the latest analysis by ABI Research, OEM telemati... (more)

CES 2015 Theme: The 'Internet of Things' By @JnanDash | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

This year’s CES expects to have 160,000 attendees and tonight’s keynote by the CEO of Samsung Mr. BK Yoon was “unlocking infinite possibilities of IoT”. The Internet of Things seems to be the overall theme this year. Today I listened to an interesting panel on disruptive technologies over next five years. Here is a brief summary. 3D Printing: This year expects to see 300,000 desktop 3D printers in the US. Mainstream consumer adoption is doubtful. Someone jokingly said that you can build a statue of yourself and install it in your yard. Another term for 3D printing is additive manufacturing. Most likely it will be adopted by small industries providing repair service (by building plastic parts for a washing machine, for example). Many such 3-D printing devices are on display. Wearables: This is a diverse market of connecting the unconnected ($2B market). Healthcare s... (more)

Engadget Named Official Blog Partner of CES 2010

AOL announced today that the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) selected Engadget, as the Official Blog Partner of the 2010 International CES to be held January 7-10, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. In tandem with the show, Engadget will launch new mobile applications for the BlackBerry and Palm webOS devices that will join the site's just-released iPhone app. As part of the Official Blog Partnership, Engadget, which was recently voted as the blog of the decade as part of an AdweekMedia poll, will provide ongoing news coverage of the hottest products from more than 2,500 CES exhibitors at the 2010 International CES. “CEA’s choice of Engadget as the Official Blog Partner of CES further cements the site as the premiere voice in consumer electronics coverage. We will cover this year’s show with the fast-paced, up-to-the-minute reporting that has made Engadget the market... (more)

Motorola Droid Review

Consumer Electronics on Ulitzer Note from Bob Gourley: The following article was written by enterprise technology and mission IT expert Danny Proko and was originally seen on Facebook (you can find Danny there or on LinkedIn). A number of my friends asked me about my new gadget…the Droid…of which I’m the proud owner.  Here’s my assessment after 3 months of intensive use. I’ll break it down by: - Why I bought it… - GUI design and layout….usability…design intuitiveness - Phone interface - Search and discovery - Email/messaging/contact integration - Calendar integration - Integral navigational aid - 3rd-party apps - Stability, reliability - Would I buy it again, knowing all of this? Why I bought it…I wanted a more powerful handheld comms/computing device on a reliable 3G network. I’ve had all the networks, between the personal and professional comms devices I‘ve used, and Ver... (more)

Glide's Cloud Computing OS at CES 2010

Today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Glide is launching a powerful operating system for the Google Chrome browser. It is available for install today at http://www.GlideLife.com. Glide effectively transforms Google Chrome from a standard browser into an OS with a rich application suite and 20GBs of free storage. Glide equips Google Chrome with file synchronization and automated file format translation to speak with multiple remote Windows, Mac and Linux desktops and all mobile platforms, web content capture, a rights based file management system to manage data across desktops and mobile devices, a word processor, presentation app, spreadsheet, photo editor, email client, online meeting app, drawing tool, web publishing app, contact manager, calendar and much more.   “Glide inserts an operating system and an unusually rich suite of productivity and collabor... (more)

Ulitzer Launches CES 2010 Topic Offering Most Comprehensive News Coverage

CES 2010 on Ulitzer Ulitzer.com, the first revolutionary "new-media" platform in the world, launched today "CES 2010" topic (http://ces2010.ulitzer.com) to provide the most comprehensive breaking news covergae of the annual consumer electronics show. The International CES is produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the consumer technology industry. CEA represents more than 2,000 corporate members involved in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and integration of consumer electronics products. All profits from CES are reinvested into industry services, including technical training and education, industry promotion, engineering standards development, market research and legislative advocacy. Ulitzer Live! New-Media Conference & Expo The first "Ulitzer New-Media Power Panel" took place... (more)

New compact eReader concept unveiled by Liquavista and GBO Design-Engineering

7th January 2010 - Eindhoven - Today Liquavista BV and GBO Design-Engineering have unveiled a compact eReader concept produced to showcase Liquavista's display technology. Nicknamed 'the Pebble', the product concept was conceived to demonstrate to users and customers the impact of adopting dynamic high-brightness displays within a product environment and illustrate the values and benefits of Liquavista technology over existing eReader screens. "This collaboration demonstrates the way that our displays can be visualized and the impact that our technology will have on next generation devices" commented Guy Demuynck, Liquavista's CEO. "With the Pebble concept and the launch of our new color display LiquavistaColor, consumers can now read not only books but also enjoy magazines or newspapers as well as browse photos, video clips, enjoy social networking and make video ca... (more)

Google to Sell Unlocked ‘Super Phone’ Direct

Google whistled up an honest-to-God press conference complete with lunch, something that's very un-Google, to unveil its iPhone 3G-contesting, potentially Android-cannibalizing "Super Phone," the Nexus One smartphone. The Android 2.1-based, HTC-produced widget has a 3.7-inch touchscreen, 512MB of RAM, a 4GB SD card expandable to 32GB and a five-megapixel camera. It runs on Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon chip, includes both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections, syncs with Gmail, Google's calendar and contacts and GTalk, integrates turn-by-turn Google Maps driving directions and will accommodate Google Voice. Google said it didn't design the phone, HTC did, but Google means to sell an unsubsidized Nexus One for $529 direct at google.com/phone and let users make their own carrier arrangements - though whose may be an issue since it currently doesn't work on Verizon, Sprint or A... (more)