For the first time in history, US consumers are using mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, more than PC’s to access the internet. This is the main reason why more and more companies are creating apps and making their websites mobile-friendly to reach more consumers.
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During this presentation, KORE will take a look at evolving technological and industry-specific trends that are contributing to a shift from traditional PC-based applications to tablet-based applications. As an increasing number of businesses become reliant on mobile, “deskless” employees, it’s becoming increasingly important for these workers to have a versatile, [...]
RealWear has partnered with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to incorporate the HPE MyRoom Visual Remote Guidance (VRG) solution into the RealWear HMT-1. This is claimed to be the first voice-driven, completely hands-free, head-mounted tablet for connected industrial workers.
In 2016 there were approximately 17.68 billion connected devices globally and predictions suggest that this could grow fourfold by 2025. However, according to the new Recall Industry Spotlight, released by Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS, these devices also come with potentially serious drawbacks.
Field service organisations are continually looking to foster greater productivity, visibility and efficiency in order to meet the demands of their customers and leapfrog the competition.
The international public relations company, Hotwire has issued statistics on the most tweeted about brands and topics (using #MWC2016) at last week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The total number of #MWC2016 comments on Twitter came to 405,132.
Astellia, a provider of monitoring products for the optimisation of mobile network Quality of Service (QoS), has unveiled its new C-Sight application for smartphones and tablets.
New 4G mobile broadband offering enables video, voice and messaging conversations using any combination of device, screen or network.
A new research report from Gothenburg, Sweden-based analyst firm Berg Insight, says that 2.0% of mobile network connections worldwide were used for wireless machine-to-machine communication at the end of 2010.
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