GTX Corp., recently announced its flagship GPS and BLE (Bluetooth low energy) SmartSole line of products have been purchased from Canadian distributor Safe Tracks GPS Canada Inc.
Collaboration is becoming a key factor in the world of M2M and IoE (Internet of Everything).
Lively, www.mylively.com, says it has a new watch that does more than just tell time.
ORBCOMM, www.orbcom.com, is reconnecting with outer space by running commercial service to its first six satellites it deployed earlier this year.
Robots may seem like the stuff of science-fiction movies, but many vertical markets are leveraging robotics technology to accomplish goals in today’s connected world.
The worldwide SDN (software-defined networking) market for the enterprise and the cloud-service provider segments is predicted to climb from $960 million in 2014 to more than $8 billion by 2018.
According to a study by HBR (Harvard Business Review) Analytic Services, and sponsored by Verizon Enterprise Solutions, businesses which embrace new technologies will see returns.
According to one market research firm, the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) market has some growth coming its way throughout the next several years.
Remote patient monitoring is making it possible for healthcare providers to better care for a greater number of patients.
A new partnership and a new product offering are a couple of moves that have been made in efforts to promote safe driving.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is just about ready for LTE (long-term evolution).
A recent research report by Trustwave, www.trustwave.com, into the strength of a company or personal password revealed the ease with which someone could come up with that information and gain access to important files.
Shopping is one of consumers’ favorite pastimes. With mobile technologies and connected devices such as smartphones, the shopping experience is becoming more connected.
Samsung, www.samsung.com/us, announced it has started mass producing 3D TSV (through silicon via) package technology, further strengthening its technological leadership in the “3D memory” era.
With stories appearing almost daily of businesses getting hacked into, it’s not uncommon for people to wonder if any transaction using technology is safe.