device technology

device technology

BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: Is It Time To Stop Building Mobile Websites?
American Airlines to equip all of its flight attendants with Galaxy Notes this year

EMG Sues Google for Infringing Mobile Device Technology

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EMG Technology has sued Google in U.S. District Court, alleging that Google's Chrome mobile browser infringes a patent EMG holds related to touch Internet......
EMG Sues Google for Infringing Mobile Device Technology

Lookout: Lost And Stolen Smartphones Will Cost Consumers Over $30B In 2012

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From personal experience, losing your phone (especially a smartphone) can be both frustrating and expensive. Lookout, a company that offers security services for a number of smartphone platforms, has conducted a phone loss study, which revealed that lost phones, if unrecovered, could cost U.S. consumers more than $30 billion this...
Lookout: Lost And Stolen Smartphones Will Cost Consumers Over $30B In 2012
6 technologies and innovations that could finally go mainstream in 2013

Debunking the iPhone throttling myth

gigaom.com
There’s a lot of hubbub brewing around a blog post from iTweakiOS (since removed) that claims AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint are working in conjunction with Apple to limit – or throttle — the maximum speed of iPhone 5 on their networks. I have no access to the original post,...
Debunking the iPhone throttling myth

The DIY Renaissance: U.K. Accelerator Springboard Launches Dedicated Bootcamp For Hardware Startups

techcrunch.com
Move over software, the London and Cambridge, U.K.-based accelerator, Springboard, is launching a dedicated program for hardware startups, focusing on the Internet of Things. The new three-month accelerator bootcamp — called Springboard Internet of Things — is backed by program partners ARM, Unilever, Neul and Raspberry Pi, who will play an active role...
The DIY Renaissance: U.K. Accelerator Springboard Launches Dedicated Bootcamp For Hardware Startups

Intel, IDT to make resonance charging a reality, see reference chipset coming in first half of 2013

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Intel has been talking up wireless charging for years, to the point where we thought its implementation would forever remain a concept for the lab. Not so: Intel is having Integrated Device Technology (IDT) build a real-world chipset to support resonance charging in our gadgets. The lofty goal is...
Intel, IDT to make resonance charging a reality, see reference chipset coming in first half of 2013
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