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The Wonders Of Wireless...

Blog   Folks who work in IT - like myself - often tend to take technology somewhat for granted.It's only when you get on a train at King's Cross, en route to Leeds and the mighty Elland Road, and find free WiFi all the way up the line - and it works - so you can write blogs like this one, that you start t...

Last updated: Mar 28, 2009   10:52 AM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      802.11n, Mobile data, NetMotion
Nokia WiFi handset lacks UMTS and 3G capabilities

Blog  September 21 2007: Nokia has become the latest in a crowd that is releasing WiFi handsets that lack UMTS or high-speed 3G capability. As we have noted, the multimodal handsets are both a potential positive in that they may be promoting FMC options and offering some symbiosis between wireless and wir...

Last updated: Sep 21, 2007   7:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
Doctors and Medical Staff go wireless thanks to Cisco

Blog  We have come a long way from the age of Doctors coming to our homes in horse-drawn carriages. I recently read about Cisco's healthcare solutions and was interested in how advanced their offering was. If you think about all the technology that goes into a hospital or doctor's office, there is a ton o...

Last updated: Aug 20, 2008   5:06 AM GMT  |  Blog: David’s Cisco Networking Blog
HTML5 and a coming client inflection point

Blog  When people first started trotting out DHTML apps for wireless devices in the 90s a common mistake was to require that the app was always on, always connected. The problem was not limited to wireless devices. Enter the asynchronous architecture. Ajax especially proved to provide just enough powe...

Last updated: Jun 22, 2010   1:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: Microservices Matters
Apple's record-setting quarter and what it means for telecom

Blog  Telecom is a hard-knock life sometimes, like this week when Apple announced its most profitable quarter EVER. No small part of that smashing success is the 7.4 million iPhones sold in the quarter. Of course, in the U.S., AT&T benefits from those new iPhone users since they use AT&Ts 3G wi...

Last updated: Oct 20, 2009   9:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: Telecom Timeout
Open Kernel Labs' gung-ho Americana approach to secure mobile

Blog  Open Kernel Labs (OK Labs) is a company that describes itself as an embedded virtualisation software for mobile phones specialist. Its SecureIT Mobile offering is based on the company's OKL4 Microvisor and is said to enable mobile OEMs, mobile network operators (MNOs) and integrators the option to b...

Last updated: Oct 21, 2010   7:36 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Uncategorized
BYOA, the new BYOD

Blog  Everyone has heard of bringing your own device to the workplace, or the BYOD trend. While many networking products have been ramped up over the past several year to accommodate more devices entering the enterprise network, the next-generation trend has entered the arena and attention must be paid. ...

Last updated: Dec 7, 2012   9:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
The handwriting on the tablet: Users, mobility and wireless networks

Blog  One of the prime areas of focus for tech recently has been the tablet PC space. Tablets are far from new in fact, some of the "new" models are more like reprises of earlier tablets, in that they're little more than a keyboard-less notebook. The iPad, of course, created an alternative vision of a...

Last updated: Nov 4, 2010   5:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
Verizon Wireless: Ready for hurricanes and zombie apocalypse

Blog  Verizon Wireless pumped out a press release today promoting a sort of ho-humvideo about emergency preparedness. Yawn. To be fair, I did appreciate the split-screen,24-style scene about how to change a cell phone battery one minute into the clip. Dammit, Chloe, we're running out of time! Diggin...

Last updated: Jun 4, 2010   4:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Telecom Timeout
Samsung: It's better to be SAFE than sorry

Blog  LAS VEGAS -- Two new Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Tab 7.7, will offer security and management enhancements for business users. The devices, announced this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, are the first to carry the Samsung Approved for Enterprise (SAFE) tag. S...

Last updated: Jan 11, 2012   0:53 AM GMT  |  Blog: Taking Back IT
Cha-ching: AT&T aims for business customers with $1 billion spending spree

Blog  Recession? What recession? AT&T scoffs at the suggestion, releasing a $1 billion spending plan to feed its cash cow -- its business services, which grew its fourth quarter revenue by 17% year-over-year. The usually demure telco surprised us by opening its play book for all to see (us to AT&...

Last updated: Apr 6, 2010   8:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Telecom Timeout
Mobile sensing technology could help track the health of seniors

Blog  One important goal of community health is to improve the overall quality of life for patients. Everyday behaviors of patients -- such as social interaction and physical activity -- can be indicative of overall health and predictive of future health problems. But collecting such data through periodic...

Last updated: Jul 14, 2011   6:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      mobile health, mobile health technologies, mobile sensing
Juniper acquisition rumors swirl around Bytemobile

Blog  At least one financial analyst (Avian Securities) says Juniper is considering a bid for Bytemobile, a provider of specialty service tools and mobile optimization solutions for the wireless space. There could be significant symbiosis between Bytemobile and Junos Space, in our view. Service-layer and ...

Last updated: Dec 17, 2009   2:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
Twilios developer-first approach to programmable cellular communications

Blog  Cloud communications software company Twilio has announced Twilio Programmable Wireless. This is programmable cellular communications software that offers APIs to power web-connected Internet of Things (IoT) products. To be clear, Twilio is making the cellular connectivity element itself programma...

Last updated: Apr 20, 2018   10:14 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network
Government Accountability Office recommends medical device security

Blog  As more personal health information flows through medical devices and over wireless networks, federal officials say more regulations are needed to ensure both device and data security. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in a report recommends the FDA more thoroughly regulate medical de...

Last updated: Oct 2, 2012   5:56 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      FDA, gao, medical device security
Gartner on mobile device management

Blog  The mobility and wireless tracks were packed at the Gartner Catalyst Conference 2011 this week in San Diego, underscoring the pressure enterprises are under to accommodate mobility demands. in fact, the standing-room only sessions on Wednesday drew grumbles from some attendees who wondered why Gartn...

Last updated: Jul 29, 2011   5:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Security Bytes
Google and wireless regulation in the U.S.

Blog  Theres more debate on the smartphone VoIP front as both Google and T-Mobile deny there were any deliberate restrictions placed on Skype for the T-Mobile Android handsets. Google said there was no full-feature Skype implementation offered as yet for Android, and T-Mobile said it had put no pressur...

Last updated: Aug 24, 2009   12:25 AM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
The mobile future of business and Apple

Blog  When Apple introduced the iPhone 7 last week, with no headphone jack, and its wireless earbuds, it was sketching out a future in which devices connect to other devices, to the internet, to people -- without cords. And though consumers were the target of the San Francisco event, it was the future...

Last updated: Sep 15, 2016   8:07 PM GMT  |  Blog: TotalCIO   |      Apple, iPhone 7, Mobile
Convert PSTN to SIP to use cell phone as cordless phone

Answer  Dear all, Im all new to VoIP and telephony in general and don't know the correct terminology...probably someone else already posted my questions in another thread but I managed to confuse the search engine with my query terms. Anyways. Basically I have a PSTN telephone line on which an ADSL mode...

Last updated: Mar 10, 2009   9:56 PM GMT   |    Cell phones, PSTN, SIP
Finland's Internet-of- yhdistetty lykkt laitteet Things

Blog  Internet of Things and cloud mobile software application development software firm Kii (pron: key) has partnered with Finland-based Haltian (pron: Hal-tee-ah), a firm known for its development and 'productization' of wireless devices. Kii's developer community can now use Haltian's IoT developmen...

Last updated: Apr 26, 2015   9:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      Uncategorized
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