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Winner of Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award provides broadband connectivity without expensive and vulnerable cable connections Los Angeles, California
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SMS Marketing and Business Text Messaging services leading provider TXTImpact, released a new Outlook 2013 Business text messaging add-in to enable texting support for Outlook 2013.
Platform to maintain optimum health of mobile network across a rural 10-county area HOLLYWOOD, Fla., April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Kaipac, the mobile technology company delivering
CANTON, Mass., April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) ("LoJack" or "the Company") today announced that John A.
Seeonic and Interstate Batteries’ co-developed RFID solution for taking battery inventory autonomously wins RFID Journal’s 2015 Best Implementation Award. Dallas,
To meet the challenges of today’s retailers and their global supply chains, r-pac International has combined their expertise at RFID tagging and commissioning with Truecount, the industry’s
Image Caption: Three 155 Mbps dishes on top of the Oil & Gas Commerce Building, Fort Worth TX. Credit: RockyDallas/Wikipedia Wireless broadband is a technology that gives users a high speed internet connection or a connection to a computer network covering a wide area without the use of a wired connection. Broadband is instant access to the Internet or a network at data rates greater than 1.5 Mbps. Originally wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) could only be accessed in...
Wi-Fi, a trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance, is not a technical term; however, the Alliance has used the term to describe only a narrow range of connectivity technologies including wireless local are network as well as PAN, LAN, and WAN. "IEEE 802.11", the technical term, has been used interchangeably with Wi-Fi even though Wi-Fi has become a superset of IEEE 802.11 over the past few years. It is used by over 700 million people and there are over 750,000 hotspots and around 800 million new Wi-Fi...
A walkie-talkie, hand-held and portable, is a two-way radio transceiver. Its development has been credited to Donald L. Hings, Alfred J. Gross, and engineering teams at Motorola. Other armed forces were developing similar designs. Walkie-talkies were commonly used in public safety, commercial and industrial job sites after the war. The walkie-talkies include a half-duplex channel as well as a "push-to-talk" switch that starts transmission. The typical version is similar to a telephone...
A remote control is an electronic device that can operate another piece of electronic equipment wirelessly from a short line-of-sight distance. Although it goes by many names, it is most commonly called the remote. They are usually small wireless handheld objects with various buttons and settings. Most of the time, the remote contains a much larger majority of controls than the small amount of primary controls the device itself has. Remotes communicate either through infrared or radio...
A peripheral is a piece of equipment that is attached to a host computer without being a part of it and is instead dependent on the host. It broadens the capabilities of the host, but does not form part of the core computer architecture. Common examples of peripherals include computer printers, scanners, headphones, speakers, and webcams. Some peripheral devices can be attached directly to the computer via a cord, cable, or USB device. Others can be attached wirelessly. It is not always...
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