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The WiMax carrier raised $734M this week but needs more before it can commit to deploying LTE
Bluetooth blood pressure monitor uses any Bluetooth version 4.0 'Smart Ready' smartphone or computer
IDT International Limited is claiming to have developed the world's first Bluetooth low energy (or Bluetooth Smart) blood pressure monitor, which is expected to be ready to go into volume production by March 2012 after receiving final US FDA and MDD (Europe) medical certification.
Topmost prediction for the mobile and wireless industry for 2012 is the recession is likely to hit smart devices sales
Commenting on the ICO's call for a rethink on location privacy, Cryptzone says that geo-location tagging security issues are likely to be a major issue in 2012 - and that many users of smartphones are unaware of the potentially serious security consequences of their use of the technology.
Embedded systems are increasingly networked with the internet. An example is the steady development of car-to-x services in the automotive industry. In order to roll out this type of applications on a broad scale, automatic testing will be an important building block. For this reason, automotive engineering company Berner & Mattner announced its participation in the international research project FITTEST - Future Internet Testing.
Forrester Research analyst Sarah Rotman Epps puts aside the tablet talk to discuss five computing form factors she sees possibly gaining momentum in the future.
Independa has unveiled its Artemis system of sensors to allow for remote monitoring of seniors' vital data in the cloud.
World's first demonstration of multi-vendor equipment interoperability in transmitting 100 gigabit ethernet signals over
Fujitsu Limited, NEC Corporation, and Anritsu Corporation today jointly announced that, in field tests, for the first time in the world they successfully demonstrated interoperability testing for optical network interface technology allowing telecommunications carriers to connect to each other at 100 Gigabit-class speeds, some 2.5- to 10-times faster than current speeds. Accordingly, this is the first time in the world that the transmission of 100 Gbps Ethernet signals over multiple optical networks using equipment from multiple vendors has been successfully demonstrated.