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Thales has announced its end-to-end integrated and distributed Long Term Evolution (LTE) solution for the US public safety market. It is the only network with a corresponding push-to-talk smart phone that offers a fully distributed architecture for the public safety and first responder communities.
Imec and Holst Centre announce a 2.3-/2.4-GHz transmitter for wireless sensor applications compliant with 4 wireless standards (IEEE802.15.6/4/4g and Bluetooth Low Energy).
Imec, Holst Centre and their partners in the EU FP7 project ORICLA have fabricated what they claim to be the world's first RFID (radio frequency identification) circuit made in low-temperature thin-film technology that allows reader-talks-first communication. The technology behind this prototype is indispensable to create RFID tags that are cheap enough and have enough performance to be used as intelligent item-level tags on the packaging of retail consumer goods.
Cambridge Consultants will demonstrate its latest Bluetooth low energy (BLE) iPhone 4S applications using CSR's BLE devices at this year's Mobile World Congress. Cambridge Consultants recently worked with CSR on tools and example device software that assists developers wishing to create applications for Apple's latest iPhone and Mac products; one key target group for this being the growing mobile health (mHealth) market.
España implantó por vez primera su iniciativa de la Historia Clínica Electrónica (ICE) en Andalucía, donde ya es una realidad para 8 millones de personas. Esta estrategia se amplió a otras Comunidades Autónomas, encontrándose, actualmente, las historias clínicas de las diferentes Comunidades integradas a nivel nacional. En 2010, más del 95 por ciento de los médicos de Atención Primaria de toda España recurrieron a la Historia Clínica Electrónica.
Europa no ceja en su empeño por innovar. A la creciente lista de productos y servicios innovadores se suma el primer circuito de identificación por radiofrecuencia (RFID) del mundo, diseñado y creado por el Interuniversitair Micro-Electronica Centrum Vzm (IMEC, Bélgica), el Centro Holst (Países Bajos) y el consorcio ORICLA.
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(AP) -- The Navy has launched a new communications satellite after two weather-related scrubs last week.
(AP) -- T-Mobile USA on Thursday said it will revamp its wireless data network this year, with the side effect of making it compatible with iPhones and some other smartphones sold by competing carriers.
Google Inc. has sent an ever-clearer signal that it could be bringing a TV service to the Kansas City market.
Can digital games and virtual worlds help us save nature? Conservation scientists Bruno Monteferri, Chris Sandbrook and Bill Adams explore whether computer gaming is a new frontier for conservation.
The future of webOS - the innovative mobile software that three successive CEOs at Hewlett-Packard have struggled to make into a profitable product - may lie somewhere in the windowless rooms of a Stanford Medical School radiology lab.
Bridging a divide between sighted and blind gamers, University of California, Santa Cruz graduate Rupa Dhillon has created a version of the musical rhythm "Rock Band" game that everyone can play.