Justin Collery developed Multipath Networks after he moved from his city center location to the suburbs and struggled to get fast and reliable broadband. Commercializing research developed in Ireland and Belgium he developed the Multipath router. Multipath technology aggregates Internet connections adding their speed and reliability. The router can bond any combination of technologies, DSL, Cable, 3G, 4G, wireless.
Anyone remember the myRolltop laptop concept pitched back in 2009? With Samsung and LG soon to produce flexible displays on their smartphones do you think this laptop could see the light of day? Here’s a little background on the myRolltop.
Gesture-based interface…..this should prove to be interesting.
Motorola today announced three enterprise mobile computers running the most popular version of the Android operating system (OS) supported by new Extensions (Mx) by Motorola Solutions security features and the fourth generation of RhoMobile Suite’s cross-platform development framework. This new set of technologies and development tools will help businesses adapt, enhance, integrate and secure the Android OS for enterprise customers.
Game controllers, hiring Ex TV Executives? Where is Apple going?
This is an idea I’m not sure the carriers will be up for.
Hmmmm. Apple TV around the corner? Not the little black hockey puck Apple TV but maybe a real Apple TV?
Twin Cities Public Televison and 3M launched a new website that offers science and technology served up for teens. TPT and 3M developed this idea in response to declining student interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). So what is going to make this so different from any other science and technology website? Sparticl is a place where teens not only find and read information but they interact and can even contribute to the content.
AT&T announced today that Austin Texas will be able to download their favorite shows and game at lightning speed with their new 100% Fiber 1 … Read more…
Prysm designs and manufactures videowall systems and is introducing the next generation of videowalls that is supposed to help users with team collaboration presentations. Prysm video walls are available in two sizes eight feet wide by five feet wide and fifteen feet wide by five feet wide.
Viewsonic just announced a new “Entertainment Display” that delivers a 2ms response time, HDMI connectivity and comes in both 22″ and 24″ variants. The VX52 series is full HD and coupled with ClearMotiv II Technology is able to deliver detailed and blur-free graphics. Read on for more from Viewsonic’s press release.
The Leap Motion Controller has hit the sales floor of Newegg.com and it comes with a free copy of GameWAVE, an app for mapping keyboard commands, macros, mouse clicks and movements to simple hand gestures to improve gaming and productivity. The Leap Motion is selling for $79.99 on Newegg and is available now. Here’s what Leap Motion and Newegg had to say about the announcement.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics has formed a partnership with PowerbyProxi to further research and develop of wireless charging and wireless power solutions for consumer electronics and home appliances. PowerbyProxi has also received $4 million in funding from Samsung Ventures Investment Corporation.
Delta announced they are giving all of their 11,000 pilots a Microsoft Surface 2 tablet. The initial plan is to replace the pilots paper based flight kits where they keep their navigation charts and operations manuals.
Some rather interesting news over the weekend, Canon, Samsung, HP and Xerox have formed the Mopria Alliance a global non-profit membership organization formed to promote, simplify and increase accessibility of wireless printing from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Canon’s press release said the following about this alliance.
Looks like Kia is going to make a run at the luxury market by introducing the Kia Quoris in 2014. The Quoris has only been available in Korea and the Middle East where it goes by the name K9. The exact specifications of the Quoris have not been released but it is aiming for the luxury slot so we would expect it to have quiet a few high end features.
Our UK readers will be pleased to know that LightwaveRF , a company in the smart home technology field, has released their Android App to help users control their smart home experience. LightwaveRF controls dimmer switches, ultra slim-line power sockets and LED lights, all from your smartphone or tablet.
LG busted out their new LAP340 (dubbed the LG Soundplate) at the 2013 CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) Expo in Denver, CO. The Soundplate is a minimalist designed sound system optimized for optimized for flat panel HDTVs.
I am a racing fan. No doubt about it. While I probably can not name drivers in the different series of racing, I love to watch racing. F1, Nascar, Indy, Motocross you name it. If it has wheels and an engine, most likely I will watch it. So I was pleasantly surprised this morning to find Infiniti showing us how an F1 race car is made.
So how cool would it be to able to capture the things around you in 3D, all from your mobile device? The makers of the Structure Sensor (Occipital) claim their device can not only scan things in 3D, but it will allow you to “play augmented reality games, develop mobile applications and capture models of rooms.” Here’s just a little more of what the folks at Occipital had to say.
Apple has announced a performance update to their all in one desktop line up, the iMac. With the fourth generation Intel quad-core processor, new graphics, next-gen Wi-Fi and faster flash storage. The bumped up specs will certainly entice any would be buyer. Here’s what Apple had to say about the improved specifications.
Samsung announced a new leap forward for CMOS sensors in mobile cameras today dubbed, ISOCELL. The ISOCELL tech is supposed to increase the sensors light sensitivity which in turn would help control electron absorption giving the end result higher color fidelity even in low-light conditions.