Tag Archives: Mobile

Skin-Based Generators Scavenge Muscle Motion to Power Wearables – IEEE Spectrum

Flexible friction-based generators could lead to self-powered wearable electronics Source: Skin-Based Generators Scavenge Muscle Motion to Power Wearables – IEEE Spectrum

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Walk Around in the Sun to Power Wearables With This Cloth – IEEE Spectrum

Fabric woven from fiber-based solar cells and kinetic energy harvesters generates power day and night Source: Walk Around in the Sun to Power Wearables With This Cloth – IEEE Spectrum

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The FBI could have saved money with this iPhone 5c hack | Computerworld

The FBI may have paid a small fortune to unlock an iPhone 5c used by the San Bernardino shooter. But a security researcher has demonstrated a way to do it for less than $100. Source: The FBI could have saved … Continue reading

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What IT needs to know about iOS 10 | Computerworld

iOS 10 offers a range of technologies that make the iPhone and iPad even better enterprise devices and network citizens. But there are a couple of caveats. Source: What IT needs to know about iOS 10 | Computerworld

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Laptops are about to get a whole lot faster | Computerworld

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Apple touts A.I. in iOS and opens ‘crown jewels’ to devs | Computerworld

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New tech turns your arm into a smart watch touchpad | TechConnect

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a wearable technology that enables users to turn the skin on their lower arm into a touchpad, giving them a bigger surface to input information or commands to their smart watch. Source: New … Continue reading

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Samsung Developer Conference: IoT Innovation On Display – InformationWeek

The Internet of Things hasn’t quite caught on with consumers. But developers are working on changing that by rolling out innovative projects. Here’s a look at some on display at the recent Samsung Developer Conference. Source: Samsung Developer Conference: IoT … Continue reading

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How the smartphone is being reinvented (in 7 cases) | Computerworld

Smartphones are reaching the limits of innovation. Now they’re being transformed by their cases. Source: How the smartphone is being reinvented (in 7 cases) | Computerworld

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Sharp’s robot smartphone coming in May for $1,800 | TechConnect

Japan’s Sharp will launch in May a smartphone that’s built into a humanoid robot. Or is it a humanoid robot with a built-in smartphone? Source: Sharp’s robot smartphone coming in May for $1,800 | TechConnect

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How Apple is grooming the iPad to take over the Mac | TechConnect

The iPad Pro shows a maturation of the iPad lineup, moving it in a much more Mac-like direction. Source: How Apple is grooming the iPad to take over the Mac | TechConnect

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‘Shared iPad’ in Apple’s iOS 9.3 update is a big deal | Computerworld

Apple this week offered a tantalizing preview of its next update for iOS 9, showcasing Night Shift, CarPlay enhancements and — most importantly — a feature for education users that would fit right in at the office. Source: ‘Shared iPad’ … Continue reading

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10 Best Enterprise Products At CES – InformationWeek

InformationWeek went to CES so you didn’t have to. Here are the 10 best enterprise products we found lurking among the consumer gadgets and gear. Source: 10 Best Enterprise Products At CES – InformationWeek

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How Cell Phones Affect A Child’s Brain – Environmental Health Trust Environmental Health Trust

Tweet By Dr. Devra Davis, PHD The bone marrow of a child’s head absorbs 10 times more radiation than that of an adult   Here, you have a frying pan. You know it gets hot. So you just don’t tell … Continue reading

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Increased Smartphone Use Equals Lower GPA Among College Students

A new study from Kent State University found that the relationship between cellphone use and grade point average is “statistically significant and negative.” Source: Increased Smartphone Use Equals Lower GPA Among College Students

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Lenders may eye smartphone use before giving you a loan | Computerworld

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8 Hot Tech Jobs Getting Big Salary Bumps In 2016 – InformationWeek

Engineering jobs to mobile app developer positions are expected to post some of the largest salary gains in 2016, and some tech-related creative careers are not too far behind. Here’s a look at eight of those hot jobs. Source: 8 … Continue reading

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Surface Pro 4 Vs. iPad Pro: High-End Hybrid Showdown – InformationWeek

Apple and Microsoft are targeting the enterprise with high-end hybrid devices. We compare the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4 specs and promises. Which would you buy? Source: Surface Pro 4 Vs. iPad Pro: High-End Hybrid Showdown – InformationWeek

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HTML 5 Vs. Native Apps: What’s Best For Developers? – InformationWeek

Debate rages on about whether an HTML5 Web application or a native platform application is the best solution for your project team. We’ve put together this list of arguments — five for HTML5 and five for native apps — to … Continue reading

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Chinese hackers put iOS in the crosshairs with novel attack angles | Computerworld

For nearly a year, Chinese hackers have used a novel one-two punch to compromise iOS devices. Source: Chinese hackers put iOS in the crosshairs with novel attack angles | Computerworld

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