Swedish wireless firm Ericsson, an early leader in Internet of Things (IoT) development, pulled out all of the stops when it comes to the IoT at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Intel appears to be getting even more heavily into OpenStack – and in a big way. The company's Intel Capital arm led a $100 million round of funding for pure play OpenStack vendor Mirantis.
Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia are leading vendors in the LTE network infrastructure, according to the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant report published last week.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Monday, Dec. 8, including the standards process for 5G technology, a wireless charging system for larger devices, Yahoo's battle with Twitter as third largest mobile ad platform, one-eighth of 4G subs will use LTE-A next year and Mobile DRAM market growth through 2019.
With most patients owning mobile devices, mobile healthcare promises to revolutionize the industry and shift the balance of power from the doctor to the patient.
LAS VEGAS--Mobility and mobile apps are "radically" changing the enterprise, observes SAP CEO Bill McDermott.
As more enterprises deploy machine-to-machine products, a concern of IT managers is whether a generic solution will work in their corporate environment. To address IT concerns about adopting technology, AT&T set up its AT&T Foundry with $100 million in funding from a number of sponsors including Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Amdocs, Intel and Microsoft.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, promises to revolutionize the way we do business as well as the way we live our lives. Here is a brief IoT history to help you understand where we have come from and where we may be going.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for May 6, including the expected release features of the iWatch, the coming growth in the small cell market, how Nokia overtook Cisco in a key market, the top 20 mobile security players and how the African continent is about to get a lot more mobile.
Using your mobile phone to make phone calls--that's like so 20 th century. The generation that grew up with smartphones appears to not realize that they can make phone calls using their mini-computers.