The federal regulators are requiring commercial fleet managers, operators, and drivers to transition from using paper to log hours of service to using electronic logging devices. While the use of ELDs is designed to improve the HOS process, it could be a financial strain on smaller carriers and individual track drivers, warned ABI Research.
Gamaya, a Switzerland-based agricultural drone provider, has raised 3.2 million Swiss francs (US $3.23 million) in a Series A funding round. The company uses hyperspectral imaging, drones and artificial intelligence to aid the agriculture industry.
AT&T announced Thursday that it is offering unlimited data for connected cars for $40 per month to AT&T Unlimited Plan customers.
Software giant SAP announced Thursday its SAP Digital Consumer Insight service that allows retailers to use customers' mobile data within the store to find out age and gender information and even where the shopper is coming from.
Google's kickoff to its 2016 I/O conference Wednesday proved an undeniable truth: Mobile is king.
Mobile backend as a service platform Kinvey just made the pot sweeter in terms of its offerings for enterprise customers with its Mobile Data Connect for SAP.
What exactly can you learn about yourself when you connect all of your most used mobile applications and create bar graphs to provide visual correlations based on the data? Personal analytics platform Sherbit used this idea as the basis for its mobile app currently available on iOS.
Mobile database platform company Realm has introduced a database for Microsoft's recently acquired mobile app framework Xamarin.
Next week, a new digital assistant launches – and it's supposed to be the most powerful yet. It's called Viv, and it's been in the making for four years, according to an article at the Washington Post.
Microsoft is beefing up its document-sharing platform SharePoint to steal some spotlight away from collaboration platform companies like Slack and Box, and will be introducing iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile apps, according to an article at The Wall Street Journal.