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Synaptics Shows Off Thinner Screens, No-Touch Displays And Flexible Biometrics

It’s always great to meet up with the people at Synaptics – like I did at Mobile World Congress (MWC16) to see what the future holds from a touch-interface standpoint. Andrew Hsu, Head of the Concept Prototyping Team had lots...

CommScope Survey: Better Building Wireless Worth $1 Million

A common challenge for many businesses is having adequate connectivity. You’d think in the US this isn't an issue but I can tell you from firsthand experience (I am also CEO of a New York and Connecticut provider of IT...

Top 10 Mobile World Congress Trends #MWC16

I’ve just returned from a whirlwind event for the telecom market known as Mobile World Congress and I’m still amazed by the amount of optimism I’ve just witnessed. It would not be an exaggeration to say this level of...

Bolste Offers Your Company Workflow 2.0

The company says its developed a Business Operating System There are a bewildering number of corporate solutions which are cloud-based and help boost productivity. Web conferencing, file storage, chat and project management are just a few of these. In each...

Dialogic Plunges into Apps with PowerVille

By technology standards, Dialogic is a veteran – having been established in 1983, the company has supplied communications infrastructure used by carriers, enterprises and developers for many, many decades. The New Jersey company enjoyed the benefit of providing solutions which...

PayPal CEO: More Change in the Next 5 years than Last 30

As the title of this piece implies - amazing things are happening in the world of technology which tie in nicely to the three more big reasons to come to ITEXPO next week in Fort Lauderdale, FL.First up is an amazing...

The PBX Squeeze and How You'll Benefit

The following diagram is borrowed from the substantial cranial database of TMC partner in WebRTC Expo and UC University, Phil Edholm who was a major tech driver at Nortel and Avaya for decades. It was modified a bit by me....

Tomorrow's Cloud, Optimized by Plantronics

Most people think of the cloud as being removed from the local environment because, after all, it requires the addition of a browser to access. But thanks to innovation from the people at Plantronics, the cloud can now reach through...

Kickstarter: Sometimes the Cloud Can't Keep a Secret

Data breaches happen - a while back Moveable Type upgraded its blogging software and posts scheduled to be seen at a later date were given away by tag pages which posted immediately. In other words if a blogger wrote about...

Alcatel-Lucent Outlines Next Generation Communications

Having recently purchased a Sony Dash which I still need to take out of the box, I am obviously intrigued by the idea of devices which allow widgets to run on them. Apparently Alcatel-Lucent too is enamored with the concept...

Google's Very Cool TTS Service

Search leader seemingly giving everything away for free now offers cloud-based text-to-speech as well In what has to be one of the most interesting "simple" services, Google translate allows you to send the company a simple text string and have...

Thomas Howe Takes CEO Role at Jaduka

At TMC's ITEXPO earlier this month I had a chance to briefly chat with voice 2.0/mashup guru Thomas Howe. At the show he told me there was big news coming and he was soon going to become CEO of a...

Yahoo Adds Social Features to Mail

In a promising move, Yahoo will add social features to its mail service and increase the "sociability" of many of its services. In addition, you will now be able to turn the electronic mail service into a "scrapbook for your...

IntelePeer And Communications Opportunities

We can sit around for hours and discuss where the global economy is going. And while this is a fun discussion, the reality is no one knows. What we do know however is people will still be communicating in the...

Touchless Gives Glimpse of GBUI

We have seen the futuristic user interfaces of movies like Minority Report and The Matrix Revolutions where people wave their hands in 3 dimensions and the computer understands what the user wants and shifts and sorts data with precision....

Dialogic One -- Day Two

I am here at day two of the Dialogic One conference in San Diego at the Hotel Del Coronado and who did I run into but Thomas Howe -- who will be speaking later today about mashups (surprise!). In addition,...

Keating on Skype, Pika and Zune

You know what? I was looking at Tom Keating's blog today and there is some good stuff worth sharing. First he points to an Om Malik interview of Josh Silverman the CEO of Skype and then reminds us of how...

Communications, Speech Markets Have Positive Outlook

Two days -- two shows, two cities and two trains which left at dawn. Wow... What a rush. What I picked up from the Channel Partners (Boston) and SpeechTek (New York) shows is  the communications market and the call...

Application Session Controllers and Why You Need Them

As service providers look to upgrade their infrastructure and build new networks, they have many decisions to make. One of these has to do with the revenue producing applications which currently exist on their network. Do they all need to...

HTC Dream Coming Soon

The much anticipated Google Android phone looks like it will finally see the light of day on the T-Mobile network. It is worth noting that some of the more interesting developments in the world of mobile phones have come from...

Is Ribbit The Phone Company of the Future?

As telephony opens up, many companies are looking to take advantage of the new possibilities  communications offers. One example is Ribbit, an organization which bills itself as Silicon Valley's first phone company. According to Crick Waters (pictured) one of...

Communications Developer Call for Papers

Be sure to submit your call for papers entries for the Communications Developer show which will be collocated with ITEXPO later this year in the Los Angeles, California Convention Center. The specific dates of the event will be September 16-18,...

Polycom's Software Play and More

Depending on the era, if I asked people what the name Polycom makes them think of they would give me different answers. In the nineties it was video conferencing and audio conferencing devices. Around 2000 you could add IP phones...

Web 2.0 comes to CRM

The above graphic is a bank mashup showing all banks in Norwalk, CT -- where TMC headquarters are located. (credit: Webmashup.com) A logical place for mashups to show up are in customer relationship management applications where they can allow...

Skype Developer Program Change

Andy Abramson reports that Paul Amery (interview) is no longer the Director of Developer Programming at Skype. I liked Paul a great deal and he had tremendous passion and enthusiasm for his work at Skype.   You may remember Amery...
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