Month: September 2016

LinkNYC: The Ultimate Sin Hub in your Neighborhood

Once upon a time you had to travel to Las Vegas to live the Sin City Experience but why bother
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Samsung’s Service Problems may have Doomed it for Years

Apple’s biggest global competitors are Samsung, and coming soon, Xaomi and Huawei but only Samsung has the global name recognition
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Iridium Doubles-Down on IoT Support, Faster Connections

“If you have a coverage map, you aren’t global,” said Tim Last, VP & GM M2M Business at Iridium when
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Procera Helps Carriers Shape Even Encrypted Traffic

One of the biggest challenges for network operators is certainly dealing with the growth of network traffic in a margin-compression
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IoT MVNO PodSystem Pledges More Partnerships and Not to Compete with Customers

Business travelers get the idea of the single SIM card which allows global connectivity at reasonable pricing. I’ve written about
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MultiTech Intros New 4G-LTE Cat 1 and LoRa Solutions

For anyone who worked with PCs during the 1980s they remember MultiTech as a major player in the world of
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Cybersecurity and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

There are perhaps four major cybersecurity incidents in my mind which are world-changing. The first is the OPM data breach
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Jabra Halo Smart Wireless Stereo Headphones a Great iPhone 7 Companion

Confirming months of rumors, Apple announced two new iPhone 7 models which have no headphone jacks. There are two schools
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You Can Now Use your Phone on the Plane

The latest Windows 10 update makes it easier than ever to bring your mobile lifestyle onto an airplane. If you
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You Can Get Fired for Choosing Dropbox: A True Story

An MSP is contacted by a publicly traded company looking for help managing their IT. When the MSP goes to
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