Network testing via smartphone
The RANAdvisor Handheld multi-technology radio access network (RAN) analysis solution from JDSU helps wireless network professionals to optimise next-generation networks in the deployment phase. With this handheld product, test sourcing house Livingston complements its range of backpack and vehicle based RANAdvisor products.
Why won't my Palm Z22 work with Windows 8?
Rick Maybury advises a reader on how best to get their handheld to cooperate with Windows 8
NBA® 2K15 Now Available on the App Store and Amazon Fire Devices
2K today announced that NBA® 2K15 has arrived on mobile devices as a premium game for $7.99. Developed by Visual Concepts, a 2K Studio, NBA 2K15 delivers a completely reinvented po
HTC unveils small handheld camera RE, smartphone Desire Eye
The small camera comes with a 16 mega pixel CMOS sensor and a 146-degree wide-angle lens, which enables you to do a full length HD video recording.
OrthAlign, Inc. Introduces Its Precision Alignment Technology for TKAs, KneeAlign(R), at the London Knee Meeting ...
LONDON, United Kingdom -- via PRWEB - OrthAlign, Inc., a privately held U.S. based medical device company, debuted its KneeAlign(R) technology today in the United Kingdom at the London Knee Meeting.
Let this shape-shifting baton escort you around town
Don't you hate it when you have to constantly check your phone for map navigation, thus not able to fully enjoy the scenery while travelling? Rather than just switching to audio navigation (which can get annoying after a while), NTT Docomo believes...
Re-imagining mobile imaging
At its unveil event in New York, Technophile had the opportunity to go hand-on with HTC's latest smartphone and an all new handheld camera. The Desire Eye smartphone has been developed based on HTC’s new imaging technology - Eye Experience.
HP to shutter webOS cloud services
When is a brick not a brick? When nobody cares, says HP HP has announced it will shut down webOS cloud services on January 15th, 2015.…
Police, politicians take aim at curbing distracted driving
RCMP Const. Jamie Parsons didn’t need to pull over but the officer felt that a pat-on-the-back opportunity was worthy of a special gesture. Parsons merely wanted to thank a driver for making the effort to park his vehicle off the road to allow the motorist to safely — and legally — talk on his ...
Kids And Screen Time: Cutting Through The Static
One Los Angeles school is working technology into the learning process while avoiding traditional screen-time pitfalls.