Mobile & Wireless

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Wearables
On the heels of Kenneth Cole’s pioneering use of Google Glass for its Mankind fragrance campaign, I have set my sights on turning wearable technology from a niche-marketing tool into a mainstream activity. Joined by industry experts for a panel on wearable technology at Brooklyn’s recent Northside Festival, we had the opportunity to explore the different Continue Reading →

Cannes: Mobile First

Cannes
Tickets? Check. Passport? Check. Invitations to awesome parties and events? Check. Mobile phone? Che… err… um… mobile phone? Smart phone? Cell phone? Heading to the south of France for a conference that self-describes as “the world’s greatest celebration of creative communications in all its forms,” I’m expecting to see some amazing examples of mobile creativity. Continue Reading →
When Apple unveiled iOS 8 at WWDC on June 2, it officially marked Apple’s entry into the mobile health and Quantified Self arena. While iOS 8 doesn’t revolve around health as early reports suggested, it was one of the most exciting new aspects of the mobile OS. “Health” (the name of the app) and “HealthKit” Continue Reading →
Best Photography Apps
It’s that time of the year again, when seniors and 8th graders walk across the stage and collect their diplomas. Whether graduation is over or yet to happen, parents will want to take plenty of pictures! Here are five mobile apps best suited for perfecting photos and documenting your student’s achievement in education. DMD Panorama (iPad, Continue Reading →
Smartphone Business Travel
Most of us want to stay in touch when we’re abroad – after all, part of the fun is sharing our adventures (or misadventures) in real time by texting, posting to Facebook, Instagram-ing sights (or meals), tweeting or even making an old-school phone call. And our smartphones have taken the place of so many gadgets Continue Reading →
WWDC 2014
Count me among the many excited by Apple’s WWDC keynote on Monday. A bunch of the new iOS features seemed great, I love getting free OS X updates for my MacBook and the developers’ reactions to the dev stuff Apple showed off left me looking forward to apps that’ll launch in the near future. Even Continue Reading →
LG G3
Here’s my short list of awesome gifts for dads and grads: If you need a smartphone today… HTC One M8 (MSRP $199 w/ 2-Year Contract) Apple and Samsung have held the “best smartphone” crown for several years, but the best all-around phone on the market right now is the HTC One M8. It’s got an Continue Reading →
iPad Air
I’d like to think I know most of what my iPad can do, but every once in a while I’m pleasantly surprised by a new feature. To kill time on a recent road trip, I wanted to load up my iPad with movies and comic books, but I wasn’t sure how. I figured, based on Continue Reading →
Toll Plaza
On May 15, 2014, the FCC voted to move forward with considerations on a proposal for new rules known as "Open Internet" rules -- the new name for Net Neutrality. If you are a provider of Internet services, nothing has changed. You still get to do business exactly the way you have been. If you are a concerned citizen wondering how you can compete and prosper in a world where ISPs charge for the "fast lane," you still have time to make your case. Continue Reading →
Smartphone Business Travel
Most business travelers are used to lugging around their laptop. It’s bulky, but necessary. But with the rise of mobile technology, smartphones and tablets can do much of the same things laptops can in a much smaller and more convenient package. You might think equipping your traveling employees with mobile tools will incur expensive roaming Continue Reading →

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