Archives June 2012
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Two wireless connectivity technologies reached significant milestones recently.
On May 22, the ZigBee Alliance announced that the number of ZigBee certified products now available has surpassed 500. This is a significant milestone for the ZigBee Alliance and demonstrates the commitment of its member companies to the technology. See my recent insight for more information.
Has the contactless fear factor already begun in the UK before contactless payments is truly adopted on a mass scale? It certainly looks this way. Back, in April 2012, Channel 4 aired a demonstration on how someone or a criminal can simply “sniff” a contactless card with the use of an NFC phone. By using ...
I have a Wii game console. We use it mostly for Wii Fit (exercise) but ocassionally play Wii Sports. Its connected features (Netflix, notably) fall short of other devices in our home – so we pretty much ignore those.
Now – with all the news about E3, Wii U (a tablet-like game controller) is interesting ...
In terms of sheer volume, Micello is the clear winner at the moment with over 8500 maps. The rest of the chasing pack is made up by Point inside, Navteq and smaller app-based mapping solutions from fastmall and Aisle 411. Google has publicly announced less than 100 maps but it is clear that ...
No sooner does ABI publish my recent Insight on the seemingly continuous flow of acquisitions taking place across the smart grid ecosystem than another quickly follows. After Eaton’s capture of Cooper Industries last month, I remarked that it is unlikely that its “chief competitors will be resting on their laurels – ABB, for example ...
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