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AI Continues to Drive Innovation at Mobile World Congress 2017

Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry held in Barcelona each year and hosted by the GSMA. While the conference has traditionally focused on the current state and future of mobile technology, MWC is evolving to focus on connectivity in general, and the devices and new technologies that fuel a more connected world.

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Life As a Nomophobe and How to Deal

By Jason Russell, Managing Partner | 2/3/17 12:36 PM

Recently I went nearly an entire week without a cell phone. I know, I know, amazing right? You’re probably thinking my mental fortitude is incredible isn’t it? Was it part of my New Year’s resolution for 2016? Well… um, sadly, no.

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How Does Google Translate Work?

I just returned from a trip down to Mexico for my best friend’s wedding where, despite many shocking sights and sounds, the most astonishing thing I experienced was the Google Translate word lens in action.

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Artificial Intelligence Fuels Consumer Product Innovation at CES 2017

This past week marked the 50th anniversary of CES - the Consumer Electronics Show. It’s the hottest event for consumer technology and electronics. As electronics become more connected, we are paying attention to what’s next and how these new innovations will impact the future of our industry.

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How Google Hopes to Revolutionize IoT with Android Things

A few weeks ago, Google announced its newest attempt to securely connect its cloud to all smart devices with Android Things, a new OS Google developed to power smart devices and the Internet of Things. Android Thing’s overall goal is to build connected devices for a wide variety of consumer, retail and industrial applications.

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Your Right to Privacy and How to Protect Yourself

We’re in the midst of an unprecedented battle for our privacy that's amplified by the rapid growth of the digital age of information. We are on our laptops, smartphones and devices a majority of our day, and technology criminals are well aware. We are subject to attacks that didn’t exist 5-10 years ago and quite frankly, we are very vulnerable. 

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Google’s Pixel Is In Users Hands And Here’s What They’re Saying

By Erin Duff, Marketing and PR Manager | 11/21/16 10:45 AM

After Google’s ground-breaking announcement about its first phone, our developers (specifically our Android devs) went nuts. I thought, here comes another contestant in the the ultimate smartphone battle, and it couldn’t have entered the ring at a better time than right when Samsung’s phones start melting.

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A Developer's Reaction to the MacBook Pro Touch Bar

By Alex Nachlas, Software Engineer | 10/28/16 2:08 PM

The new 2016 13 and 15 inch MacBook Pros were just unveiled during yesterday's Apple's MacBook Pro Event. By far the most talked about feature at the Apple event is the new Touch Bar which replaces the function keys on the traditional keyboard with a 2170 x 60 pixel, multi-touch, retina display.

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5 Technologies That Are Saving Our Lives

It’s up to you to decide whether you believe technology is positively or negatively affecting the human race. For me, I’m overwhelmingly impressed with the continued innovation and successful implementation of technologies around the world, especially when they are saving lives.

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