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Industry heavyweights come together to standardize the Internet of Things

By - March 31, 2014 1 Picture
AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM and Intel are the latest companies to band together with the aim of standardizing interoperability across smart machines and ultimately, drive adoption of an Internet of Things. Announced last week, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) is a not-for-profit open membership group created to establish common frameworks for development of inter-connected cyber and physical worlds. Read More
— Computers

Will Georgia Tech's $7K online M.S. in computer science program make the grade?

By - August 25, 2013 1 Picture
The Georgia Institute of Technology, in partnership with Udacity and AT&T, is preparing to offer an accredited online master of science (M.S.) degree in Computer Science. The instruction will be via Massively Open Online Courses (MOOC), which will be open to anyone at no charge, but will also be available as for-credit courses leading to an Online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMS CS). The total cost of instruction fees and tuition for those taking the M.S. route is expected to be less than US$7,000. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Street Charge solar charging stations for smartphones make New York debut

By - June 25, 2013 18 Pictures
Telecomms provider AT&T has partnered with portable solar power systems developer Goal Zero and Brooklyn design studio Pensa for the roll out of Street Charge public solar charging stations in New York. Each station is topped by PV panels that charge up a powerful internal battery to provide smartphone and tablet users with a free juice up. The first units debuted at Riverside Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Fort Greene Park and Governor's Island on June 18, and will be followed by another 20 or so stations in the coming months. Read More

LG Optimus G will be AT&T's first quad-core smartphone

AT&T is bringing its first quad-core smartphone to market starting November 2. With claims on being one of the most powerful Android devices on the market, the LG Optimus G is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor supported by an Adreno 320 GPU that allows it to run LG's split-screen mode called QSlide. With this feature, users can run two apps simultaneously. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Could Sprint's SoftBank deal be a boon to U.S. wireless customers?

By - October 15, 2012 5 Pictures
The U.S. wireless industry: so good for AT&T and Verizon, yet so bad for everyone else. In some respects, it's the world's leading market. Its LTE rollout has been aggressive and expansive, and it gets the hottest devices first. For customers, though, things aren't always so rosy. The two carriers' virtual duopoly keeps prices high and new policies unfair. The sole hope for increased competition may lie with Sprint. For US$20.1 billion, Japan's SoftBank today acquired a 70 percent stake in the carrier. Though the move could be seen as a sign of desperation for the (distant) third-place Sprint, it could also ultimately invigorate competition and swing some of the power back to customers. Read More
— Automotive

Vibrating steering wheel gives directions and keeps drivers' eyes on the road

By - April 30, 2012 1 Picture
Many drivers would be lost – quite literally – without their in-car navigation systems. When installed in vehicles that some people would say are already overcrowded with instrumentation, however, could such systems be just one visual distraction too many? Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and AT&T Labs are addressing that concern, by experimenting with a system that conveys navigational cues through vibrations in the steering wheel. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Samsung Galaxy S II triplets headed for U.S. carriers

By - August 31, 2011 6 Pictures
Having already launched in many world markets, Samsung has now unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S II models that are destined for U.S. carriers from September. The company’s flagship smartphone will come in three slightly different flavors through Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile, with all running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with Samsung’s TouchWiz 4.0 UI and packing a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and Super AMOLED Plus touch screen display in a slim form factor. Although Samsung has revealed an LTE version is on the way, the three phones initially on offer will use HSPA+ (AT&T and T-Mobile) and WiMAX (Sprint) for 4G connectivity. Read More
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