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High-End Mobility Events in 2016
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With the increased need to access technology and its features on mobile devices, mobility has become an emerging topic in the technological world. As such, there are events relating to mobility.

 

First Quarter

The Big Data and Analytics Summit 2016 is to be held in Hilton Tower Bridge, London on March 17, 2016. This conference will feature the effective data management projects currently running as well as analytics successful projects for 2015. It will also assist attendees on how to translate big data into values, discover latest trends in big data, explore the Internet of Things...

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Phones to keep an eye out for in 2016
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Smartphone manufacturers are always looking to outdo each other and satisfying the insatiable appetite of consumers. People are always demanding for something new in the mobile device category. There are some expectations that people have for the year 2016. Some of the anticipated devices are just improvements of their predecessors, but that does not diminish the eagerness.

Samsung Galaxy 7

Samsung Galaxy 6 seeing some tweaks and, so it doesn’t seem like the S7 will change much. The Exynos processor was in the S6 first and could be in the S7. However, there is talk that Samsung may...

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Flying the flag for Sony in 2016 – the Xperia Z6 smartphone
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Sony’s Xperia Z5 smartphone might not have been around for long, but rumours are already circulating about the likely features of the Japanese tech giant’s forthcoming revamped version, the Xperia Z6. 

Although no launch date has been set for the latest in Sony’s Xperia smartphone family, it’s likely that the Z6 will appear on the market in the first six months of 2016, and will be competing against Apple’s eagerly awaited iPhone 7 and Samsung’s ultra-cool Galaxy S6. Sony is said to be taking a detail-focused approach in order to try to beat them to...

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3D Smartphone
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3D Phones, also known as holographic smart phones, are coming soon. While still in the early stages of the technology, 3D phones are definitely here and available for purchase now. One example of a holographic phone is the Estar Takee 1. At first glance, it might seem like a regular smart phone; the Takee has a 2.0GHz Octa Core with 2GB RAM and comes in a 5.5-inch display with 1920 x1080 pixels.

What sets it apart from the smart phone most likely in your pocket or clipped to your belt is the fact that this phone can display screen contents in three dimensions. Similar to the holographic...

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Mobile cloud computing
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As we look forward into the future and consider the trends that will be important, mobile cloud computing is a term that frequently emerges. Taking the heavy processing away from mobile apps and using a server to crunch data is possible with faster mobile Internet, and is coming of age.

Sophisticated applications such as augmented reality overlays on maps are not easily accomplished without significant data transfer. Real estate portals and shopping review sites are obvious examples, though dating and social apps could be the next to ride the wave. 

In a business context, mobile...

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The enemies of your mobile security are on your doorstep
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Whilst improving mobile security it is an IT department’s job to improve efficiency at the same time. It is not enough to simply build walls around an enterprise when so many companies are heavily reliant on the internet and outside collaboration. 

Mobile Security Should Not Hinder Business Processes

It is possible to use mobile devices to engage with new and existing customers using an efficient and flexible approach. Businesses both cannot afford to hinder this process with restrictive mobile security, or risk allowing mobile technology and mobility to provide chinks in their...

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Occipital presents its new 3D-Scanner
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Occipital has created a 3D sensor for mobile devices, which is known as the Structure Sensor. The Structure Sensor clips on the user's iPad and offers depth data to provide a more natural and true-to-life 3D image. For example, the Structure Sensor can be used as a 3D scanner. Apps for the sensor enable the user to perform scanning, mapping, and even virtual reality (VR) gaming. Occipital, along with investors Foundry Group, K9 Ventures, Intel Capital and more are currently working on a second generation of Structure Sensor. 

Occipital's Structure Sensor is composed of anodize...

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New holographic 3D phones
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3D Phones, also known as holographic smart phones, are coming soon. While still in the early stages of the technology, 3D phones are definitely here and available for purchase now. One example of a holographic phone is the Estar Takee 1. At first glance, it might seem like a regular smart phone; the Takee has a 2.0GHz Octa Core with 2GB RAM and comes in a 5.5-inch display with 1920 x1080 pixels.

What sets it apart from the smart phone most likely in your pocket or clipped to your belt is the fact that this phone can display screen contents in three dimensions. Similar to the holographic...

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Everykey for every device.
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Originally an inventive Kickstarter project, Everykey is the latest in access control solutions for both personal and business use. The technology consists of a small band worn around the wrist which connects to your devices via Bluetooth. With Everykey, you can unlock your phone, tablet, computer, and more, just by being in proximity to the gadget. There's no need to worry about the security risks of losing your Everykey, however, since you can use the convenient remote deactivation tool to render the device useless and to put your mind at rest. False alarm? It isn't the end of the...

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Control your smart watch effortlessly with The Aria
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Smart watches have been slowly gaining traction in the tech market for the last few years. While their prohibitive expense still confines them largely to the market of executives and enthusiasts, the price is falling every day, meaning that in a very short time the watches will be fit for the domestic market. A problem with the current smart watch technology, however, is that rather than providing you with a device that is much more convenient than smartphones are currently, it merely exchanges one form of inconvenience for another. A smart watch is immensely convenient if you don't...

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