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Wireless equipment giant Ericsson announced three initiatives around the “Internet of Things” at CES 2016, all software-based offerings focused on helping its customers monetize IoT. The company’s three announcements focused …

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LAS VEGAS — At a press event to kick off this year’s CES event, Nvidia unveiled a new artificial intelligence technology for connected cars, designed to help the autonomous vehicles …

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Las Vegas CES

IoT was a clear theme in the announcements coming from major chipmakers ahead of this week’s CES 2016 event. Connected cars, connected home appliances and sensors to connect virtually everything …

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VoLTE and VoWi-Fi

The Wi-Fi Alliance is breaking new ground with the launch of what it terms a low power Wi-Fi solution called Wi-Fi HaLow. The Alliance says the solution will utilize spectrum …

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Wi-Fi

New York City has made good on its pledge to begin construction of its free public Wi-Fi network in 2015. Installation began this week on LinkNYC’s first public access points …

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Cisco IoT sensors

Cisco has spent millions of dollars defending patents related to Wi-Fi, and now the company finally ended an eight-year legal battle with a victory. A Federal Circuit panel said this …

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Samsung

Half of all smartphone owners believe internal sensors will update us on our well-being within 3 years, according to Ericsson’s Consumer Trends Report. But until now, those health sensors have …

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wifi sign people wi-fi

Some consensus is developing around Wi-Fi coexistence with LTE over unlicensed spectrum and a test regime for ensuring the two technologies interact fairly is in the works, according to Wi-Fi …

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airport wi-fi

Boingo is cranking up airport Wi-Fi speeds to 20 Mbps at major transit hubs ahead of holiday rush Airport Wi-Fi is a regular source of frustration for travelers. Although many major airports …

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TeliaSonera Norway Oslo smart lighting

The demonstration used spectrum in the 800 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2.1 GHz and 2.6 GHz bands Nordic telecom operator TeliaSonera Norway and Chinese ICT solutions provider Huawei demonstrated LTE-Advanced Pro …

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