Wireless Innovations Leave Used Connect Cars at Risk

Innovation Excellence

The IoT itself is already growing extremely rapidly, and 87% of mainstream consumer still don’t understand it all. This lack of knowledge ensures that along with the benefits of connectivity, so too will arise problems.

Why Your Cellphone Bill is Decreasing

Michael Roberto

cellular service is rapidly plunging, reversing years of increases that have squeezed consumers’ budgets and generated huge profits for wireless companies." Knutson reports that prices have declined sharply in recent months: "The consumer-price index for wireless phone service, an indicator of current offers from cellphone service providers, dropped 12.5% In an article by Ryan Knutson, the Wall Street Journal reports this morning that, "The cost of U.S.

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Five Groundbreaking Tech Breakthroughs of 2016

IdeaScale

True Wireless Power. IdeaScale 2D batteries breakthroughs CRISPR rockets tech Technology wireless2017 might be the year everything changes. Technology is picking up speed ever faster, with each new idea leading to a cascading chain of ideas.

Jobs-to-be-Done and the Internet of Things

Strategyn

The vision of the Internet of Things has evolved due to a convergence of multiple technologies, including ubiquitous wireless communication, real-time analytics, machine learning, commodity sensors, and embedded systems.

A salute to immigrants, America’s unsung national treasure

Adam Hartung

Another option would be to use something like Facebook’s WhatsApp, but this requires the person back home have either a PC or mobile device, and either a wireless connection or mobile coverage. I’m amazed about Americans’ debate regarding immigration.

The New Moore’s Law: Put your Chips on What’s Possible.

Daniel Burrus

It’s more specialized, meaning that overall computing power will continue to improve as functions such as distributed computing, digital storage, advanced bandwidth, wired and wireless, and network processing are more equitably spread out over an ecosystem of computing power. When I first discovered Moore’s Law in 1983, I realized I could use it as one of my tools to accurately predict the future of technological change. At the time, few were paying much attention to Moore’s law.

Understanding innovation's past leads to incredible insight

OVO Innovation

Innovation in these days was often focused on communication - Marconi, the "wireless", radio and other devices reduced the distances and built common stories for the American public. We tend to be very short sighted, we corporate executives. Our lifespans are relatively brief, all things considered. There are over 240 years since the founding of the United States, and using a 20 year cycle for generations that suggests approximately 12 generations of people during that brief window.

Tech innovation trends for 2017

Wazoku

There are a myriad of wireless technologies to serve your smart home needs — Zigbee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more. With 2016 behind us, it’s time to look forward and embrace the new, positive things 2017 will bring.

Apple Does it Again!!

Rmukesh Gupta

The new AirPods solve most of the problems: They are wireless and will work seamlessly across my Apple devices, without me having to configure it to work with each device separately – with just one click. I just finished watching the replay of iPhone 7 launch event.

Innovation Sighting: Pearl RearVision Backup Camera and Alert System

Innovation in Practice

The theft resistant camera frame installs securely around your license plate and connects wirelessly to a car adapter in your ODP port.

Preventive Maintenance for People

Mike Shipulski

What if you wore a sensor that’s wirelessly connected to your phone that measures your pulse or blood pressure, and your phone flashed a warning light when things get too hot?

Smart Cities – Seeing the Invisible and Doing the Impossible

Daniel Burrus

Statistically speaking, cities themselves present an array of challenges: according to a report by Verizon Wireless, fully 54% of the world’s population now lives in cities, meaning these cities are responsible for 75% of the world’s energy consumption.

Open Innovation for a Good Night’s Sleep

IdeaConnection

The sleepbuds are similar to wireless earphones and are paired with a smartphone running a companion app.

The Automotive Industry’s Big Data Challenge (Part 2)

Corporate Innovation

To address this problem, wireless carriers, like Verizon, are starting to experiment with hybrid transmission methods that utilize both cellular and wifi networks. Automakers must establish strategic partnerships with wireless carriers in this area. In this first part of this two-part series, I discussed why the automotive industry, particularly the incumbent OEMs, is facing a big data challenge.

The Automotive Industry’s Big Data Challenge (Part 2)

Corporate Innovation

To address this problem, wireless carriers, like Verizon, are starting to experiment with hybrid transmission methods that utilize both cellular and wifi networks. Automakers must establish strategic partnerships with wireless carriers in this area. In this first part of this two-part series, I discussed why the automotive industry, particularly the incumbent OEMs, is facing a big data challenge.

Can Africa’s Entrepreneurs and Innovators solve Africa’s Problems?

Destination Innovation

The results of the tests can be transferred wirelessly to specialists for diagnosis. What can save Africa from its many problems; grinding poverty, corrupt bureaucrats, incompetent governments and dire infrastructure?

The Internet of Things brings fresh Innovation Opportunities

Destination Innovation

Gartner group forecast that the number of wirelessly connected products will increase from 5 billion today to 21 billion by 2020 (not including smartphones or computers). The Internet of Things (IOT) will have a dramatic impact on product and service innovation.

Nokia’s Big Open Innovation Challenge

IdeaConnection

These are concepts that could improve cities by solving urban challenges, improve safety with technology and enable the next industrial revolution with robotics, sensors and LTE (Long-Term Evolution, a standard for high-speed wireless communication).

Why Smart Cities, Businesses and Homes Will Transform Your Life

Daniel Burrus

It’s no wonder that new applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) are moving ahead fast when almost every new device we buy that has a plug on the end of it or a wireless connection to the internet. Our world now moves so fast that we seldom stop to see just how far we have come in just a few years. The latest iPhone 6s, for example, has a dual-core 1.8GHz processor and fits nicely into your pocket.

Born in the USA – 5 innovations that changed the world

Ideanote

Today, broadband entertainment is delivered to Americans by wireless networks. There is the telephone, Ford model T and even Social Media – United States of America have been pumping badass technology since the 18th century.

Brainstorming with innovator Laurie Steiner

Betterific

In this installment of brainstorming with an innovator , we invite Laurie Steiner , who won our wireless innovation competition.

Tech innovation trends for 2017

Wazoku

There are a myriad of wireless technologies to serve your smart home needs — Zigbee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more. With 2016 behind us, it’s time to look forward and embrace the new, positive things 2017 will bring.

How to spend $200+ Billion for a Train Wreck

Mills-Scofield

Once upon a time, a paragon of American innovation lost its way. It embodied Einstein’s definition of insanity, spending over $200B for a train wreck… and they’re doing it again. The story starts in the last century and my part about 28 years ago.

The Automotive Industry’s Big Data Challenge (Part 2)

Corporate Innovation

To address this problem, wireless carriers, like Verizon, are starting to experiment with hybrid transmission methods that utilize both cellular and wifi networks. Automakers must establish strategic partnerships with wireless carriers in this area. In this first part of this two-part series, I discussed why the automotive industry, particularly the incumbent OEMs, is facing a big data challenge.

Augmentation and Client Embedding: The Disruption of the Consultancy Industry

Innovation 360

The answer to that problem has implications for systems ranging from logistics, such as the optimal routes for delivery trucks, to IT infrastructure, such as how to minimize traffic interference across wireless networks. Right on schedule, disruption has come to the world of consulting. While many have seen it coming, only a few consulting firms are prepared to ride this wave of disruption into a new market reality. That preparation depends on new tools for augmented intelligence.

Daniel Burrus’ Top 20 Tech-Driven Hard Trends Shaping 2017

Daniel Burrus

Machine-to-Machine communications using chips, microsensors and both wired and wireless networks, will join networked sensors to create a rapidly growing Internet of Things, sharing real-time data, performing diagnostics, and making virtual repairs,all without human intervention.