Technology

Panasonic cements position as Europe’s leading rugged mobile computing manufacturer

BRACKNELL, UK. 8TH JUNE 2017 - Panasonic has cemented its position as Europe’s leading rugged mobile computing manufacturer in the latest market analysis from VDC Research. With its Panasonic Toughbook range, the company extended its market-leading share of the European rugged notebook market with a 67% revenue share of sales in 2016. The Panasonic Toughpad tablet range continued to lead the rugged tablet market with a 56% revenue share of sales and the company’s expansion into the rugged handheld market accelerated with year-on-year growth of 176%.

FESPA 2017 – OKI Europe’s Large Format Printer Offers Affordability Without Compromising Quality RealWire Tue, 04/18/2017 - 05:59

Egham, 18 April 2017 – OKI Europe Ltd says that large format printers such as its newly-launched, award winning, ColorPainter E-64s, offer sign makers, exhibition services providers, screen printers and others the opportunity to move away from low-margin vinyl and banner printing into more profitable applications, giving their business the boost needed to drive future growth and success.                  

Medelinked Now Integrated with Microsoft Health and Band

Fitness and wellness device users can now track their health, locate healthcare specialists and store securely, safely access and share medical history from their mobile device

Oxfordshire, 17th August 2016 – Medelinked is now integrated with Microsoft Health and Band. The integration ensures that wellness summary data from Microsoft Health app and Band wearable is available in Medelinked to help users manage their own and their family’s health.

Off Topic: Smart Water Sprinklers more affordable with Blossom 8 Bryan Ruby Wed, 03/23/2016 - 06:33

Just in time for Spring. A review of the Blossom 8 Smart Watering Controller.

5 Breakthrough Technologies Heading into 2016

Every day there are technological breakthroughs that occur behind the closed doors of research labs (and house garages where some startups begin), and then there are the breakthroughs that “go mainstream” with consumers. 2015 saw so many that it is difficult to condense the list to five. The following impressive technologies made the cut because they improve convenience, productivity, and efficiency (in addition to having that barely definable “wow” factor).

1. Wearable Smart Devices

Kentico Survey Says: Interest in Smartwatches is on the Rise Bryan Ruby Tue, 02/02/2016 - 16:05

Over two and half years ago, I wrote that wearables would be the next "disruptive innovation" but acknowledged we're not there yet. Once the right company with the right design comes along, this new market will take off just as fast as when Apple introduced their first iPad. Despite Apple introducing their smartwatch, I still sit on the sidelines waiting for the right wearable to convince me the time to buy one is now.

How Secure is Google's New Wi-Fi Router? Rick Delgado Tue, 11/17/2015 - 15:08

Google is a company that definitely needs no introduction. Starting off with a search engine embedded with artificial intelligence now this tech giant has taken the market with great ease. In the wake of advancement in internet connectivity devices and components, Google is all set to stun the market with its hardware capabilities. OnHub is the latest addition to the Google hardware family which has been launched in partnership with TP link.

Off Topic: Starting my Summer with the Blossom Smart Watering Controller Bryan Ruby Wed, 06/24/2015 - 01:48

Spring brought to South Dakota plenty of rain. The lawns are green, the flowers are in full bloom, and it seems we can't go beyond a couple days without a rain shower or thunderstorm. While water is usually plenty for my city, we do things smart around here and restrict water usage for our lawns year round. It's not uncommon in my part of the country to see the weather pattern quickly change from wet to dry. What once was green can turn brown in a hurry.