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17 May 19
Business Web

Best answer: The best ways you can protect your Apple Watch when working out is by using the right gear. You can use special cases, bands, and think outside the box and change how you wear your device. Wear it: TwelveSouth ActionSleeve (from $20 at Amazon) Arm twisting: B-Great Breathable Hook and Loop Armband ($11 […]

17 May 19

Mobilaskin

Spigen Essential C10i3 3in1 Lightning + Type-C + Micro USB to USB 2.0 Dayanıklı Naylon Örgü Data  Durum :Sıfır Ürün – Yeni Etiketli Adet :20 adet ürün stokta İzlemeye Al Paylaş Rapor et Satıcı Bilgileri:Mobilaskinlifeapp (41) Son 12 ayda 11 değerlendirmede %100 olumlu puanaldı. Soru SorTüm Ürünler Peşin fiyatına taksit fırsatları için tıklayınız Ürün Açıklaması Taksit Bilgileri Kargo Bilgileri Satıcı Yorumları […]

17 May 19
wiseguymarketresearch

Global Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) Industry New Study On “2019-2022 Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database This report mainly introduces volume and value market share by players, by regions, by product type, by consumers and also their price change details. As […]

17 May 19
wiseguymarketresearch

Global Screen Protector Industry New Study On “2019-2023 Screen Protector Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database This report mainly introduces volume and value market share by players, by regions, by product type, by consumers and also their price change details. As a Detailed Analysis report, […]

16 May 19
greenlogicsite

Overcast Clouds, 36°C Greenhills 1st Level, Unit 75, Greenhills Theater Mall, Theater F&B, San Juan, Philippines So tinamad akong pumasok due to recent problems in my life (house migration, mamus, work, etc..). I decided to do something that i want, and forget the things that NEEDS to be done. Fuckin hate responsibilities, really.And heres what […]

16 May 19
VentureBeat
True wireless charging at a distance has arrived — you just can’t buy it yet. But companies like Ossia are making progress, buoyed by industrial and enterprise players. In September 2018, the Bellevue, Washington-based startup said it would team up with Walmart to help the retailer cut costs in its thousands of stores, Ossia’s fourth such partnership that year. Building on this commitment, the company today revealed that it’s collaborating with T-Mobile to develop a first-of-its-kind, wirelessly powered internet of things (IoT) asset tracking solution that will be piloted in Walmart distribution centers later this year, ahead of a production run in 2020. “The proof of concept is going to be high-performance [and] cost-efficient,” Preston Woo, chief strategy officer at Ossia, told VentureBeat in a phone interview. “[Walmart employees] won’t have to replace batteries or charge them in cradles.” Instead, guards and associates will wirelessly power the asset trackers at warehouses’ guard shacks, ensuring the trackers are charged before they’re attached to incoming trailers, crates, pallets, and packages. All the while, embedded sensors will exchange tracking data via T-Mobile’s Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) network, a secure cellular service designed to meet the needs of low-power devices. If you aren’t familiar with Ossia’s Cota platform, here’s a quick primer: Unlike most “wireless” charging tech on the market, Cota doesn’t require line-of-sight access. Rather, it uses thousands of antennas embedded in transmitters that communicate with compatible transceivers. When a device starts running low on power, those antennas emit microseconds-long beacon signals that reflect off walls, furniture, and other obstacles until they reach a transmitter, which triangulates the beams to pinpoint the transceiver’s location and then sends power along those paths. A diagram illustrating how Ossia’s Cota technology works. Cota’s first-generation transmitter could send about one watt to a smartphone sitting three to six feet away, while its Cota Tile product could charge devices up to 30 feet away (or 50 feet, with two transmitters working in tandem). Cota 5.8GHz, which was announced at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in January, is vastly improved; it’s able to deliver roughly 4 times greater power with a same-sized transmitter and receiver antenna. And because it operates in the 5.8GHz spectrum, it’s less susceptible to interference from surrounding wireless signals. So how is all that applicable to warehouse logistics? Well, power sources within warehouses aren’t typically easy to come by, and warehouses’ floor plans are in a constant state of flux. “The problem [is] that it’s very cumbersome to track temporary assets — [things like] trailers in distribution centers, containers in port, automobiles in auction lots, high-value crates in airports,” explained Woo. “Distribution centers are millions of square feet in some cases … [so companies] have to employ a lot of labor on a nightly, weekly, or monthly basis to track [everything].” It’s not that there aren’t sophisticated tracking devices out there. On the contrary, supply chain asset tracking is a multibillion-dollar market cornered by companies like GeoForce, Tenna, and Logistimatics. It’s just that most sensors have requirements — chiefly power and connectivity — impeding their deployment. Woo says that Ossia’s technology and T-Mobile’s network will together free up time that’s currently spent hunting down dead or dying devices and enable the management of assets that, whether because of their locations or configurations, couldn’t be tracked autonomously before. One thing’s certain: Ossia couldn’t have chosen a better proving ground. Walmart has roughly 11,800 locations in 28 countries, and it operates 175 distribution centers in the U.S. alone. “The deployment with Walmart is interesting in the larger context of the internet of things,” said T-Mobile vice president of IoT Balaji Sridharan. “Two huge barriers that have plagued massive IoT deployments to date have been solved: keeping devices powered continuously for mobile applications and lowering the cost of complex deployments, in this case a massive supply chain with dozens of geographically dispersed distribution centers. The combination of Ossia’s technology and the energy efficiency of NB-IoT solves the power problem, while the T-Mobile NB-IoT network, the first such network deployed in the U.S., provides a cost structure that enables deployment on a massive scale.” It’s a meaningful step toward commercialization for Ossia, which has raised more than $35 million to date and has a growing list of partners that includes smartphone accessory maker Spigen. But the company faces competition from Powercast, a startup founded in 2003 that’s developing an at-a-distance wireless power system, and Energous, which is licensing transmitters that can send power through the air to devices up to 15 feet away. Unlike some of its rivals, however, Ossia is no newcomer to at-a-distance charging. Roughly a decade ago, the company developed its first wire-free, over-the-air transceiver that could beam electricity to devices anywhere within range. In the years since, it has released kits that include a wirelessly powered AA battery replacement (the Forever Battery), licensed designs to antenna companies, built out a cloud-hosted management platform, and recruited ecosystem partners like Displaydata, Molex, and Motherson. Retail isn’t Ossia’s endgame, of course. The company is working with wireless carriers, battery manufacturers, and a number of companies in other verticals. “We’re a horizontal technology, and we’re an enabling technology, as opposed to a single product. Much like a chip, we [drive] a bunch of different use cases, whether it’s IoT, consumer, automotive, or retail. These are all areas we’re pushing foward in,” said Woo. “There are a lot of applications you’ll be hearing much more about in the near future.”
16 May 19

We love Apple’s AirPods, and judging by the number we see on the street, so do lots of other people, too. There’s a thriving AirPod accessory market out there but which ones are worth looking at? Here are our favorites. The beauty of AirPods is their simplicity and minimalistic approach, but sometimes an accessory or […]

15 May 19
Business Web

The iPhone 8 Plus deserves an ultra cool case to keep it safe. Whether you’re looking for a very protective one or just something to prevent scratches, there are a number of options available. Not only does Apple makes its own line of cases for the iPhone 8 Plus, but many third-party accessory makers do […]

15 May 19
9to5Toys
Amazon offers Apple’s official Leather iPhone XS Max in various colors from $39 shipped. That’s good for up to $10 off the regular going rate and $1 less than our previous mention. Apple’s in-house iPhone XS Max cases offer a sleek European leather finish that develops “a natural patina over time.” Machined aluminum buttons deliver a premium feel, which nicely complements that leather casing. Prefer to show off your iPhone’s design? Spigen makes some of the best cases out there on the market today. This model offers a slim design that won’t add too much bulk with stellar ratings across the board. Apple iPhone XS Max Leather Cases feature: These Apple-designed cases fit snugly over the curves of your iPhone without adding bulk. They’re made from specially tanned and finished European leather, so the outside feels soft to the touch and develops a natural patina over time. The machined aluminum buttons match the finish of your leather case, while a microfiber lining inside helps protect your iPhone. And you can keep it on all the time, even when you’re charging wirelessly.
15 May 19
9to5Toys
Elago’s official Amazon storefront offers its 3-in-1 Charging Hub for $19.99 Prime shipped. That’s a 20% savings and the first discount we’ve tracked since November 2018. If you’re toting around an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods these days, going with an all-in-one charging solution. Elago’s Charging Hub delivers designated homes for each of those devices and a silicone build to keep your valuables safe from scratches. Integrated cable management keeps your setup looking nice and clean. Rated 3.6/5 stars. Just need a home for your Apple Watch? The popular Spigen S350 has been a go-to for many users for users. It delivers a streamlined look with cable management, support for Nightstand mode and more. Those that prefer wireless charging will want to reach for Anker’s PowerWave+ Pad which is currently on sale for $50 and delivers some AirPower vibes. RIP. Elago Charging Hub features: DURABLE: Silicone material was used to ensure non-toxic chemicals and that it lasts a lifetime. COMPACT DESIGN: By making the Charging Hub compact, it is the perfect accessory to have on your bedside nightstand or on a work desk. CHARGING CABLES: Original Apple Lightning Charging Cables are the only cables tested for this product. WARRANTY: Purchase with confidence! 30-days 100% Money Back Guarantee & 1-year replacement warranty. – AirPods and AirPods Charging Case are not included.
14 May 19
Gotta Be Mobile

These are the best OnePlus 7 Pro cases available so far that will protect your big phone and keep it looking new. With a stunning bezel-free design, no notch, a huge 6.67-inch screen and glass covering both the front and the back, protection is highly recommended. Our list has some cases for under $8, which […]

14 May 19
Business Web

Here’s how to subscribe (and unsubscribe) to a channel in the TV app for iOS Beginning with iOS 12.3, Cupertino has added the ability to subscribe to streaming services inside the TV app for Apple TV and iOS. In doing so, you no longer have to subscribe to services and channels individually. Instead, you can […]

13 May 19
market research reports

Surface Protection Films Market including size, forecast, trend, share, growth, overview, key players, technologies, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory landscape, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies forecast to 2024.