Just how powerful is connectivity? Stay on this question for a second and think about your daily life: Mobile broadband is playing an increasingly important role for municipalities, governments and public institutions in managing their public responsibilities, for businesses in serving their clients, and in fact it enables creation of services that move citizens [...]
Category archives: Applications
Modern Race Cars performance is increasingly dependent on the continuous and rapid collection, interpretation and analysis of very large amounts of data.
A few weeks ago NASCAR teams held their Daytona pre-season thunder to fine tune their new cars. But what does NASCAR evaluate and how do the race car teams get the race [...]
You might love your devices, your smartphone, tablet, TV or laptop. But it’s no longer the love to the device itself that is that strongest love. As the services we are using become networked, the cloud becomes our love.
Now that Ericsson’s major appearances at 2013 International CES are finished, I took my first stroll around the Central Hall, where huge brands like Polaroid, Panasonic, Sony, and Samsung (and Ericsson) are all competing for the attention of attendees. As I walked through — admittedly a limited tour but anyone who comes to these trade [...]
AT&T Hackathon in Las Vegas on Sunday – as always very busy. The developers utilized Ericsson’s WebRTC platform and pizza (!) to come up with their great ideas. I’ll tell you more if you click to watch the video blog…
What happens if you let go of your keyboard? We increasingly let computing get distracted by a sudden incident, particularly as ‘computing’ increasingly happens while on the move: A chance meeting on the street, a sudden skyline view, or the shop attendant asking if the sandwich is for take-away, distract us in that split-second before [...]
When it comes to the success of an app, optimal performance translates into real top-line growth for any application provider. The infrastructure platform is there to provide such performance.
Householders’ physical mailboxes still receive large volumes of mass-marketing material. However, as mobile and online marketing rapidly develops, the value of the paper pushed into the mailbox comes in to question.
It’s not unusual that great innovations start based on industrial needs and then develop into something ordinary people can use in their daily lives.
Last week, I had the good fortune to visit a true gem on the Adriatic Sea: Think turquoise water, green islands and a fascinating old town. The wall of the fire station just next to my rented apartment, however, proved to be in stark contrast to all this beauty. It was covered in bullet holes, [...]