Smart Devices
Smart devices offer an interactive and autonomous experience via different wireless protocols, like WiFi, 3G, NFC, and IoT. Smart devices can be operated with a minimal human supervision and provide awesome intelligent outcomes.

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  • Introduction to Pocket PC

    At the time of writing (Oct 2001) Microsoft has shipped Pocket PC 2002 and also has just released the Visual Studio .NET add-on for Pocket PC called the compact framework.
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    According to the company's sub-brand WLabs, the appliance automatically recognizes the type of food placed inside and it also sets the time and temperature required for a personalized and perfecte
  • Invoking Unmanaged DLL Functions from Compact Framework for Pocket PC

    In this example we will use the Compact Framework to create a program containing a launch pad for the Pocket PC.
  • Acer Brings Powerful Windows 10 Productivity To Its Smartphone

    PC manufacturer, Acer, just announced its latest smartphone, the Acer Liquid Jade Primo, loaded with the Windows 10 operating system.
  • Delta Airlines Accused of Violating Privacy Laws

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  • Galaxy Note 8.0 coming to AT&T within weeks

    AT&T announced today that the 4G LTE-connected Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available exclusively within few weeks.
  • Swype available in Google Play Store for $0.99

    Swype virtual keyboard for Android will be available from the Google Play in two separate versions, free trial version as well as paid trim.
  • Samsung discloses GALAXY Tab 3

    Samsung has publicized its latest Android tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, reducing down from its 7-inch predecessor and offering WiFi-only and WiFi + 3G variants.
  • Two new multitasking mice for Windows 8

    Microsoft publicized two new mice, both of which feature a Start button on it to help Windows 8 users.
  • Apple launches 16GB iPod touch for $229.

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    Sony’s PS4 is $100 cheaper than Microsoft's Xbox One and will launch ahead of this year.
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    Sony's unveiled its latest addition to its Xperia Z series, the world's largest HD screen, measuring 6.4in and featuring Sony's Trilumious Brava technology named Xperia Z Ultra.
  • Samsung reveals Galaxy Gear smartwatch and Galaxy note 3

    Samsung formally unveiled its new smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear and Galaxy Note 3 phablet at unpacked event.
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    Techcrunch reports that Intel has confirmed plans for an LTE-capable Medfield chip, possibly aimed at the U.S. market.
  • Nokia Reveals Mid-Range Asha 308 and 309

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  • Apple Loses Appeal in Europe Over Tablet Design

    Apple has lost an appeal to Samsung in the UK over tablet design patent claims, a decision that will cover all of Europe.
  • Android's Global Success Brings Rise in Malware Threat

    The success and expansion of the Android mobile OS has left users vulnerable to increased security threats from third-party applications.
  • RIM Sets January 30 Debut for Blackberry 10

    Research in Motion has set a January 30 debut date for the first of two new Blackberry smartphones, featuring an overhauled operating system.
  • Surface Owners Encounter Wi-Fi Connection Issues

    Some owners of Microsoft's Surface are experiencing Wi-Fi connectivity issues.
  • Nokia Imaging Chief Dinning On Way Out

    Nokia's chief of imaging, Damien DInning, will leave the company at the end of the month, Reuters reports.
  • Surface Pro Battery Efficiency Could Be Problematic for Microsoft; New Surfaces Rumored.

    Reports that Microsoft's Surface Pro has half the battery life of Surface with Windows RT could pose problems for the fledgling product's pricing.
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    With a growing trend of smartphone makers bring chip assembly in-house, analysts predict changes in the mobile market that will benefit consumers.
  • Intel Presents 22 nm SoC Technology

    Intel has revealed that its 22 nm SoC technology for mobile phones is ready for deployment beginning in 2013.
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