Back in January we provided you with advice from consumer tech experts regarding tech they’re using to maximize their mobile devices. In this post we want to give you another peek inside the Tips, Tools & Tech: Innovations to Maximize your Connected Life guide and offer an additional tip for your mobile connectivity. Continue reading
We have partnered with CEA to release the Tips, Tools & Tech: Innovations to Maximize your Connected Life! Smartphones and tablets have surged in popularity as cellular carriers continue to develop their fastest 4G networks to date, contributing to a huge increase in cell networks’ data traffic. And there’s no end in sight.
From our mobile innovation guide, we give you a portion of the Mobile Innovation Movement Infographic: Continue reading
Network Products Guide, industry’s leading technology research and advisory guide, has named Wi-Ex a Silver winner of the 8th Annual 2013 Hot Companies and Best Products Awards in the IT Products and Services for Small Business, SOHO and Consumers category. These industry and peer recognitions from Network Products Guide are the world’s premier information technology awards honoring achievements and recognitions in every facet of the IT industry.
Posted in 2013, 4G, Awards
Tagged award, best tech products, cell phone signal booster, DataBlast, Network Products Guide, silver, tech, tech awards, zBoost
The New York Times posted the following article this week naming the cellphone as the number one gadget for Americans. Seems like all of these cellphone users will need a zBoost, the perfect gadget for their gadget.
It’s a Mobile Nation as Cellphones and Tablets Take Hold
By Nick Bilton
Some new reports show that Americans have quickly moved beyond accessing the Internet on just desktop and laptop computers, and are now embracing a range of mobile gadgets including cellphones and e-readers.
Last Thursday, Pew Research released a report from its Internet & American Life Project showing that the cellphone is now Gadget No. 1 for Americans.
The report, the result of a survey of 3,001 American adults, compiled a list of the “seven key appliances of the information age.” The gadgets include cellphones, desktop and laptop computers, e-readers, MP3 players and game consoles.
Aaron Smith, a research specialist on the project, wrote in a post that researchers found 85 percent of Americans over the age of 18 own a mobile phone, and that a staggering 96 percent of Americans aged 18 to 29 “own a cellphone of some kind.”
The survey also found that three-quarters of Americans now own a desktop or laptop computer, up from 30 to 52 percent when the same study was conducted in 2006.
Also on the rise are e-readers and tablet computers like the Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle.
A report released Friday by the market research firm Gartner predicts that tablet devices used to access media will reach sales of 19.5 million units in 2010.
Gartner also predicted that sales would reach a staggering 150 million units by 2013.
To read the complete article go to http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/10/18/its-a-mobile-nation-as-cellphones-and-tablets-take-hold/?ref=technology
Posted in Article of the Week, Roni Pridemore, Technology and Our Lives, Technology Trends, Telework, Teleworking
Tagged Blackberry, Boost your signal, Cell Phone Signal, electronics, gadgets, Gartner research, iPad, iphone, iPod, MP3, New York Times, No reception, No signal, number 1 gadget, NYT, Pew Research, poor signal, signal amplifier, signal booster, signal problems, smartphone, tech, Wi-Ex, zBoost