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Apr, 2015

Video Calling on the Rise within the OTT Space: How can telcos respond?

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There was a time when we had very limited video calling options primarily being Facetime for Apple users or if someone had Skype on their phones who has also enabled this functionality very early into its launch. With the current market dynamics and us living in an ever-changing and super fast highway lane, where we are seeing new players arising in the market at a rapid pace. Either in the form of competition or companies leading from the front with their new innovative ideas and approach towards doing business ultimately […]

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Apr, 2015

Google Project-Fi: Is it a direct threat to Telcos

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Google is already an Internet Service Provider and a pay-TV operator. Now it’s expanding to become a wireless carrier as well. Google unveiled this past Wednesday its Project-Fi which just marked its dawn into the wireless service provider arena. So Google started with being a search engine, then Ads, followed by email services, then ISP, then TV and now a virtual telco (wireless service provider). This effort from Google taps three networks: LTE networks from Sprint and T-Mobile along with a heavy dose of Wi-Fi. Here’s what we know so […]

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Apr, 2015

IoT: Far more that how we know it today

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Just as the Internet was easy to underestimate in its infancy, this new push to connect everyday devices—a concept known as the “Internet of Things”—is barely representative today of what it might become tomorrow. Today’s Internet of Things faces a lot of challenges and setbacks reminiscent of the Internet of the ’90s. If tech firms can get over these hurdles, the effects could be just as far-reaching. So it seems everything is connected to the Internet: socks, shoes, shirts, hats, glasses, appliances, beds, homes, drones, cars and even diapers. The Internet of Things (IoT) […]

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Apr, 2015

Reimagine photography with Light – First stop: Your smartphone.

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A startup called Light uses a cluster of small camera modules to create top-notch photos. First stop: Your smartphone. A quick brief about the background of this startup Light: The former CEO of speech recognition startup Vlingo — which powered the original Siri and was acquired by Nuance — and the former CTO of Flarion Technologies — which developed LTE and was acquired by Qualcomm — are teaming up for a new photography startup. Most digital cameras are limited by a key aspect of their design: they have one lens and […]

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Apr, 2015

Most Expensive Products from the stores of Apple – The Top 6!

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Apple has created a niche market for itself. Be it the tablets, computers or smartphones, Apple is everywhere. Apple products have always stood out from the rest of crowd since ages now and this quality doesn’t come cheap. Lets take a walk down the top 6 most expensive products available at the Apple store. V Track x 30 Series Ultra Dense Expansion Chassis With a price bracket of $70, 000 this is undoubtedly the most expensive product that you can get in any Apple store. This hard drive rack has 60 three–terabyte […]

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