Mobile location accurarcy within tens of centimetres from a single Wi-Fi base stations

15 September 2016

Mobile location accurarcy within tens of centimetres from a single Wi-Fi base stations
System from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab enables single WiFi access point that can locate users within tens of centimeters.

Aresearch team led by Professor Dina Katabi at MIT present a system called Chronos that enables a single WiFi access point to locate users to within tens of centimeters, without any external sensors.

A new wireless technology developed by MIT researchers could mean safer drones, smarter homes, and password-free WiFi. The team developed a system that enables a single WiFi access point to locate users to within tens of centimeters, without any external sensors. They demonstrated the system in an apartment and a cafe, while also showing off a drone that maintains a safe distance from its user with a margin of error of about 4 centimeters.

Organization's are Making Innovation Everyone’s Job but Who Does the Training?

12 September 2016

Organization's are Making Innovation Everyone’s Job but Who Does the Training?
The organization’s innovation champions and evangelists are becoming innovation educators and trainers.

There is a growing realization that organizations have to get the people who actually do the work to innovate. The innovation agenda is now as much about human capital investment as delivering new products and services. Now that innovation is everyone’s job, who owns job training?

A Condensed Overview of Apple's September 2016 Product Annoncements

11 September 2016

A Condensed Overview of Apple's September 2016 Product Annoncements
The iPhone 7 seems like a bunch of upgrades with incremental innovations.

At Apple's iPhone 7 unveiling in San Francisco on Wednesday, the tech powerhouse revealed a host of new and updated hardware and software, including a new type of headphone jack and souped-up camera. Here's a rundown of the biggest announcements. It feels the same, with tweaks (and a funky home button)

A Quick Intro to the Apple Watch Series 2

10 September 2016

A Quick Intro to the Apple Watch Series 2
The Apple Watch Series 2 is an update that's closer to the smartwatch we always wanted.

The Apple Watch 2 fhas the most requested eature: a built-in GPS chip. This allows for more advanced tracking, whether you're hitting the ground running or gazing up at the stars in the sky– and crucially means you can leave your iPhone at home when you go for a run The new Apple Watch Series 2 won't stop working if it gets wet in shallow water– it's waterproof, up to a point. Swimming with your Apple Watch 2 is now a reality with this Apple Watch.

iPhone 7 Specs are an Incremental Update

07 September 2016

iPhone 7 Specs are an Incremental Update
The upgraded iPhone 7 is aesthetically similar to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, it has several impressive differences.

The upgraded iPhone 7 is aesthetically similar to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, it has several impressive differences, including a pressure-sensitive home button, better camera, a faster processor and improved battery life, as well as having no headphone jack. It also comes in a new range of colours and a starting size of 32GB.

These are the full specs for the new iPhone 7.

What's coming next for the iPhone? Here comes the iPhone 7

04 September 2016

What's coming next for the iPhone? Here comes the iPhone 7
Apple to announce a dual-camera system for iPhone, a new and improved Apple Watch 2 with GPS, new wireless headphones, and much more.

At Apple’s 7th’ iPhone 7 event in September 2016, there’s a lot already known about the device and other product announcements Apple has planned to announce.

These include a dual-camera system for iPhone, a new and improved Apple Watch 2 with GPS, new wireless headphones, and much more.

iPhone 7 Rumour Chronology

02 September 2016

iPhone 7 Rumour Chronology
A full year of iPhone 2017 rumours... Read the chronology.

Scroll down for a reverse-chronological look at the latest rumors.

August 29, 2016

Apple sends invites for September 7: iPhone 7, Apple Watch 2 most likely on tap

Rumored no longer: The company sent out invitations for its event, confirming the date of Apple's next product announcement.

The New Office Spaces and Some Contrived Examples

29 August 2016

The New Office Spaces and Some Contrived Examples
Which office would you like to work in? Is it all hype, drama, and over-spending. Can't people just be given a desk and good people to work with?

We look at the evolution of the office space from a tightly controlled functional space into strange variations that walk the fine line between cool and contrived. Would you want a volcano, bean bags, Ikea kids furniture, and a McDonalds style desk layout in your office? One office looks like a downtown trendy bar.

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) Products and Innovations

25 August 2016

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) Products and Innovations
Reviews scenarios where AR is being applied in the financial services sector and other industries. Take a look at the latest tech.

What is Virtual and Augmented Reality

Facebook recently presented their 10 year roadmap at their F8 Developer Conference. Facebook is a global communication innovator and is fundamentally rewriting how people communicate. customer expectations will continue to rise.

Facebook offers tools, APIs, and capabilities we can leverage and all of them have implications for the NAPC and our Contact Centres. This document summarizes the roadmap, capabilities, and implications for the North American Phone Channel Capabilities Roadmap.

How hackers can hack your iPhone

20 August 2016

How hackers can hack your iPhone
Well-known developers Steve Troughton-Smith, Saurik and Adam Bell have hacked the Apple Watch on WatchOS 2 to run truly native apps on the device.

Although Apple is advertising native apps with watchOS 2, it isn’t as ‘native’ as some developers wanted or expected. The logic code now runs on the watch, but raw access to the user interface is still not allowed on watchOS 2.