Tag Archives: innovation

Calling Gordon Gekko – The Constant Evolution of the Mobile Form Factor

When mobile devices first emerged in the mid to late-20th century with portable computers and phones, they often weighed between 25-65 lbs. and went largely unused by consumers.     It wasn’t until the mid-1980’s and early 90’s that we began … Read more >

The Rise of Apps and Entrepreneurship

Although the economy was shrinking at its fastest pace in 50 years, there were still an estimated 543,000 new businesses being created each month in 2011, according to the Kauffman Foundation.  So while there has been an overall slowdown, the … Read more >

Do You Practice Good Mobile Manners?

Three executives from different backgrounds share their 60 Second Insights perspectives on how mobile technology continues to change the way that we interact with each other and how it affects our relationships. Etiquette and digital experts Charles Purdy, author of … Read more >

Thought Leaders: Mobility’s Impact on Content Consumption

Watching your favorite show, playing a game, sending an email, or browsing a website is no longer limited to a specific time and place. Today, as mobile users, we can spontaneously and instantly access nearly any content we choose anywhere … Read more >

Mobile Technology Empowers Education

As the school year begins, mobile technology’s impact on education is evident.  In a recent study, conducted by Pearson Foundation, the majority of students say that technology makes learning more fun, it helps them study more efficiently and they prefer … Read more >

Thought Leaders Discuss Innovation and Mobility

Innovation used to be something that only happened behind the closed doors of small research labs. However, as explained in recent 60 Second Insights interviews, anyone can be an innovator in today’s society where technology is readily available to the … Read more >

60 Second Insights Taps Thought Leaders for Mobility Conversations

Many of us lived part of our lives before having mobile phones, laptops, tablets, etc.  Yet few of us could imagine our lives without these devices.  There’s a watershed of how we lived our lives before mobility and after mobility.  … Read more >

An Interview with the “De-Material Girl”

I get excited when my PC can solve problems for me. Figuring out a new way to communicate information or different ways to connect with friends and family add to the quality of my work and life. While we all … Read more >

Intel News Ahead of IDF: New Chips; Manufacturing Efforts

Ahead of what will be a packed Intel Developer Forum, Sept. 22-24 in San Francisco, here’s some news around a newly planned family of future “embedded” processors for non-PC equipment and gear code-named Jasper Forest — and details around our … Read more >