If a sense of direction isn't your strong suit, Apple and proximity devices have you covered.
The future of mobile may be full of self-driving cars and previously unthinkable wearables, but it all starts with developers.
Go ahead and keep betting on beacons, but don’t forget to place some chips on the amazing potential of geolocation.
People have been saying, "I do," in the same way for centuries. It's time to spice things up with mobile devices and marriage.
Between our smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, data collection has never been easier. The question is, what are we going to do with it?
Baby Boomers are becoming a cash cow as the wearables industry matures.
Even casual dining will become faster once more restaurants allow customers to dine, pay and dash with the help of their mobile device.
From classrooms to zoos and everywhere in between, beacons can make us all smarter by sending pertinent information to our phones and tablets.
The things that power the Internet of Things (IoT) make it easy for developers to build digital products for even the most specific consumer demands. In the workplace, that’s a big deal. Whether you’re purchasing tech for a mom-and-pop grocery store or a multinational ...
Beacons are making a big splash in the marketing and retail sectors, but just wait till you see what else they can do.
If you thought mobile banking and ATMs were convenient, just wait until the financial sector truly embraces wearable devices.
In late 2013, PayPal unveiled an all-new product that uses Bluetooth technology to process in-store transactions, sending shockwaves through the mobile payments landscape and exciting retailers and customers across the globe.
Beacons are beginning to pop up everywhere from Apple Stores to the Super Bowl, offering a better shopping experience to both retailers and customers.
Modern technology is all about improving our day-to-day lives, and no innovation promises to do that better than the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) transmitters most commonly referred to as beacons.
Smartphones and tablets may already have some pretty fun games and apps, but the enjoyment factor (and profitability) goes through the roof once you bring compatible toys into the mix.
From revolutionizing brick-and-mortar shopping, to making public transit easier to use — tiny beacons pack a big punch.
The Internet of Things encompasses billions of devices, trillions of dollars and a massive improvement to our quality of life. Now if only the powers that be could put it in motion.