Three multi-institutional projects are advancing their efforts to develop the architectures that may underlie the Internet of the future.
Technology startup Zyrobotics has introduced a device called TabAccess, which is designed to help people with limited fine motor skills use Android and iOS devices.
Arizona Project WET, an initiative of the University of Arizona that aims to develop water stewardship and STEM literacy among K-12 students, has launched a project that uses smartphones to guide participants through a habitat restoration area.
The new iPad Flip Turn Case from iGear can be customized with an institution's logo in white or full color.
By the end of summer, Canadian career training institution CDI College will provide more than 5,800 Microsoft Surface 2 tablets to students at its 26 campuses.
Heartland Payment Systems has introduced OneCard Mobile, with Apple iOS and Android app versions that combine and add functionality to the company's other mobile programs.
Aruba Networks has introduced Aruba Mobility Academy, a mobility-specific higher education program designed to provide IT students with the fundamentals required to build, maintain and advance wireless LAN networks.
FileWave has released version 8.0 of its mobile device management software. New features include Android support, the addition of inventory-based smart groups, VPP managed distribution for Mac with multiple sToken support, parameterized profiles for Mac and advanced license management.
Mobile platform provider Campus Quad has launched Campus Quad Engage, a student engagement analytics dashboard for higher education.
Northwest Missouri State University has replaced its legacy wireless network with new technology to support online testing and the rapid increase of online devices on campus.