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Mobile Computing Articles

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Wearables Market Jumps as New Form Factors Emerge

The wearables market is seeing a surge in growth. The total number of smart wearable devices shipped in the first quarter of 2021 grew by more than 34 percent over the same quarter in 2020.

East Mississippi CC Uses Mobile Tech to Guide Students Through Admissions Process

In an effort to grow its online programs, East Mississippi Community College has rolled out mobile enrollment technology from Perdia Education that helps guide prospective students from their initial inquiry to the first day of class.

Campus Adopts Mobile App to Accommodate Campus Dining

Fairleigh Dickinson University has rolled out an app that allows students and others to put in their orders at campus dining options before they arrive to pick up their food.

TouchNet Launches Mobile Ordering App

Campus commerce vendor TouchNet has introduced TouchNet OrderAhead, a mobile ordering application that integrates with the company's OneCard credential solution or can be added to a university's own mobile app.

Fairfield U Monitoring Staff and Student Health with Mobile App

As students, faculty and staff return to campus at Fairfield University, they will report their daily health symptoms through the mobile campus safety tool LiveSafe Mobile App.

New App Automates Queueing on Campus

Software startup QU-in has launched a program to help colleges and universities do capacity and line management.



Full Measure Intros Mobile Tools for Fall Reopening

Mobile communications company Full Measure Education has introduced a new library of Fall Reopening Solutions, mobile engagement tools designed to help higher education institutions reopen safely in the fall.

App Helps Feed Students in Need

The University of California, Merced is addressing food insecurity on campus with a program that allows students to donate unused meal plan funds to peers.

U of South Florida Co-developing App for COVID-19-Safe Campus Returns

A Florida university is working with a software company to produce a mobile application to help campuses manage data on the health of their returning communities.

U Oregon App Helps Plan for Safe Fall Return to Campus

A university in the northwest is using mobile mapping technology to sort out plans for the fall return to campus.