Women in Wireless Special Interest Group (SIG) as a part of the Wireless Technology Forum volunteered for our first official service project, in partnership with GSMA and ChickTech. We helped teens from middle school to high school build their own Google voice assistants from Raspberry Pis and Google AIY Voice kits.
On January 18, 2018, the Wireless Technology Forum held their 7th annual panel discussion on Mobile Financial Services. The inaugural panel in 2012, moderated by Dr. Phil Hendrix, predicted a revolution in the way consumers would conduct financial transactions with mobile. While the mobile commerce journey was full of ups and downs, mobile financial services is here today.
Here are 5 things you need
Internet of Things (IoT), started “buzzing” over a decade ago, when technologists began discussing connecting our refrigerators and washers to the Internet. Today IoT is about connected devices, monitoring, monetizing big data, artificial intelligence, virtual/augmented/mixed reality, manufacturing, transportation, smart cities, and much more.
Last week, Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) hosted Georgia’s 2nd annual IoT Symposium, in partnership with co-chairs, Dan
I had the pleasure of visiting the Mercedes-Benz Stadium on September 4, 2017 for the Chick-fil-a Kickoff game between Tennessee and Georgia Tech. My seats were on the main level, in section 103 as part of my Georgia Tech season ticket holder package. At the Atlanta Mobile Marketing Organization meeting last week, Dave Beck, Foundry45, called Mercedes-Benz Stadium possibly the
It’s hot, humid, and way too crowded with 59,999 fellow participants. But the AJC Peachtree Road Race is the can’t miss running event of the year. This is the biggest 10K race in the world, and an Atlanta tradition.
I have run the Peachtree Road Race (aka Peachtree) for 4 years in a row, and I love it. It’s a well
In 2014, I posted that a renaissance was coming for virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR), and today (2017), I believe that to be true. In 2014, we saw Samsung and others lowering the barriers to entry for VR with cheaper headsets; coupled with faster processors in smartphones to handle intense graphics. Today, almost anyone can experience VR with Google
I just finished my 2nd Marathon on Sunday, March 19, 2017. It took me 5 hours and 26 seconds to go 26.2 miles. GPS evidence here.
A lot can happen over 5 hours and 26.2 miles. At one point, I felt a sharp pain in my right knee and had to stop completely. I was 19.5 miles into the race, with
Super Bowl ads are expensive. $5 million for 30 seconds, not including production. And it doesn’t stop there; you (the brand) still have to tweet out the ad at least 500 times and try to win over your critics on social media.
2017 is the first year I’ve been at home to watch the SuperBowl. I’m usually traveling, either for work