Now that MWC is officially over, let’s take a look at some of the biggest takeaways to come out of Barcelona at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
If you weren’t able to attend Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 this year in Barcelona, let me just tell you – it was a blast. We (Tekoia) had a booth there, and it sure is an exciting time to be in the field of mobile technology and IoT.
But not everything was about the hardware this year; there was a big focus on things like virtual reality, 5G connectivity, and more.
Let’s take a look at a few key takeaways from our experience at MWC 2017.
Now we need to keep our SURE Universal remote app compatible with any new devices, but even if you’re not that into mobile technology, you’ll still want to see what the 2017 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona has in store this year.
Not everything that happens in Vegas stays in Vegas… Now that CES 2017 is over we take a look at some of the big trends to come out of Sin City at this year’s show.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is where companies go to show off their latest and greatest, and with new innovations in IoT communications, big data, robotics, and other areas finally trickling down to products that are actually for sale, it appears the future, the one we’ve been hearing about for years now, in which robots actually do productive work and the Internet of Things really takes off – is nearly upon us.
How useful that future will be and how much of an impact these products will have on daily life is yet to be determined. The thing about CES is that it’s so big, some 4,000 companies presented tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of products, so it’s difficult to isolate the “top trends.” Everything from advanced robots to ostensibly old-fashioned desktop PCs were on display, and there are advances in each of the those areas that outdo anything that came before. Still, there were some trends that were more exciting and popular than others. Here are some of the ones that we picked up on:
Thanksgiving is almost here and you know what that means… It’s time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday! This guide has all the tips and tricks to make your shopping a success.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday or dare we call it, Black November? This is the time of the year when you shop-til-you-drop trying to score the best and biggest deals on 4K TVs, gaming systems, tablets and more.
Most of November is a teaser of what’s to come for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But, for a lot of people, trying to shop during this time can be overwhelming and stressful, to say the least.
Before you hit the pavement on November 25th for Black Friday deals, check out our shopping guide so that you can avoid any pitfalls that come your way.
Last month we had a chance to view some of the best and innovative tech gadgets to date.
Representatives of Tekoia, including our CEO and Founder, Victor Ariel, attended the CES Asia event, which spanned three days from May 25-27 in Shanghai China.
This is the second time we have attended CES conferences and China proved to be an exceptional event.
The 2015 CES Asia tech trade show showcased innovation in the consumer technology industry. Key businesses from around the globe attended the event to promote their brand and showcase their latest products.
SNNLive spoke with Viktor Ariel, CEO of Tekoia Ltd., a private company, at The Israel Conference 2014 in Los Angeles, CA.
With SureMote, you have one free, simple, intuitive universal remote that uses IR Blaster and runs on Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note and HTC One smartphones. SureMote has an extensive database of IR appliances and smart TVs such as Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV, Apple TV, Western Digital Streamer and many others. It runs on Android devices now, but Tekoia is working on adding the ability to control Wi-Fi devices and also a version for iPhone is in development.
SureMote introduces the concept of the appliance “system”, which is a group of appliances that can be controlled simultaneously. This allows turning the system ON/OFF with the single power button leading to the “one-button” remote solution.
SureMote – Free Universal Remote app features:
1. Simple universal remote user interface
2. Extensive database of IR appliances and smart TVs
3. Simple test codes for appliance selection
4. Custom systems for controlling multiple appliances
5. Photos and videos streaming to a select set of smart TVs