As my fingers glide along the keyboard of my laptop, I am sitting propped up in a hotel room bed. Yesterday I faced the “oh no, my phone battery is dying and I have no way to charge my phone” dilemma. I had my charger but no place to plug it in.
How convenient would it be . . . → Read More: Vertical Wireless Charging Means Cool New Things for Mobile Technology
While it is not optimum to have to make last minute decisions, it happens to the best of us. Technology is a very important key component to successful displays at events, trade shows and conventions. Your customers look for technology and expect to interact through technology.
But your budget is holding up the white surrender flag and . . . → Read More: Last Minute Event Technology Decisions Don’t Have to Be Scary!
INTEROP is poised to deliver “The World’s Largest Independent & Comprehensive Event for IT Professionals” May 6-10 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. I am not an IT professional, but after reading about this conference and expo, I want to be an IT professional so I can attend!
Monday and Tuesday, May 6 & 7, will . . . → Read More: Las Vegas Site of 2013 INTEROP IT Professionals Conference
Advancing technology has been making its way into classrooms across the nation over the past several years. Some schools have embraced this change, others have struggled, but most know that it is inevitable.
Florida is one state that has mandated that all schools will use some sort of digital device to replace all textbooks by 2015. The . . . → Read More: Florida: One State Looking For Digital Textbook Solutions
As Spring rapidly approaches, many have already planned their spring break vacations to a beach or some sort of family destination site. This raises the questions, “Do you have a project that must be completed by the time you return?” Or a paper due on your return? Then you should know that you have the ability . . . → Read More: Computer Rentals for Vacation
GDC (Game Developers Conference) 2013 is scheduled to kick off on March 25th as the world’s largest and longest-running professionals-only game industry event.
The GDC is produced by the UBM Tech Game Network and is the primary forum where programmers, artists, producers, game designers, audio professionals, business decision-makers and others involved in the development of interactive games . . . → Read More: San Francisco Hosting 2013 Game Developers Conference
Why do companies go to trade shows? They will tell you to raise their company’s visibility and build up the image of their corporation. It is essential, as a company, to be seen at a trade show. And yet, too many exhibitors end up invisible despite their best intentions. Could this happen to you? What makes . . . → Read More: Are You an Invisible Exhibitor?
Upon first hearing about Airwriting, I wasn’t sure if it was the latest music venture of Milli Vanilli or if I should expect Sean Connery in the White House Situation Room barking out commands! But this is not a joke or a movie – it is reality. The Airwriting system, developed by German computer scientists at . . . → Read More: No Touch Screen, No Keyboard: Enter Airwriting
It is no secret that the place to go for business, reunions, conventions, weddings and just flat out fun is Las Vegas. Boasting convenience, space, restaurants, atmosphere and lower cost airfare and hotels, Las Vegas has been and continues to be one of the most heavily populated trade show and convention sites in the United States. . . . → Read More: Tech Rentals and Las Vegas Perfect Match
The Texas computer education association is holding its 33rd annual convention this month in Austin, Texas. From February 4-8 educators from around the country, ranging from system administrators to librarians will have the opportunity to network and learn how technology can be used to innovate the classroom and inspire students. More than four hundred presentations and . . . → Read More: The TCEA 2013 Convention is About “Learning in a New Light”