McDonald’s Spending €500 Million To Bring ‘Restaurant of the Future’ To Germa...

The Golden Arches are about to get a little more golden in Germany as McDonald’s has announced a €500 million ($557 million) initiative to remodel its locations into the ‘restaurant of the future’. Modeled after the company’s flagship German store in the Frankfurt airport, the renovated restaurants will take on a more modern design all around, including the kitchen, ordering process, dining …

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How Tablet Computers Changed the Construction Industry

Robert Kipp’s must-have tool when he steps onto a construction site isn’t a walkie-talkie or a hard hat, though you’ll never spot him without them. It’s an eight-inch Apple iPad Mini on which he stores blueprints, field documentation, and other relevant information. “Carrying blueprints under your arm while climbing up a ladder at a dangerous, high-story construction site just wasn’t …

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Samsung’s HITEC Hospitality

NEW ORLEANS–Samsung Electronics America, a hospitality solutions leader, is sharing its latest innovations at HITEC 2016 designed to empower hoteliers to offer the ultimate hospitality experience for their guests. Samsung is showcasing a lineup of products for the hospitality market featuring advanced technology, including its new lineup of hospitality SMART TVs featuring the world’s first built-in DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem, …

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World's biggest Apple Store in travel retail in Dubai..where is it?

Apple last week unveiled its largest travel retail stores in Dubai, just in time to cash in on the expected summer vacation rush at the airports. On June 14, Dubai Duty Free (DDF) officially opened two Apple store programmes at Dubai International T3, with the stores representing the largest Apple experience in travel retail. DDF sold close to 50,000 iPhones …

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Making An Impact With Mobility

For both businesses and consumers, we are living in a mobile-first world. The technology has permeated virtually every industry, providing immeasurable productivity and efficiency gains. For the modern and skilled manufacturer, mobile technology is the key to a successful shop floor and back office. A recent survey conducted by Motorola found that 7 in 10 IT decision-makers in the manufacturing …

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Samsung launches $200 Galaxy Tab Iris, an eye-scanning tablet for authenticating Indi...

Samsung has announced a new tablet that features iris-recognition technology, built specifically for government and enterprise bodies in India. Priced at INR 13,499 ($200), the Android 5.0 Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris sports a 7.0” WSVGA (1024×600) display, 1.2 Ghz Quad Core processor, a 3,600mAh battery, and other average specifications. But the real kicker here is, of course, the onboard Iris …

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eForms Beyond Your EHR: Making it Possible for ALL Clinical Forms to be Paperless

Many healthcare organizations today go through the costly and time-consuming process of implementing an Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) in the hopes of becoming a “paperless” hospital.  Unfortunately, many hospitals have discovered that even with an EHR in place, paper documentation – and the associated risks and costs – are still present. Hospitals implement EHRs with very specific objectives in mind. …

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Are You Ready For Education 3.0?

It is not that long ago when ‘technology-enabled education’ meant a weekly class trip to the computer lab. Today, students and teachers enjoy a wealth of technology-driven educational resources – from MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), YouTube videos on any subject and Google Hangouts, to collaborative study tools, mobile leaning and cloud-based homework applications. School hallways are filled with tablet …

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Nokia Seeks to Enter Digital Health Arena With Withings Bid

Nokia announced plans Tuesday to acquire Withings S.A., a French maker of of fitness trackers and other digital health products and apps in a bid to bolster its technology licensing portfolio in one of the most promising verticals emerging in the Internet of Things. Withings will be part of Nokia Technologies, an advanced technology and licensing business the Finnish telecommunications …

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