Similar to yesterday’s infographic, Cisco’s Visual Networking Index Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update shows that consumers’ mobile appetite has grown a lot in the past year, with no signs of slowing.
In fact, by the end of 2013, Cisco predicts there will be more mobile devices on Earth than people! Findings from the report also uncovered that global mobile data traffic will increase 13-fold by 2017, with more than 10 billion mobile-connected devices by then. What do you think the future holds for mobile? Reblog this post and let us know your predictions!
QR codes enable companies to drive customers to their own interactive content such as videos, social media sites and Web pages, by using a device’s camera to scan a barcode. These barcodes can be anywhere – billboards, ads, posters, product displays and more, increasing visibility.
The low cost and high interactive aspect of this technology make it a good option for small businesses and provides valuable insights into customers. Small business owners can use many free or paid sites like QReate & Track and Delivr to create their own QR codes and find out the number of scans, location, dates and times used. To learn more click through.
Hurricane Sandy has wreaked havoc up and down the East Coast, flooding homes and businesses, and leaving millions without power. In New York’s Orange County, thousands of homes suffered power outages. Among them was the home of Joe Dans, president and senior creative director of Rogue Wave Creative Group, Inc., who was forced to relocate with his family. Left without power when they returned home, Dans faced the challenge of operating his small public relations firm from his home.
Click through to read how a 4G LTE Jetpack help to allow Dans to conduct business without interruption and keep his small business open during and after Hurricane Sandy.
Congratulations to Aliah Davis of Washington, N.J. for winning our Dia de tus Suenos or Day of Your Dreams sweepstakes held during October in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. Today, Davis will be spending the day with acclaimed Chef Jose Garces, a Philadelphia restaurateur and star of “Iron Chef America” on the Food Network.
Her day will begin at the Verizon Wireless store at 11th and Market Street in Philadelphia, where Garces will sign copies of his new book, “The Latin Road Home,” for fans, and Davis will be presented with a check for $1,000 and a Verizon Wireless 4G LTE tablet. Davis will also accompany Garces on a private tour of his restaurant J.G. Domestic at 2929 Arch Street, followed by a cooking lesson and dinner!
Verizon Wireless gives a platform to everybody to share their personal stories, and encourages the community to celebrate the contributions of the Hispanic population to our nation’s culture. For more information about the Day of Your Dreams contest, visit www.verizoninsider.com/dreamday.
For college students preparing to go back to school, it is essential to have the proper devices to succeed academically, make connections on campus and check in with family.
Apps and services like Skype provide an avenue for parents to spend time with their freshman away from home. Combined with the power of 4G LTE smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S III and DROID INCREDIBLE 4G LTE by HTC, parents can expect better connectivity and more time chatting.
When it comes time for schoolwork, E-reader apps like Kindle for Android have classic literature and new titles available for download, lightening the load to haul around campus and possibly saving a few dollars in the process.
Some mobile hotspots, such as the VerizonJetpack MiFi 4620L, provide 4G LTE connectivity for up to 10 Wi-Fi-enabled devices so you and your dorm pals can have a shareable Wi-Fi signal wherever needed, turning the dining hall or quad into an impromptu study space.
How do you plan on preparing your kids to go away for school? How will you keep in touch? Check back here on Friday for other helpful devices, tips and apps we’ll be sharing with mommy bloggers as everyone prepares for back-to-school.
Verizon now covers 337 markets and lets you take 4G LTE coverage with you on the road this summer. Click through to find out how Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE technology is breathing new life into America’s favorite traditions.
Imagine playing a video game on a smartphone or tablet. Now picture one player in California and another in New Jersey, and they are playing against each other. The lower latency on a 4G LTE network means that when one player makes a move, like pressing down on the accelerator in a virtual car, the other player has the chance to react in real time, make a move and pass his competitor to win the race.
While connecting people and things wirelessly may have been possible before, the improved latency of 4G LTE networks opens up more possibilities and enhances the mobile experience.
To learn more about the 4G LTE network and click through.