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Fortune 500 Company Trashes All Employee Computers…for Tablets

Imagine this headline on today’s Wall Street Journal. While it may seem farfetched now, at the rate mobile devices – smartphones and tablets alike – are becoming requisite in our lives, it’s not outside the realm of reality. Read More

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Nov 19, 2012 at 10:10 am

Video Killed the Conference Phone

I love the video phone. I use it at least five days a week (that’s me wearing the monocle below). Recently, a friend of mine had a job interview via video phone which turned into one long awkward experience of not knowing where to look. In personal settings, the video phone has transformed the way we connect with friends and family who live far away; as your moving image translates more meaning than audio could ever hope for. Facial expressions allow you to fully absorb the idiosyncrasies of a person, infusing the conversation with emotion and unsaid truths. The ease of operation, the proliferation of webcams and the decline of video lag issues all equal the rise of real time facial reaction via the digital world.


However, most people cringe at the thought of attending a meeting via video phone. I predict this will dissipate with the upcoming generation; the awkwardness we all feel when our image is transported into a conference room will be a non-issue for those in middle…

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Jul 26, 2012 at 4:04 pm

The Tech Kings Discuss Connectivity and Near Field Communication (NFC)

Airfoil's resident Tech Kings, Aaron Petras and Tony Onofrio, discuss the benefits of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. With expected sales of NFC-equipped handsets to reach 263.6 million units by 2015, connectivity will be taken to another level through the endless benefits of this user friendly interface. 

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