Automatic today launched an iPhone app and a tiny piece of intelligent hardware called the Automatic Link that connects your iPhone to your car’s onboard computer when you drive. Automatic is a smart driving assistant that helps you save gas, drive safer and understand what's happening under the hood. It also remembers where you parked and can automatically call for help in a crash. The Automatic Link retails for $69.95 and is available for pre-order at automatic.com today, shipping in May. The Automatic app and service are free.
Dragon Mobile Assistant expands the natural language understanding and artificial intelligence capabilities first showcased as part of the successful Dragon Go! application – and has been further enhanced to include proactive capabilities. Dragon’s a search tool with direct access to an open ecosystem of 200 content partners – with all the benefits of a personal assistant, featuring conversational interactions for SMS, Dialing, Social, Calendar, Music and App Launching.
Cellphone-Mate, a provider of cellular amplifier technology, today announced that the company has been FCC certified for the TriFlex V (Verizon), TriFlex A (AT&T) and the Tri-Flex T (T-Mobile) Tri-Band Amplifier for T-Mobile's enhanced 4G and Canada's 4G frequency.
With the Real-Time Crime Center solution from Motorola Solutions Inc., law enforcement officers can now approach an incident armed with more operational intelligence. Inputs from multiple data sources such as video, sensors, alarms, computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records are processed with real-time analytics to deliver one operational view. This enables better situational awareness and allows for more proactive responses resulting in smarter and safer decisions.
Verizon Wireless launched a real version for Android of the "Unicorn Apocalypse" game featured in its TV spots.