First News Briefs: Deutsche Telekom, Un-Blinking, Qualcomm, Straight Talk, Synchronoss
Deutsche Telekom and Telematics provider Un-Blinking Technologies (a division of SkyTrace Inc.) have launched a vendor-independent machine-to-machine (M2M) solution for vehicles in the USA based on iCar. This telemetry solution creates an intelligent car with functionality tailored to the needs of both car dealers and their customers.
Qualcomm Incorporated today announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Retail Solutions, Inc., has made its Gimbal proximity beacons commercially available as part of the Gimbal context aware, proximity platform. Gimbal proximity beacons, available in two models, are accurate down to one foot and work indoors and outdoors.
Straight Talk Wireless and NET10 Wireless today announced they will offer iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c to customers beginning on December 13, 2013.
Satori Capital, a private equity firm that partners with companies operating with a sustainable approach, has acquired Ranger Wireless Solutions, a technology-enabled service provider to the wireless telecom industry. Ranger Wireless’ patented service connects roaming wireless subscribers to their provider’s customer care center when they dial 6-1-1.
Synchronoss announced that it has reached 10 million Personal Cloud Subscribers throughout the world (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific) since the launch of its Personal Cloud Platform this summer.