Kensington Debuts NanoSaver Keyed Laptop Lock and Security Slot

Kensington®, celebrates 25 years of innovation and leadership in physical security with the introduction of its new NanoSaver™ Keyed Laptop Lock and accompanying Kensington Nano Security Slot™. The new lock and slot were designed for today?EU?s increasingly thin and lightweight devices. HP Inc. is the first manufacturer to integrate the Kensington Nano Security Slot into its new Pro x2 — paving the way for next generation security for ultra-thin devices and desktop peripherals.

Kensington invented the first laptop lock in 1992 with the launch of the original MicroSaver® Lock and Kensington Security Slot™, and has since been the standard in physical security. With 20 million locks sold stretching more than 132 million feet — enough to circle around the equator — global brands like Acer®, ASUS®, HP Inc.®, and Lenovo® trust Kensington to provide the anti-theft protection users need to secure their devices and the valuable data kept on them.

“The HP Pro x2 was designed to deliver enterprise-class security, from data to user identity to the physical device,” said Terrell Aubert, Senior Product Marketing Manager, HP Commercial Mobility Accessories, HP Inc. “With Kensington?EU?s long-standing expertise and number of years in the lock security industry, the Nano Security Slot was the logical choice when determining which slot to integrate with the Pro x2, and we?EU?re pleased to be the first manufacturer to do so.”

Kensington Keyed Laptop Lock™

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Laptop Lock – (SKU# K64444)

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Laptop Lock – Like Keyed (SKU# K64445L)

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Laptop Lock – Master Keyed (SKU# K64445M)

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Laptop Lock – Supervisor Keyed (SKU# K64445S)

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Dual Head Laptop Lock – (SKU# K64448)

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Dual Head Laptop Lock – Like Keyed (SKU# K64449L)

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Dual Head Laptop Lock – Master Keyed (SKU# K64449M)

Kensington NanoSaver™ Keyed Dual…
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New FCC Chair Tells MWC Net Neutrality Rules Were a 'Mistake'

Calling the Open Internet Order adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) two years ago a “mistake,” new FCC chairman Ajit Pai today told attendees at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that the agency intends to return to a “light-touch approach” to regulations. MWC 2017, running this week from Feb. 27-March 2, is the mobile industry’s largest annual conference and expo.

Supporters of the FCC’s 2015 order say such comments are a sign that Net neutrality is under attack. They are vowing to fight efforts to roll back the order, which established “clear, bright-line rules” against blocking, throttling and paid prioritization of content delivery by Internet service providers.

Pai, who was appointed by President Donald Trump to succeed outgoing FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, has been vocal in his opposition to the Net neutrality order. After it was adopted, Pai called the order a “heavy-handed solution that won’t work for a problem that doesn’t exist.” Since taking the reins at the FCC, Pai has already led a number of reversals on measures adopted under Wheeler, including a stop to the investigations into “zero-rating” offerings and a stay on new broadband privacy rules that were approved in October.

Net Neutrality and Infrastructure Investment

“[T]wo years ago, the United States deviated from our successful, light-touch approach,” Pai said in his talk at the MWC. “The FCC decided to apply last-century, utility-style regulation to today’s broadband networks . . . This reversal wasn’t necessary to solve any problem; we were not living in a digital dystopia . . . Two years later, it has become evident that the FCC made a mistake.”

He added that the Open Internet Order, “injected tremendous uncertainty into the broadband market. And uncertainty is the enemy of growth.” The adoption of Net neutrality rules led to the first non-recession decline…
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MWC – Hey Honor. Perform some Magic in Europe!

MWC   Hey Honor. Perform some Magic in Europe!

Imagine a pebble. One of those really cool pebbles that you find at the beach. Those ones that you use for skimming across the water. They’re brilliant aren’t they? Here at Mobile World Congress I’ve managed to get some time with the Honor Pebble Magic. It’s very pebble shaped and, as we mentioned before, it has a very curvy 5.09″ screen that’s perhaps hard to show in pictures. The QHD 2560×1440 resolution – yes, I did say QHD – looks amazing and it slides away at each corner before doing a similar trick at the rear.

Here’s a video to try and show you just how nice it is to hold..

MWC   Hey Honor. Perform some Magic in Europe!

There’s a fingerprint scanner, 2.5 GHz Kirin CPU, 4GB RAM and it’s just 7.8mm thick. Powered by a 2900 mAh battery there’s 64GB of storage. WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth feature along with a 12 megapixel f/2.2 camera (with dual-LED flash) and an 8 megapixel selfie cam.

MWC   Hey Honor. Perform some Magic in Europe!

MWC   Hey Honor. Perform some Magic in Europe!

MWC   Hey Honor. Perform some Magic in Europe!

MWC   Hey Honor. Perform some Magic in Europe!

But.. BUT….

It’s NOT coming to Europe. China only. Boooo!!!! Come on Honor.. Can I buy you some cakes? This is a little beauty. A proper change from the norm and I thought it was amazing. Let’s get it available in Europe too.

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  • Samsung to Push RCS Messaging On Its Own Handsets

    Samsung today said it intends to adopt Rich Communications Services messaging on its smartphones. RCS is a more advanced messaging standard that supports group chats, video messaging, and more. Samsung acquired RCS technology when it picked up NewNet late last year. Samsung plans to work with overseas carriers such as Deutsche Telekom, Korea Telecom, SK Telecom, T-Mobile, and Vodafone to enable RCS on its devices. Samsung’s move follows a similar one made by Google, which is working with a wider selection of phone makers and carriers to bring RCS to Android devices around the world. Samsung is one of only a few device makers not supporting Google’s RCS push, and now we know why.

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    VeloCloud Announces Partnership with Tata NetFoundry

    BARCELONA, SPAIN, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS — FEB. 28, 2017 — VeloCloud™ Networks, Inc., the Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN™ company, today announced a partnership with NetFoundry™, a new venture of Tata Communications, and interoperability with the NetFoundry platform.

    VeloCloud Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN enables Enterprises to securely support application growth, network agility, and simplified branch and end-point implementations. At the same time, VeloCloud delivers optimized access to private datacenters and enterprise applications and to cloud services through its system of VeloCloud Gateways.

    NetFoundry’s software provides secure, resilient packet routing across multiple mid-mile Tier One Internet connections to optimize application delivery of SaaS, cloud and IoT services. VeloCloud customers are able to continue to leverage the system of VeloCloud Gateways in addition to the NetFoundry optimization. Customers of NetFoundry are able to connect branch offices to the NetFoundry platform via this integration.

    “Partnering with Tata NetFoundry gives our joint customers greater options for delivering quality of experience across the Internet,” said Sanjay Uppal, Co-founder and CEO, VeloCloud. “Tata NetFoundry gives businesses improved performance and security across long Internet distances.?EU?

    Proen Internet announced that they are leveraging the VeloCloud Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN and NetFoundry integration. “We are pleased to bring this combined solution to our customers,” said Kittipan Sri-bua-iam, CEO of Proen Internet. “Security, performance and value are of enormous importance to the businesses we serve, and our pilots have shown the improved performance to Office 365, which is critical for our customers.” Proen is one of the leading systems integrators based in Thailand.

    VeloCloud Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN enables Enterprises to securely support application growth, network agility, and simplified branch and end-point implementations while delivering optimized access to cloud services, private datacenters and enterprise applications. Global Service Providers are able to increase revenue, deliver advanced services and increase flexibility…
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    MWC – Oh wow, I’m in love! Hands-on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    This morning I talk a walk to the China Mobile stand and there, amongst the robots and networking kit, was the Xiaomi Mi MIX we covered last year. This, though, was my first time seeing it in the flesh and .. woaha…

    A 6.4″ display oozes right to the very, very edge of this phone. This corners of the screen are rounded too, just like the LG G6. Don’t forget the Xiaomi also brought us a slightly-different-than-normal screen format. The LG G6 has 18:9, but this bigger 6.4″ 2040×1080 pixel screen is 17:9.

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    There’s a couple of versions available, with the “18K” model packing 18K gold rims around the camera and fingerprint sensor. This is the “cheaper” model which you can buy online for $859.99 and .. it…is… stunning. To think that we’ve used tablets with 7″ screens – this screen is only a tiny bit smaller!

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    The Xiaomi Mi MIX is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad-core CPU with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. It’s powered by Android 6.0 and there’s a 16 megapixel shooter at the back plus a 5 megapixel front camera which is actually housed in the “chin”. Other specs include 4G, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth.

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    Why is the camera (which is 50% smaller in size than most cameras) at the bottom? Well, the screen uses all of the area up top – no room for a camera or an earpiece. Instead there’s piezoelectric ceramic acoustic technology coming through the screen so that you can hear callers. Clever stuff, and our friends at Elliptic Labs have worked to on the ultrasonic proximity sensor, which sits hidden behind the display and replaces the traditional infrared sensor.

    The handset has a ceramic frame, back cover and buttons. It achieves a massive 91.3% screen-to-body ratio. I want one! I want one now! Hardly any bezel, a stunning screen and a well-built handset which really doesn’t feel big in the hand at all.

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

    MWC   Oh wow, Im in love! Hands on with the Xiaomi Mi MIX

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  • Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but they’re getting closer

    I tend to follow a wide selection of people and organisations on a Twitter. One is the National Police Air Service.

    Don’t ask me how I started following them, but they do lots of good work keeping us safe from the skies. They also have a website where you can learn more about their work but they also post live updates on Twitter.

    The reason why I mention all this? Well, they tend to use a smartphone when posting tweets, and they also take some pictures that way too. Last night they added some shots of London which were taken on a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. Please do bear in mind that Twitter has obviously compressed and reduced these somewhat, but they’re still pretty stunning. Don’t forget that these have been taken by hand from a helicopter flying across London at night, and then shrunk down for Twitter. In years past we would’ve had motion blur a-go-go. Look at it now.

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Meanwhile I also had to marvel at the photos I produced during a visit to a roof top pool. I didn’t take time to frame then particularly, and I didn’t use any special settings other than HDR. They look absolutely amazing. These were all taken on an LG G5..

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Smartphone cameras. They may not always be perfect, but theyre getting closer

    Have we seen the back of dodgy cameras? Well no, there’s still a few mid and entry-level smartphones here at Mobile World Congress that have horrible cameras, but if you choose your phone well then they can produce some awesome imagery.

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  • MWC – BMW demo their Personal CoPilot and more

    MWC   BMW demo their Personal CoPilot and more
    Taking part for the first time here in Barcelona is BMW. They’re showing off their driverless car experience outside between Halls 3 and 5. Despite people walking around the demonstration area and a lot of other obstacles, the remote control parking worked brilliantly on these little electric powered vehicles.

    The BMW i3 94 Ah models on show here should let you drive up to 300 km (186 miles) but in every day operation BMW say that 200 km is achievable (around 124 miles).

    With most garages designed and built years ago when cars were much smaller, we’ve probably stopped using them. BMW have realised that – if if you do try and park your car in the garage – getting in and out of the door can be a problem. So instead, the car parks itself by moving forward into, or reversing out of, your garage or a tight parking space. Just push the appropriate button on the BMW key to activate system once you’re stood outside the vehicle.

    MWC   BMW demo their Personal CoPilot and more

    Here’s a video of the system in action..

    BMW have also announced a research project called “Vehicular CrowdCell” which builds on a previous project called “Vehicular Small Cell” which offered an optimized mobile femtocell for better reception inside vehicles. The new CrowdCell system enhances the capacity and coverage of mobile radio networks, making the cars effective “radio relays”. In the not-too-distant future we could see BMWs acting as signal boosters, activated on demand in order to increase bandwidth or add additional network coverage.

    MWC   BMW demo their Personal CoPilot and more

    Dr. Peter Fertl, project manager at BMW, tells us..

    The “Vehicular Small Cell” will optimize in-vehicle connectivity of mobile devices for our customers. At the same time, the integration into a network of “Vehicular CrowdCells” will enable the ubiquitous and seamless availability of high-quality mobile radio connections outside the vehicle as well.

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  • MWC – Behind the scenes. Our truly mobile HQ.

    MWC   Behind the scenes. Our truly mobile HQ.
    Here at Coolsmartphone we live and breath mobile, so we figured that being shackled to a LAN connection just wasn’t the thing to do, especially when you’re in Barcelona covering the biggest mobile conference around. So I decided not to spend all my time in a hotel and have instead got myself a VW Camper Van.

    Inside there’s almost everything I could need. A bathroom, kitchen, TV, electric (courtesy of a battery which is charged by solar power) and super fast 4G internet. How did I get that internet? Well, the guys at Cellhire have helped me out there. For less than £40 you can get a 10GB data SIM card for use in Spain, plus there’s MiFi units and no chance of data shocks thanks to the lack of additional charges. For 10GB (which lasts 30 days) and a MiFi unit it’ll cost you £58.99, so that’s what we have right here.

    MWC   Behind the scenes. Our truly mobile HQ.

    It’s performed faultlessly across the event and all across the city, and it was actually quicker than the Press WiFi at Mobile World Congress itself. The MiFi, a Huawei device, is easy to use and displays the access point and password right on the screen. It charges from a microUSB port and lasted well on battery even with our crazy usage.

    MWC   Behind the scenes. Our truly mobile HQ.

    The result, thanks to a bit of Airbnb action, is a fully equipped mobile headquarters. We’ve got power points, USB ports, a TV, radio, a bit double bed, heating, hot water, lights and even tea to keep things going. So, whilst Matteo is in a very non-mobile room, I’m in the VW Camper Van.

    Here’s a look around the Coolsmartphone Mobile Command Centre 🙂 There’s also a cheeky overview of the huge Doogee Y6 Max 3D smartphone, which I’ll cover in more detail shortly..

    Yes, there was a “budget issue” with the cost of getting to Barcelona and stopping in the city during one of the busiest conferences here. However, I wanted to show that I don’t always need WiFi in a hotel or hostel. Mobile WiFi and data over the mobile network is, in some instances, better. Heck – we’ve seen EE and Sony pushing 1Gbps over 4G, so it can be done.

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  • Xiaomi Announces the Surge S1, Its First Mobile Processor

    Xiaomi today showed off the Surge S1, a mobile processor that it developed in-house. Only a handful of companies make their own processors, including Apple, Huawei, and Samsung. Doing so allows for a higher level of integration when compared to using a chip designed by Qualcomm or MediaTek. The Surge S1 is an octa-core SoC with four ARM Cortex A53 cores at 2.2 GHz and four A53 cores at 1.4 GHz. It is pared with the Mali T-860 MP4 GPU for 4K video, and a 32-bit DSP with 16kHz sampling for high-quality VoLTE voice calls. The chip is already in production and, in fact, Xiaomi said it forms the engine in its new Mi 5c smartphone. The 5c is a minor update to last year’s Mi 5. It is a China-only Android device with a 5.15-inch full HD screen, 12-megapixel main camera, 8-megapixel selfie camera, 3 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, and 2,860mAh battery. It reaches China March 3 for about $220.

    Source: Phone Scoop – Latest News