The Motorola HC1 is light and rugged, features that could prove useful to military and civilian agencies.
Government users don't want to have to carry two phones, and instead want to be able to use their own devices at work. And since iPhones have become popular among consumers, those are what government agencies want to use.
Apple's smaller version of the iPad fits in one hand, which could prove useful to agencies with employees in the field.
The smart phone-based GridMeNow application helped keep an 11-nation coalition up to date during the recent exercise in Croatia.
The Surface has features, such as a keyboard built into its cover, that could make it attractive to public sector agencies.
The U.S. Marine Corps uses federated cloud techniques to speed delivery of supplies to the front, sometimes shortening response to a matter of minutes.
USDA nutrition service's online app uses AJAX and social media to provide guidelines for diet and physical activity.
After the discovery of unmarked graves and other errors, Arlington conducted a massive data collection effort coupled with back-end improvements to produce ANC Explorer.
The 60 GHz band to be used with the 802.11ac will add a huge amount of bandwidth, but risks signal loss over distance. "Beamforming" could solve the problem.
PCs aren't disappearing, but an industry forecast is further evidence of the move to mobile.
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State and local election officials contributed data on polling places and ballot to an AT&T-led effort that can help get informed voters to the polls.