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Q&A: Mobility is key in modern construction expense reporting Special

According to expert Jon Roskill, cloud-based mobile expense reporting software can resolve common pain points and deliver accessible control to construction leaders. This acknowledges that very nature of their roles, construction workers are mobile.

In Paris, cars forced to make way for the two-wheel revolution

Paris - With the wind rushing through their hair, they zip past on bikes, electric scooters and mono-wheels, effortlessly passing lines of hot-and-bothered drivers stuck in the endless Paris traffic.

CDC to study electric scooter accidents for the first time

Austin - Electric scooters are becoming increasingly popular, especially with millennials. This popularity runs in tandem with an increase in scooter-related accidents. The U.S. CDC is to study accident patterns for the first time.

Scooter startup offers discounts to people with low incomes

Scooter startup Bird announced Thursday that they're waiving the base fee per ride for those who are enrolled in or eligible for a state or federal assistance program.

Google launches Android device enterprise certification program

Google's announced a program to make Android devices more enterprise-friendly. It will label certified enterprise-ready phones as "Android Enterprise Recommended," signalling they meet the typical requirements of IT teams overseeing corporate deployments.

Segway Robotics' Loomo want to be your mobile companion Special

Segway Robotics' Loomo is far more than the typical rideable Segway. Once you step off Loomo, with the push of a button or a voice command, it transforms from a rideable into a friendly robot.

Electrification of mobility takes off

Forget the focus on electric cars, the next big electrification revolution will focus on the skies. A new direction for aircraft will lead to low cost, efficient and green forms of long-distance transport.

Samsung announces plans to 'democratise' the Internet of Things

Samsung launched several new Internet of Things services this week during the company's annual Developer Conference. The company said it wants to enable "connected, seamless experiences" to assist consumers, including voice control and augmented reality.

Lyft lifted by $1bn investment led by Google subsidiary

Ride-hailing service Lyft has raised $1 billion in a funding round led by Google investment firm CapitalG. The Uber rival is now worth $11bn, giving it more spending power as it expands its presence around the world. Uber has recently faced some setbacks.

Ford invests in start-up to create open-source mobility platform

Ford has invested in Silicon Valley start-up firm Autonomic Inc. The company's software provides services useful to autonomous ride-hailing businesses, including networked data streams between vehicles and operators. Ford will build open-source services.

New app offers personalized therapies for stroke patients

Toronto - A new app has been developed and it offers a series of personalized therapies for stroke patients to gain back use of their arms.

Startling figures on U.S. disability rates

Washington - One in 5 adults in the U.S. has some form of disability, according to a new report. The most commonly reported issue is mobility, shown with difficulty in climbing stairs. This is followed by dementia.

Op-Ed: Americans spend 58 minutes on a smartphone — this is a good thing

A recent study from Experion Marketing Services reported that Americans spend on average 58 minutes a day on their smartphones, but television viewing habits remain the larger concern.

Portability with power: The benefits of taking your business mobile Commissioned

A business owner choosing the road warrior lifestyle wants the right tools to help scale a company successfully. But once you have the roadmap to reach the next level, what kind of hardware would best suit your needs?

Hands on with the Canadian Google Android Phone Special

Rogers is launching Canada's first Google Android phones by HTC on June 2. Shaun Conlin spent some hands-on time with two new devices running the search engine giant's upstart OS and saw stars. Or a map of them, anyway.

Bell Mobility and "It's New Plan".

Bell Mobility is offering it's customers a new plan. One that allows free unlimited calls to other Bell Mobility users.

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