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U.S. to stop chip shipments to Huawei

The Trump administration issued a new rule last week that prevents Chinese telecom company Huawei and its suppliers from using U.S. technology and software,...

Virtual Health 2.0: Healthcare as an APP?

The healthcare industry is being challenged to re-assess past delivery modalities in unprecedented ways as it struggles to adapt to the current “new normal”...

AI Makes Your Building a Smart Healthy Building

Envision returning to work soon, to a Smart Healthy Building and using an app on your smartphone to open the door, hands-free. Artificial Intelligence...

Apple releases new iPhone—but where’s the 5G?

Last week, Apple announced its new second generation, iPhone SE, which features a 4.7-inch Retina HD display and Touch ID for “industry-leading” security. The...

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Alexa and Siri, Meet JiLL

Commercial real estate giant JLL, in partnership with Google, has developed an AI-based smartphone voice assistant designed for office properties. The smartphone app, dubbed JiLL,...

Facebook Goes Crypto- Now They Will Know What You Spend and Where?

Facebook announced its plans to create a financial system that relies on a cryptocurrency, The New York Times reports. The social media company’s plan...

Why Retail’s Next Big Opportunity Is Healthcare

Healthcare providers are looking to retail locations and shopping centers to meet demand from consumers for better health care services, convenience, and localized support. Consumer...

Openpath’s New Tech Opens Door For Easier Building Entry

Mullion Smart Reader lets tenants use their cell phones to enter office buildings—hands free. Commercial real estate owners have been on a mission to...

Chicago established as WiredScore’s latest flagship market

WiredScore, known for its global leading rating system for technological capacity in commercial buildings, recently announced its official launch in Chicago as a flagship...
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Is the AI hype beginning to fade?

The current COVID-19 pandemic has made a lot of businesses rethink what they need to operate—and what they don’t. Surprisingly, artificial intelligence (AI) might...

Corporate office space expected to decrease post Pandemic

Life won’t be the same in a lot of ways as people transition back to their pre-COVID-19 lives—one big difference could be how much,...

T-Mobile first to 5G in all 50 states

Carrier’s new partnership with GCI helps bring 5G to Alaska. Wireless carrier T-Mobile recently announced it has made 5G available in Alaska through its partnership...

Verizon, AT&T set sights on 5G Fixed Wireless

Both Verizon and AT&T deployed its plans to move forward with its 5G fixed wireless access (FWA)—the process of providing wireless broadband using radio...

Landlords feeling the pain from bankruptcy court rulings

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced retailers like Pier One, Neiman Marcus and JC Penney into bankruptcy, and unfortunately they likely aren’t the last ones...

IBM leaves WeWork outpost in NYC

IBM announced it will leave its WeWork outpost in Union Square in New York, Commercial Observer reports. The tech company is one of the...

Retain Tenants by Solving Spotty Cellular Problems in Multi-Unit Dwellings

With more tenants working from home, it is no longer optional to provide a strong cellular connection inside your multi-unit dwellings. In fact, it...

JC Penney brought to you by Amazon? Can you see it?

I was reading a number of stories and listening to the pundits opine about whether Amazon will buy JC Penney and I have to...