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This Monday, Google announced via their Google+ profile that they’ll be joining forces with the Mason, Ohio-based eyewear giant Luxottica Group to design, develop and distribute a new version of the innovative Google glass product. To this point, Google Glass has only been made available on a very limited basis via the Glass Explorer Program. …

The Motorola TC55 Touch Computer is a revelation for the mobile worker. It’s designed to give users the ruggedness they require for daily use on the job along with the modern features they’ve come to expect on their personal devices. The TC55 features: Android Jellybean 4.1.2, a 1.5GHz Dual-Core processor, GPS, NFC, an 8 Megapixel …

Motorola Modular Smartphones

Choosing the options that best fit our needs. This is a trend that is spanning not just our channel, but all of technology including that which ends up in the hands of end users. Twitter and RSS readers allow us to tailor our information feed to include exactly what we want and exclude everything else. …

Zebra’s NEW and ENHANCED ZXP Series 3 card printer is now available for order at BlueStar.  The popular ZXP Series 3 has been updated with exciting new enhancements, including higher image count per ribbon use and increased range of card thickness from 10-40 mil.  And best of all, there is NO change in the list …

Available as 4 x 2 case labels and 4 x 6 pallet labels, these tags will be powered by Impinj’s latest value-driven IC, the Monza 5. Made especially for Retail, Apparel, Government applications, Asset tracking and Supply Chain, these Thermal Transfer UHF GEN2 RFID labels are made of a perforated paper face with general purpose …

As mobile devices continue to grow in popularity across Point-of-Sale applications, one key component of POS is sometimes overlooked: the cash drawer. Until all currency becomes digital, cash drawers will need to remain present in the POS sphere–but integrating a mobile, wireless POS system with a traditional cash drawer can be challenge. APG has just …

Despite the fact that near-field communication (NFC) payments have yet to find popularity in the United States comparable to that of Europe, a recent report from Juniper Research reports that the technology is projects to reach more than $74 billion in the US by 2015. NFC is predicted to play a major role in the …