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The Best Event Registration and Ticketing Software According to G2 Crowd Spring 2016 Rankings, Based on User Reviews

G2 Crowd, the world’s leading business software review platform, today released the Spring 2016 Event Registration and Ticketing Software Grid report to help businesses make the best event registration and ticketing technology decision.

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More information: http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2016/05/18/best-event-registration-and-ticketing-software-according-g2-crowd-spring-2016-rankings-ba#axzz4BBRxV8KM

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The Event Planner’s Guide to RF Wireless Simultaneous Interpretation

This guide helps you evaluate if a simple-to-operate, tour guide style, wireless portable RF system is the right solution for the type of event you are planning. The alternative is a conference interpretation system with amore powerful stationary transmitter.

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More information: http://iprobesolutions.com/learn/the-event-planners-guide-to-rf-wireless-simultaneous-interpretation

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Event Tech: 3 New Tools to Make Your Event More Fun

Conferences, speaker sessions and other events have an exciting world of new tools that can help their events achieve that holy grail of good events: audience engagement.

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More information: http://www.tintup.com/blog/event-tech-3-new-tools-to-make-your-event-more-fun/

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Event Center: Managing Event Audio

When scheduling your event, you will need to consider which audio options you want to use to communicate with participants. For example, you can allow attendees to call in, receive a call back, participate in the audio conference using their computers, or hear audio broadcast over the internet.

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More information: https://help.webex.com/docs/DOC-1025

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Boffins shake up smartphone with motion-sensor as microphone

University of Illinois boffins have proved that someone who steals your phone can perform hardware hacks on it.

As a maker-hack, The Register can’t help but admire the work done to create the “VibraPhone” (even the pun is better than average). As a security vulnerability, we’ll file this under “if you lose your phone, you’re p0wned anyway”.

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More information: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/06/09/boffins_shake_up_smartphone_with_motionsensor_as_microphone/

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Elevate Attendee Experience and Engagement with RFID Technology at Summer Events

When it comes to summer events, radio-frequency technology – whether it’s RFID or NFC – is the new black (or tie dye). Whether you’re planning a music festival, a maker faire, or a lawn and garden show, wearables with embedded RF chips or tags open up a world of possibilities for organizers and attendees.

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More information: http://www.tsnn.com/news-blogs/elevate-attendee-experience-and-engagement-rfid-technology-summer-events

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Christophe & Co. Armill Is $150,000 Self-Powering Smart Bracelet Designed By Pininfarina With Upgradeable Tech

The smart watch and wearables segment is evolving quickly and has us extremely curious to know how the luxury industry will find a space within an area they historically have very little experience – digital technology. New brand Christophe & Co. began with a very simple premise – to create an ultra high-end wearable that incorporated elements of high tech while focusing on exclusivity as a jewelry product for men.

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More information: http://www.ablogtowatch.com/christophe-co-armill-150000-self-powering-smart-bracelet-designed-pininfarina-upgradeable-tech/

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RFID Smart Wristbands Streamline the Process of Identification and Access Management

As people see, RFID smart wristbands are a kind of smart radio frequency irregular tags that are convenient and durable to wear on the wrist, and they have been extensively used into a variety of applications, including festivals, events, hospitals, personnel identification and so forth. For better management, DAILY RFID, a leading professional RFID products manufacturer, has recently released a series of smart RFID wristbands/bracelets with silicone materials.

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More information: http://www.rfid-in-china.com/news-detail-678.html

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Intel brings AR Rahman and a hoverboard butler on stage at CES 2016

Tech companies appear to already be at fever pitch even before the gates of CES 2016 are officially thrown open. Intel joined in the fray with their recent press event, during which they demonstrated everything from smart clothes, to all-seeing drones, to “personal transporters” (Intelspeak for hoverboards) and more.

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More information: http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/report-intel-brings-ar-rahman-and-a-hoverboard-butler-on-stage-at-ces-2016-2162873

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We Attended the Hatsune Miku Expo to Find Out if a Hologram Pop Star Could Be Human

If an ordinary show’s affinity is to theater, Hatsune Miku’s is to film: both are coldly automatic, non-spontaneous, even projected, with bleeding-edge invention, onto a vast and gleaming silver screen. One sees Hatsune Miku perform live in much the same way one sees Iron Man fight Captain America in a Marvel movie.

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More information: https://thump.vice.com/en_us/article/hatsune-miku-expo-feature