With the 2018 version of its rugged 2-in-1 Toughbook 20, Panasonic is highlighting improved features and battery life. The 2-in-1 detachable laptop is equipped with boosted power with an Intel Core i5 7Y57
The Tech in Sports crew explores all the major sports tech news from the last week including the New York Mets drone-proofing their stadium, FC Bayern Munich hosting a hackathon, speedskating smartsuits, and
New York - Panasonic has been working towards a global connectivity service that can provide a predictably priced, roaming free network for its mobile computing solutions for the last five years, and now
Panasonic Canada is bringing its Canadian unified communications (UC) PBX solutions to the cloud with its new Cloud Solutions offerings. The Cloud Solutions will coexist with the current available on-premises PBX solutions, with
Panasonic Corporation has announced two new additions to its Toughbook family. On Thursday the Japanese company unveiled the new 10.1” FZ-AZ Android Toughpad, an Android 6.0 Marshmallow-powered tablet aimed at enterprise users, along
Furthering a recent trend of vendors acquiring solution providers, the Canadian arm of Panasonic entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Quickservice Technologies Inc. of St. Catharines, Ont. Quickservice is a solution provider
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For once, the US is getting something second. Software vendor NetMotion Wireless and Panasonic have announced they are bringing the NetMotion Mobility and Diagnostics software bundle for Panasonic Toughbook and Toughpad devices to the US
Electronics manufacturer Panasonic is known for its rugged and durable Tourghbook laptops for the most extreme use cases, and it’s not making a play for the semi-rugged market with its new Toughbook 51.
Omni-channel efforts took centre stage at the National Retail Federation's (NRF) Big Show in New York, NY this week with several companies, including Toshiba, Microsoft, Panasonic and a Toronto-based vendor making major announcements to further