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  2. Lively (company) - Wikipedia

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    Lively (stylized as Live!y, and known before 2021 as GreatCall) is a connected health technology company based in San Diego, California.Lively offers health and safety products and services for older adults, including mobile devices, cellular service, mobile apps and a wearable device.

  3. Z-Wave - Wikipedia

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    Z-Wave is a wireless communications protocol used primarily for home automation.It is a mesh network using low-energy radio waves to communicate from appliance to appliance, allowing for wireless control of residential appliances and other devices, such as lighting control, security systems, thermostats, windows, locks, swimming pools, and garage door openers.

  4. Cricket Wireless - Wikipedia

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    Cricket Wireless is an American wireless service provider, owned by AT&T. It provides wireless services to ten million subscribers in the United States. Cricket Wireless was founded in March 1999 by Leap Wireless International. AT&T acquired Leap Wireless International in March 2014, and later merged Cricket Wireless operations with Aio Wireless.

  5. Cable & Wireless Worldwide - Wikipedia

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    Cable & Wireless Worldwide PLC (informally Cable & Wireless) was a British multinational telecommunications services company headquartered in Bracknell, United Kingdom.It was formed in 2010 by the split of Cable & Wireless plc into two companies, the other being Cable & Wireless Communications serving Central America and the Caribbean.

  6. Cable & Wireless plc - Wikipedia

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    Cable and Wireless traces its history back to a number of British telegraph companies founded in the 1860s, and cites Sir John Pender as the founder. In 1869, Pender founded the Falmouth, Malta, Gibraltar Telegraph Company and the British Indian Submarine Telegraph Company, which connected the Anglo-Mediterranean cable (linking Malta to Alexandria using a cable manufactured by one of Pender's ...

  7. Qi (standard) - Wikipedia

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    Qi (pronounced / tʃ iː / CHEE; from the Chinese word qi; traditional Chinese: 氣) is an open interface standard that defines wireless power transfer using inductive charging over distances of up to 4 cm (1.6 inches), developed by the Wireless Power Consortium.

  8. Shure - Wikipedia

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    Shure Incorporated is an American audio products corporation.It was founded by Sidney N. Shure in Chicago, Illinois in 1925 as a supplier of radio parts kits. The company became a consumer and professional audio-electronics manufacturer of microphones, wireless microphone systems, phonograph cartridges, discussion systems, mixers, and digital signal processing.

  9. MiFi - Wikipedia

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    MiFi is a brand name used to describe a wireless router that acts as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot.In many countries, including the United States, Canada, and Mexico, Inseego Corp (previously known as Novatel Wireless) owns a registered trademark on the "MiFi" brand name; in the United Kingdom, mobile operator Hutchison 3G owns the "MiFi" trademark.