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Bookmate is a subscription service covering mobile, tablet and web, iOS and Android. Bookmate tries to create a unique concept of social reading. Bookmate connects publishers and authors with new markets. Unlike services like Amazon, Google Books or iBooks, Bookmate is an open platform that connects publishers and readers directly. So publishers get access to user behavior analytics and have promotion tools for direct marketing. It means they own their relationship with their readers. At the moment the market of Bookmate is concentrated in Russia and Turkey but they are looking forward to extend to more markets this year.
BlueID software technology makes it possible to use a smartphone app as a digital key for a physical object that needs to be secured. The basic function of BlueID is to identify the user on the basis of their mobile device and to provide secure communication between the system components. You can open and start cars, open parking barriers and roller doors, enter doors, open gates and turnstiles via their smartphone app. The BlueID uses a very strong encryption which secures these operations. All these operations can be proccessed throught 2G/3G/4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Smart and NFC communications. The company was founded in 2006 in Munich, Germany.
Fuffr is a company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Fuffr is a smart iPhone 5s case that can offer users an interesting additional feature like motion tracking other than protecting the phone. Fuffr has its own sensors that help it track all sorts of movements made on a surface on the sides of the phone, and sends information back to the phone by Bluetooth. The technology can be used to improve games and other apps, allowing users to control their devices without touching the screen.
Cybercom is a consulting company that makes products for their customers on all sorts of software development. Cybercom Poland is based in Warsaw, Poland. They have made a bluetooth car key which is in the market already. Cybercom works on Connectivity Management, Digital Solutions, Secure Connectivity and Mobile Software Development. Cybercom is trying to revolutionize the multimedia in the automotive industry by showing some of their innovative concepts.
Sony showing their tablet and smartphone accessories. The accessories include a Bluetooth Keyboard for tablets. This keyboard uses Bluetooth 3.0 and has QWERTY physical keyboard keys. It can be used as a case or cover too. The Bluetooth Keyboard is compatible with any device with support for Bluetooth profile Human Interface Device Profile (HID). It has a built-in battery with up to 3 months of battery life and charges by Micro-USB. This will be available soon and will cost at around €100. Another accessory shown here is a Bluetooth Remote Controller that has voice calling functions. This controller works only with Sony devices. A wireless magnetic charger with built-in speakers and microphone and also with voice calling function will be also available soon.
Sony’s second generation of mid-end smartphones is the M series which has two models, the M1 and the new M2. Sony M2 features a 4.8inch 540×960 resolution display, 1Gb of RAM and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8926 quad-core CPU. The camera is 8MP and this phone comes with 8Gb of storage. Its design is “Omni-Balance”, according to Sony, which is focused on creating balance and symmetry in all directions. It comes in black, white and purple colors. This phone has been in market since April.
UMI X1 Pro from UMI features a 4.7inch 1280×720 resolution display, 1Gb of RAM, 4Gb of internal storage and is powered by a MediaTek MTK6582 quad-core CPU. UMI X1 Pro is sold for less than $100 retail.