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Picavi opens U.S. office to support smart glasses
German company says Chicago facility will support rollout of "pick by vision" platform by Illinois 3PL.
A fresh read on mobile computing in the warehouse
With the market at a crossroads, our exclusive survey offers an inside look at the state of mobile computing today and the outlook for the future.
Zebra upgrades rugged handhelds for logistics market
Android-based mobile computers will help IT managers transition from Microsoft Windows, firm says.
Janam offers rugged handheld with keypad and touchscreen
XM75 computer supports applications in transportation, logistics, route accounting, direct store delivery, and field service, firm says.
Honeywell rolls out two rugged computers to streamline fulfillment
Handhelds connect to warehouse software platforms, firm says.
Zebra Introduces Sleek, Smart Mobile Computers
New TC51 and TC56 touch mobile computers provide enterprise-class ruggedness, power, connectivity, and security in a sleek, Android-based design
Zebra launches mobile computers for retail tasks
TC5 Series replaces MT40 line for indoor retail and mobile delivery jobs.
Batteries and chargers: something new under the sun
Two product categories that haven't changed much in the last 10 years—batteries and chargers for lift trucks and mobile devices—are undergoing a transformation.
Warehouses make room for wearable computers
With the right adjustments to DC design and strategy, wearable computers can deliver the accuracy and efficiency needed to keep up with the rising demands of e-commerce fulfillment.
Voice 2.0
It's not just for picking anymore. Voice technology has evolved into a performance management and process optimization tool.

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