Can Product Managers Bring A Product Back From The Dead?

The Accidental Product Manager

A Brief History Lesson On Wireless Data. Can we talk about wireless data? However, as we collectively started using more and more data, the wireless carriers cried foul. AT&T was the first to move away from offering unlimited plans and instead limit their customers to a fixed amount of wireless data every month. A lot has changed in the market since unlimited wireless plans went away. Once a product has been killed off, it’s gone. Right?

Bar Code Scanner Product Managers Find A Way To Grow Their Market

The Accidental Product Manager

Product Amazon AT&T bar code scanner carpel tunnel syndrome data caps Direct TV occupational injury repetitive motion injury shipping Sprint T-Mobile U-Verse unlimited wireless data Verizon warehouse wireless data planCaption: Bar code scanners have been around for a while, how do you grow your market? Image Credit: Unitech. Product managers for bar code scanners have it pretty good these days.

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My Home Office

Sachin Rekhi

I love having the wireless Magic Keyboard because it allows me to move it wherever I like around my desk without any chance of snagging a cable. I was originally planning on getting the Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse as it's been a favorite amongst professionals.

The Top Product Moments of the Decade…and What’s Coming Next

The Product Coalition

We all went wireless Everyone made fun of Apple’s Airpods when the design was first released. While you can get an adaptor enabling you to connect your wired earphones through the charging port, that seems far too fiddly for today’s wireless world.

Our CEO’s Take on Making Data More Accessible for Product Teams

Indicative

Jeremy’s first job out of college was as an intern at a new startup building wireless ASPs. During a recent digital Fireside Chat, Indicative CEO Jeremy Levy talked with Product School CEO Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia about: The career journey that led him to start Indicative.

Confused Buyers Don’t Buy—Or Do They?

Pragmatic Marketing

Wireless providers intentionally make their pricing confusing to keep us from easily comparing plans. Another reason wireless companies get away with it is we (okay, I) have to have wireless plans now. An important rule I teach in the Price course is that confused buyers don’t buy. If you have a complex price list, then this is your buyer’s experience. He has a 30-minute break betwee n meetings and picks up your price list to figure out what the company needs.

Product Management in 2020: New Year, New… Products?

280 Group

Human Augmentation today can be seen with wireless headsets and wearables, but promises to someday restore vision or hearing, enable more effective prosthetics, and even provide super-human strength with exoskeletons. Happy New Year everyone!

Will the Motorola Hint Catch On? [POLL]

UserTesting

Motorola’s new wireless earbud, Hint , will make its debut this fall. The Hint is a tiny, Bluetooth-enabled earbud that allows users to perform voice searches, get directions, listen to text messages, interact with apps, and, of course, take phone … The post Will the Motorola Hint Catch On? POLL] appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Product

Will the Motorola Hint Catch On? [POLL]

UserTesting

Motorola’s new wireless earbud, Hint , will make its debut this fall. The Hint is a tiny, Bluetooth-enabled earbud that allows users to perform voice searches, get directions, listen to text messages, interact with apps, and, of course, take phone … The post Will the Motorola Hint Catch On? POLL] appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Product

10 Innovative Health Apps to Inspire Healthcare Product Managers

The Product Coalition

The app also connects with Qardio’s wireless smart scale for BMI & body composition tracking! Have you ever considered what our healthcare systems and treatments might look like in 2065?

Reasons Why the Internet of Things Needs Artificial Intelligence

The Product Coalition

They are equipped with advanced computing, global navigation satellite system and wireless communication for better coordination along the set routes. For all these systems to work effortlessly, a wireless communication network that is ultra-fast is a minimal requirement. IoT devices are unlike the usual sets of computers and smartphones. They have been game-changers in the digital world because of the way they can streamline operations across industry verticals.

TEI 314: How to make your ideas thrive instead of die – with Shankar Achanta

Product Innovation Educators

We had a couple of challenges with our sensors for power lines: They communicate wirelessly, so they need to have a line of sight between the transmitter and receiver, and they need to last for 20+ years. Insights for product managers from an R&D Engineering Director.

In-Lab Testing 101: A User Researcher’s Guide

Userzoom

Take this wireless mouse as an example, the Magic Mouse 2. Having a charging cable eliminates the need to replace batteries in a wireless mouse, however, the location of the lightning port renders it useless while charging. So much more than creating Frankenstein’s monster!

IoT failures and trust in technology

CONTACT Software

In addition to the choice of the control electronics or the wireless standard, this also includes questions as to whether an IoT solution should be operated in a cloud. At the beginning of April this year I attended the building IoT in Cologne. At the conference, which was organized by heise developer, iX and d.punkt publishing house, everything revolved around applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 in lectures and an exhibition.

IoT failures and the trust in technology

CONTACT Software

In addition to the choice of the control electronics or the wireless standard, this also includes questions as to whether an IoT solution should be operated in a cloud. At the beginning of April this year I was at the building IoT in Cologne. At the conference, which was organized by heise developer, iX and d.punkt publishing house, everything revolved around applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 in lectures and an exhibition.

Women in Product Management: Marie-Pierre Belanger, VP Digital Solutions Product Management at Pitney Bowes

280 Group

Along the way, I moved from the traditional field of fiber optics and wireless microwave radio networks to software. For our next installment of the Women in Product Management Series I interviewed Marie-Pierre Belanger, VP Digital Solutions Product Management at Pitney Bowes. To read the entire series on Women in Product Management make sure to sign up for our newsletter. Don’t be afraid to take a risk to go in to Product Management.

Sprint Product Managers Try To Take On AT&T And Verizon

The Accidental Product Manager

Being a product manager who works in the highly competitive wireless market has got to be a struggle every day. The battles between the large wireless carriers in the U.S. As each of these companies has come to realize that the future of the company depends on their success in the wireless space, they have intensified their push to get more customers. wireless market, each of the major players has had to change its strategy.

Barry O’Reilly: Learning to Unlearn

Mind the Product

We launched a game called Wireless Pets which went on to be the biggest WAP game in Europe.

Finding Product Culture Fit

Sachin Rekhi

By sweating every detail of the experience, Apple has proven it's ability to enter existing markets, like MP3 players, smart phones, smart watches, and wireless headphones, and blow up the sheer size of that market by bringing a broadly accessible solution to the world.

Technographics: Your Shortcut to Improving Interoperability

Centercode

Say you’re testing out your true wireless earbuds and about half of your customers can’t sync them with their phones. With consumers adopting more and more smart tech, the everyday spaces of your customers has become an interoperability minefield.

3 Vitals for Creating High-Impact Wearables and Health Trackers

Centercode

Consumers rely on wearables like smartwatches, wireless earbuds, and connected fitness products to enhance a wide range of daily activities, from measuring vitals for both proactive and reactive health care to improving their overall quality of life.

Problem Solving: Deconstruction Methodologies

The Product Coalition

The act of exercising for Shireen meant that she had to: - Wake up in the morning early - Decide upon the Gym clothes - Get dressed up - Check if her headphone is charged - Pick up her wireless earphones - Wait for the lift?—?The

Do Product Managers Need To Be Technical?

Under 10 Consulting

Some bright folks—product managers and designers—walked through the various scenarios for wireless car keys—the key fob used to start today’s cars. How technical do product managers need to be? . Technical enough. Many product managers don’t have adequate technical background to understand the questions or to give practical answers. For example, a product manager demanded a specific capability from the team.

It’s Time to Bring Beta into the 21st Century

Centercode

And the idea of a home filled with technology that could wirelessly communicate not only with you but other pieces of technology was, for most, as out of reach as something on the Jetsons. In the early 90s, the technological landscape was a very different place.

When is “Agile Scaling” the Answer?

Johanna Rothman

We implemented wireless, broadcast, the equivalent of webinars, all kinds of stuff. At the Influential Agile Leader workshop earlier this year, I led a session about scaling and how you might think about it. I introduced the topic and explained that “scaling” might not be the answer.

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How wearable design can directly affect our health

Michael J. Fordham

These apps will track who you come into close contact with by exchanging anonymous, unique IDs wirelessly to each other’s devices. Jason hadn’t been feeling right for a few weeks. He hadn’t thought much of it. That was until he put on his Apple Watch. “It It said that I was in aFib”.

Product Life Cycle ? Best Examples

The Basics of Product Management

AirPods – Wireless earphones have been around for a few years. The product life cycle (PLC) is the series of steps through which every product goes. Product life cycle stages- Introduction, Growth, Maturity and Decline.

Product Life Cycle Ultimate Guide

The Basics of Product Management

AirPods – Wireless earphones have been around for a few years. The product life cycle (PLC) is the series of steps through which every product goes. Product life cycle stages- Introduction, Growth, Maturity and Decline.

How an Entrepreneurial Spirit Led Anand Chandrasekaran to CPO

Gainsight

Whether from a career or product perspective or both, he saw that the wireless-mobile industry was the future for him.

3 Practices for Building Strong Presentations

The Product Coalition

My bag of tricks I bring to all my demos (Kensington Wireless Presenter, USB-C to HDMI/USB-A/VGA/Ethernet, Lightning to VGA, Anker Powercore w/ USB-C, Small Power Strip) Play out all the scenarios in your head: What if the WiFi network at a venue gets overloaded? A Product Demo Field Guide There’s a few components to a product demo. The content of the presentation itself. The nuts-and-bolts logistics of how you’ll physically present your content.

Connecting Customers to Office Tech in the WFH Era

Centercode

In step with the rapid, unprecedented shift from the office to the home office, the demand for technology like routers, wireless printers, webcams, headsets, and portable hard drives has hit the makers of these products like a tidal wave.

4 Development Pitfalls to Avoid with an Agile Growth Strategy

Mixpanel on Data

He and his team have worked with brands such as Walmart, HBO, Verizon Wireless, Climate Corp, SoulCycle, Glamsquad, and others who are looking to modernize their approach to building a loyal, profitable, mobile audience. Al Harnisch is the Vice President of Growth at Prolific Interactive. Throughout his career, Al has focused on helping companies develop and execute digital strategies to grow their business and stay ahead of the curve.

Apple’s new AirBag–and other innovation insights for product managers Sep 30, 2016 - The Everyday Innovator – Resources for Product Managers and Innovators

Product Innovation Educators

Apparently comedian Conan found Apple’s patented paper bag a little underwhelming, so he created a spoof – the fully wireless connected AirBag. Each week I scour articles, wading through the dogs, and bringing you the best insights to help product managers and innovators be heroes. Just for fun – Conan, the product manager, introduces the Apple “AirBag” – innovation no one needs.

The Evolution of the Tech Consumer

Centercode

Before smartphones, wireless internet, and connected products became the norm in American households, interest in buying and using these products was a lot more niche. Technology isn’t the only thing that’s rapidly evolved in the past 25 years.

Get your server setup spot-on with star topology

Cacoo

In terms of cables, star topologies are sometimes implemented with Ethernet/cabled structures, wireless routers, and other components. When setting up a network, one of the first decisions made is what kind of ‘topology’ to use. A network topology dictates how different sender and receiver nodes will communicate with each other.