Profile of Boonsri DickinsonAssociate Editor of BYTE
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Boonsri Dickinson is the Associate Editor of BYTE
Articles by Boonsri Dickinson
posted in January 2013
At CES, I visited the Internet of Things Consortium to see what was happening with startups in the Internet of Things, also known as machine-to-machine, or M2M, space were talking about.
At CES, BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson caught up with NQ Mobile CEO Omar Khan to talk about mobile security and the recent popularity of Samsung in the marketplace.
At CES, Robotex showed off its latest robot, made with BYOD in mind. This watered-down consumer robot is significantly cheaper than the line of robots Robotex sells to police departments, the military, and corporations.
Noah Dentzel, designer of ChargeCard sat down with BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson to discuss why he decided to do all manufacturing for his USB charger connection in the US and why Kickstarter was a great way to raise $161,000 to get his startup off the ground.
Fleksy is an app that can predict what you are typing without requiring you to type accurately. It is used by thousands of blind and visually impaired users. At CES, BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson interviewed Justin Thornton about how he uses Flesky.
Smart TV apps publisher Flingo announced its second screen platform Samba at CES. BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson interviewed Flingo's Ashwin Navin about Flingo's new product that recommends content to TV watchers and allows them to share content on social media. Haier is one of the first two companies that will offer Samba on their TV.
BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson spoke to Oliver Bussmann, Global CIO and corporate officer at SAP, about BYOD and consumerization of IT. Bussmann talked about how the tablet environment has changed since he first deployed iPads. He also talked about how important it is to be social to build a community online.
The new Ford Developer Program allows programmers to create apps to interact with the Sync systems in their cars. At CES, BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson went to check out how Ford is going straight to the developers to foster an app ecosystem.
Dan Kaminsky thinks it is important to build as well as to break software, and finds that ability through art. BYTE had a rare look at his crib in the Mission, where he lives with artists and musicians. That night, Kaminsky was focused on using technology, in the form of an unconventional text message auction system, to sell his roommate's art.