GameStop, a family of specialty technology retail brands, today announced that its GameStop Technology Institute (GTI) business unit is collaborating with AT&T to further its focus on delivering to its brick-n-mortar retail stores technology advancements that drive customer experiences. As part of the relationship, GTI is working closely with AT&T to define the technical capabilities required to enable customers to interact through their electronic devices with digital product promotional materials (e.g., video game trailers, special discounts, etc.) located on store shelves and within identified product communication zones.
The NVIDIA SHIELD tablet, an LTE Android device, certified for AT&T’s network, is on sale now. This new version retails for $399, or on contract for $299. The SHIELD tablet is available at shield.nvidia.com, Amazon, Best Buy, Fry’s Electronics, GameStop, Micro Center, Newegg and Tiger Direct in the U.S.
Salutron, Inc., a provider of heart-rate monitoring and biosensing wearables, today introduced a new line of “life trackers” to its portfolio, beginning with the launch of the new BRITE R450. The BRITE R450 provides 24/7 fitness tracking including heart rate, sleep, calories burned, steps taken and distance traveled. it also comes with a customizable smart notification feature to help you reach your daily goals for activity and light exposure.
Interop Technologies, a provider of core wireless solutions for advanced messaging, over-the-air handset management, and data monetization management, today announced that Thumb Cellular has launched a trial of the Interop Data Monetization Management solution. Thumb Cellular provides national wireless service to subscribers in the Eastern region of Michigan.