If recent patent filings are correct, then it seems as if Apple is trying to make controlling multiple devices through a single control, like the iPhone, possible. According to the patent, “The control information may be received from a near field communication interface of the controllable electronic device or from a radio frequency tag associated with . . . → Read More: Could the iPhone 5 Come with NFC Chip?
If you are an HTC One XL or One S user then you may be excited about what I am about to tell you (if you live in the land down under that is). According to the company, the HTC One XL and One S smartphones will be receiving an upgrade to Android 4.1 for all . . . → Read More: HTC One XL and One S Getting Android 4.1 Treatment
Tablets are becoming the fastest growing pieces of technology since the introduction of the smartphone. With Apple spearheading the growth with the iPad, other companies have also launched their own tablets, including Samsung, Acer, Asus and more. Tablets can now be found in bookstores, schools, public libraries and other places. I mean, you can even rent . . . → Read More: Tablets to Dominate the Market in 2016
Up until recently, it seemed that Apple took its EPEAT certification pretty seriously; however, it has been revealed that last month Apple requested to officially withdraw all thirty-nine of their products that had been EPEAT certified by the classification program.
EPEAT stands for Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool, and it is a program that would assess all . . . → Read More: Apple Withdraws Products from Environmental Certification Program
According to a Bloomberg report released on Tuesday, July 3, Apple is in the middle of creating a smaller, less expensive version of the iPad. They hope to produce a tablet that will go up against competitors with smaller tablets like Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
According to the report, the new, smaller iPad will feature “a screen . . . → Read More: A Smaller Version of the iPad in the Future?
Don’t you love it when someone at a major company accidentally reveals some major product that they shouldn’t have? Well, I do and the most recent example of this comes from Motorola where someone at the company has apparently jumped the gun on the company’s brand new Atrix HD smartphone.
A splash page that dropped recently included . . . → Read More: Motorola Jumps the Gun, Accidentally Releases Information on Atrix HD