Well, for the first time in the history of the company’s mobile efforts, Apple has finally become the number one selling mobile phone vendor in the United States. Apple finally surpassed Samsung by selling nearly one million more units in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to Strategy Analytics.
Apple has witnessed its stock plummet in recent . . . → Read More: Apple Surpasses Samsung in Sales for the First Time Ever
Nokia recently launched the newest version of its Transport application, which changes the way directions are provided to the user and counts down to the user when the bus or train will be leaving.
Navigation is one of the essential tools that the company hopes will help convince smartphone users to pick up the Nokia Lumia 820 . . . → Read More: Nokia Updates Public Transportation App for Windows Phone 8
Big screens on smartphones usually mean a bigger price tag. However, in the case of the new Samsung Galaxy Grand, that doesn’t seem to be true. The newest smartphone from the Korean manufacturer comes with a whopping 5″ screen, though appears to be aimed more towards frugal buyers.
Screen sizes of this magnitude are typically found on . . . → Read More: Samsung Debuts New Budget-Friendly 5″ Galaxy Smartphone
Miami, Florida is a center for finance, commerce, culture, media and entertainment and was also ranked as America’s Cleanest City by Forbes Magazine thanks to its superior air quality, clean drinking water, clean streets and wonderful recycling programs. In addition to that, Miami was also ranked as the richest city in the united states and the . . . → Read More: Miami is a Top Spot for Tech Travel Agents
While there are many different technology solutions available to someone that works on the go, there are some products that stand out above the rest. Someone that is a “mobile warrior” will want products that not only get the job done, but that also are easy to transport. The following is a list of some key . . . → Read More: Top Hardware for a Mobile Warrior
The Georgia World Conference Center in Atlanta is the host site for a wide array of conventions, trade shows, sports and entertainment every year. The unique 200-acre campus was developed to meet the needs of groups of all sizes. Right in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center is complimented by the Georgia Dome . . . → Read More: Atlanta Provides Versatile Convention Space at the Georgia World Conference Center
Intel has partnered with integrated communications provider Safaricom to provide a new, entry-level smartphone that has been designed for developing markets. The only unfortunate thing about this is the nickname that the phone is being called, “Yolo”. I cannot make this up.
Stupid naming aside, this phone is powered by an Atom Z2420 SoC, a 1.2GHz chip . . . → Read More: Intel Prepping “Yolo” Smartphone for International Customers
The Venetian of Las Vegas will be the host to the EMC World Conference 2013. Beginning on Monday, May 6 and concluding on Thursday, May 9, attendees can expect to be immersed in exciting lights, sounds, hands-on demonstrations and the latest information in catching and riding the data wave. From Backup to Virtualization exhibitors will be . . . → Read More: EMC World Conference Promises to Rock Out
Nokia has just announced that it is readying a new flagship smartphone for Verizon Wireless. Verizon is expected to carry the Lumia handset later this year, which is codenamed Laser and is said to be a variant of Nokia’s Lumia 920, though it is still unclear what kind of features the handset will offer.
According to The . . . → Read More: Nokia Launching New Flagship Lumia Smartphone on Verizon
More and more weddings are going high-tech. Brides and Grooms are choosing either the wedding or the reception as a time to show a video of their story from childhood to that special day. Software, like Animoto, is making it easier for couples to make their own videos. A great example of the quality that can . . . → Read More: Wedding Videos Create That Special “Story of Us”