Microsoft may have missed out when the smartphone craze began, but now it appears Windows Phone 8 might have a future after all.
According to Kantar Worldpanel, Windows Phone 8 now has a 5.6 percent market share in the US, gaining 1.9 percent compared to the same period last year. Android remains the top selling platform with . . . → Read More: Windows Phone 8 Growing in Popularity
As my fingers glide along the keyboard of my laptop, I am sitting propped up in a hotel room bed. Yesterday I faced the “oh no, my phone battery is dying and I have no way to charge my phone” dilemma. I had my charger but no place to plug it in.
How convenient would it be . . . → Read More: Vertical Wireless Charging Means Cool New Things for Mobile Technology
It seems like only yesterday that I was writing about Samsung’s Galaxy S3 smartphone (mainly because I was but that’s beside the point). Well, now it’s time for me to switch gears and talk about the latest flagship smartphone to drop from Samsung, the Galaxy S4. This one seems to be even more talked about than . . . → Read More: Galaxy S4 Reveals Release Dates and Prices for U.S. Carriers
While it is not optimum to have to make last minute decisions, it happens to the best of us. Technology is a very important key component to successful displays at events, trade shows and conventions. Your customers look for technology and expect to interact through technology.
But your budget is holding up the white surrender flag and . . . → Read More: Last Minute Event Technology Decisions Don’t Have to Be Scary!
I don’t know about you, but Apple is really starting to annoy me with all this patent infringement nonsense. Just when you thought it was over and the patent war between Apple and Samsung had ended, Apple decides to start it up again. I wonder how long this one is going to take in court?
According to a . . . → Read More: Yet Another Patent Infringement Case Between Samsung and Apple