A recent study published in The Journal of Product Innovation Management suggests that using the latest high-tech devices can actually improve your image in the work place.
This is good to know if you are looking to be perceived as a leader and climb the ranks, or if you are just looking to gain some respect from . . . → Read More: Simply Holding High-Tech Devices Can Further Your Career
If you have been thinking about buying a fitness tracker lately, then you are probably one of the only people thinking that at the moment. Since all the hype in 2013, it seems like a lot of these fitness band companies aren’t doing so hot anymore. Nike, more specifically, is putting an end to their FuelBand. . . . → Read More: The Death Of Fitness Bands And The Future Of Wearables
It’s finally here. Spring time. That usually means that it’s time for some Spring cleaning as well. The whole “Spring cleaning” thing doesn’t just have to apply to just your house or car. You should also be trying to “Spring cleaning” your computer as well. Think about it. Much like everything else, your computer can get . . . → Read More: Help Make Your Computer’s Performance Better For Traveling!
4K is the latest in computer and television screen technology, though it isn’t for the feint of……pocketbook? As with any new technology, prices are going to be high during the initial launch. The same can be said for the first ultra HD laptop from Toshiba. The Tokyo-based technology giant recently announced that it plans on shipping . . . → Read More: Toshiba Debuts World’s First 4K Laptop
Google has set out to expand Chrome into more of an entire platform rather than just an internet browser. They took big steps in doing so on Wednesday with the release of the Chrome Remote Desktop support for the Android OS.
There is a special extension for your desktop PC that can be installed on Windows, Mac, . . . → Read More: Android Lets You Access Your Deskop From Anywhere
We have all probably heard about the Heartbleed bug by now. If you haven’t, then you should know there is a big chance that your person and business account logins have been compromised by the bug. It is the biggest, most widespread security virus that has surfaced in recent history, and it affects websites, servers, cell . . . → Read More: What You Should Know About The Heartbleed Bug And Why
Nokia recently put out their new Microsoft smartphones geared toward the mid-range market, the Lumia 630 and 635. Both of these new handsets feature a 4.5-inch screen with a 854 x 480 resolution, and a 1.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The only real difference between the two new devices is that the Lumia 360 comes . . . → Read More: Nokia’s Newst Additions To The Lumia Family
There are way too many devices out there today that are offering features that are either not that useful, too confusing for most to use, or that just don’t make sense. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still waiting for the game system that helps me teleport to the nearest Chipotle to grab a burrito. Sadly, until . . . → Read More: Basis Offers A Wearable That You Will Actually Want To Wear
While the Apple iPhone may still dominate the market it still has some stiff competition from other very good smartphones, namely Samsung’s Galaxy S series. I’ve never been a real fan of the iPhone but I absolutely love Samsung’s Galaxy S phones, having used the Galaxy S3 and, currently, the Galaxy S4. However, the time of . . . → Read More: Samsung Putting Brand On Stores In The UK For Galaxy S5 Launch
Have you ever notices how many gadgets out there try to do something really cool, but end up falling flat? Too many times have there been gadgets or devices that try to enhance on something that could be something neat. Most of the time, it’s a gadget that tries to fuse itself together with another device. . . . → Read More: A Smartphone And Pico Projector… All In One!