Privacy and security has always been big on computers and laptops but cellphones were usually safe when they first emerged. However, with the advancements in smartphone technology and with people being connected to the internet nearly 24-7, security concerns have increased. Add that the to the fact that hackers and other technology infectors are finding more . . . → Read More: New Blackphone From SGP Technologies Promises Top-Of-The-Line Security And Privacy To Smartphone Users
I’ve noticed that there are certain trends that come about in technology. The biggest trend I’d have to say that I’ve noticed recently is size. The thinner it is, the more wowed your customers will be, or that’s how it seems at least. When Apple first came out with the iPad Mini, I was a bit . . . → Read More: We’ve Seen The Surface Pro 3, Now Get Ready For The Surface Pro Mini!
Microsoft just released the Surface Pro 3, the 2-in-1 device that it claims is a notebook replacement. The tablet/notebook hybrid was unveiled last month and is currently available in two different models, both of which are powered by the dual-core Intel Core i5 processor found in the Surface Pro 2.
The $999 Surface Pro 3 comes with . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Officially For Sale, Cover Keyboard Still Sold Separately
On Wednesday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos officially announced the new Amazon Fire Phone at a private event in Seattle, WA. The phone is a slim, sleek looking black phone. It isn’t flashy, but that is part of what makes it look nice, if that makes sense. The device gives you a lot of power at your . . . → Read More: The Amazon Fire Phone Officially Announced
In a market that is currently flooded with smartphones, it’s very hard for anything “new” to catch your eye. In any case, any other company trying to release their first smartphone right now would have to compete with Samsung, Windows, Google, and of course Apple. All of these companies have already been well established with their . . . → Read More: Amazon’s New Smartphone Suggests That A Smartphone Only As Good As Its Apps
Being able to print something on a piece of paper is one of the most common things that you will ever have to do if you work at a business or if you are a student. It is one of the oldest forms of sharing and receiving information, probably second only to speech, and chances are . . . → Read More: Printing Wirelessly From Your iPhone Or iPad
Since it’s the middle of 2014 already (crazy I know), I feel like it’s safe to say that just about everyone has seen their fair share of wearable technology. Yes, there is the Google Glass, and then the abundance amount of smartwatches and fitness bands coming out. The many different brands, makes, and models pushing wearable . . . → Read More: Who Is Pushing Wearables More– Established Tech Companies or Online Crowdfunding Platforms?
Microsoft recently released a preview version of the Outlook Web App (OWA) on Google’s Android operating system, which fulfills a promise that the company made back in March. Outlook Web App for Android is a native app that brings back the in-browser OWA that corporate workers have been using for years on devices that do not . . . → Read More: Android Receives Native Outlook Web App, Does This Effect You?
Just update your phone to the Apple iPhone 5S? Well unfortunately, Apple is at it again with an even better iPhone release and the rumors are churning. Many people complain that with every Apple iPhone release, they see little differences in their cellular devices that actually benefit them while on the go. How much more complex . . . → Read More: Everything You Should Know About The iPhone 6 Release