A lot of people didn’t know what to think of Chromebooks when they first came out. Chrome wasn’t a proven operating system and many people thought that the Chromebook would die out just as quickly as it came in. But they have done well from the looks of things because HP just updated both of their . . . → Read More: HP Remodels Its Chromebook Line
Reports say that Apple’s latest batch of iPads are currently in production. They also say that these new iPads could have a new anti-glare display that makes them the ideal choice for reading outside. It looks like these might be dark days for the Kindle.
The report comes from Bloomberg. They say that the new 9.7 inch . . . → Read More: Could The New iPad Line Kill Off The Kindle?
It looks like more companies are starting to catch on to the fact that smartwatches are the most hideous thing ever. HP has decided to do their part to change that and put out something that anyone would be proud to wear on their wrist.
Gilt is a designer retail site, and HP has teamed up with . . . → Read More: HP Is Breaking Into The Luxury Smartwatch Market
We’ve all known Microsoft to be a relatively huge powerhouse in terms of technology. They’ve always had a big stand on top. After all, Bill Gates was the richest man in the world for quite some time. That says something. Recently, we’ve seen the tides somewhat change however. People don’t really use PC’s anymore. They’ve traded . . . → Read More: Think You Were Getting Microsoft’s Surface Mini? Think Again
Tablets, tablets, tablets. It seems to me like no business or tech savvy person can live without them now. This trend is not dying out anytime soon, I can say that much with confidence. The only problem with the current tablet market is that it can still be extremely hard for new products to break through. . . . → Read More: Do Current Tablet Trends Suggest That Microsoft Tablets Could Be In Trouble?
Last week, Apple hired Patrick Pruniaux, TAG Heuer’s old vice president of sales and retail. With the Apple iWatch in progress, the reasons he was hired are pretty obvious. This could be the one thing that puts Apple ahead of Google and Samsung.
Over the past year, Apple has hired on a ton of new people to . . . → Read More: Apple Just Hired A Luxury Watch Executive, Why?
Voice recognition technology is really nifty thing. You might not think it, but it has become a much more common of a feature as of late. Everything from the Xbox One to the speech-to-text technology is becoming more prevalent in today’s technology. I feel like the technology itself is something crazy to see, and possibly even . . . → Read More: Siri Might Be Looking Towards A Knowledge Upgrade Soon!
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
One thing that everyone can agree on is that when it comes to technology these days, it’s all about being the most mobile. There is always a need to make something more mobile, more productive, and faster. As fast paced as the world is today, technology can’t stand to slow down. Tablets and laptops are how . . . → Read More: The Surface Pro 3 From Microsoft May Be Exactly What You Need For Your Next Business Trip
It has been confirmed that HP will be dropping Beats Audio from their line of PCs by the end of 2015.
HP currently uses technology from Beats Electronics in up to 20% of their current line of consumer PCs, and even a lot of their high end tablets. Now, one of HP’s biggest rivals, Apple, owns the . . . → Read More: HP Loses Beats Audio. What Now?