It seems almost necessary now for a new phone or mobile device to drop just about every week from a company now. There just appears to be a need to have new devices every few days maybe. That being said, all of the devices in the world can’t help a company compete with popularity. Apple remains . . . → Read More: Samsung Look To Copy Apple Yet Again With Another New Device, But Does It Really Matter?
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
Apple. The king of the technology world. Or so it was…. Since the inception of the iPad, Apple has had a clear cut stranglehold on the tablet market. While many very worthy contenders have stepped up to dethrone the king, including Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Microsoft’s Surface, none have been able to overtake Apple and the . . . → Read More: Tablet King Apple Slowly Losing Throne
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
The next smartphone you have could actually be more like a genius phone. Can you imagine having a phone that could tell when you were sick and even analyze your DNA? Researchers from Corning, the company who manufactures Gorilla Glass, are working on developing a display that has sensors to read your spit. I can’t imagine . . . → Read More: New Smartphone Displays That Can Tell When You Are Sick
Lenovo has recently announced that they are going to stop selling the ThinkPad 8 in the United States. This is bad news for Microsoft because they don’t have much else going for them in the small tablet department. Microsoft has already been struggling a little bit, which makes the news just that much more bitter.
Lenovo, the . . . → Read More: Lenovo Takes Small Tablets From U.S. And Leaves Microsoft With Nothing
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?
Do you ever feel like some of the technology that you love so much is slowly dying out? Mind you, I loved the Tamagotchi key chains just as much as the next kid did back in the day, but I’m not talking about that. I’m talking about one of Barnes & Noble’s only attempts to get . . . → Read More: What Ever Happened To The Nook? Samsung Knows
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?
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?