The open-source development team for Linux on ARM architecture, Linaro, is working on some software and tools that will speed up the release of a 64-bit Android OS. There is a huge need to do so, as ever since the release of Apple’s iPhone 5S, there haven’t even been any announcements of any other 64-bit smartphone.
Google’s . . . → Read More: 64-bit Android Could Come Faster Than We Think
These days, many of us feel lost without technology. Our electronic devices help us connect with others, and they allow us to relax. When traveling, however, some people are tempted to leave technology behind. Here are a few pieces of technology to bring while traveling to enhance your journey:
Whether you’re going on all inclusive vacations . . . → Read More: What Technology To Bring While Travelling
You can find popularity contests just about anywhere these days. It’s no longer secluded to just high school class rooms and reality TV shows. There are many more competitions going on than we tend to acknowledge. The sad thing is though, is that sometimes people, or in this case manufacturers, don’t always play fair when it . . . → Read More: Want The New Galaxy S5 But Don’t Want To Wait? There May Be A New Alternative Already
VMware recently announced that it will offer virtual desktop services for Google’s Chromebooks, which will allow users to run Windows applications on the Chrome-based devices. Chromebooks are heavily pared-down laptops that aren’t designed to handle heavy computing, but they get the job done for casual users.
This news is actually very good for organizations that utilize a . . . → Read More: VMware Service Allows Users To Run Windows Desktops On Chromebooks
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, dropped a pretty crazy and neat idea while speaking at the Apps World Conference in San Francisco. He said that Apple may want to consider getting into the Android market, and offering a completely Android based Apple phone. The idea apparently comes from a fear of becoming the next BlackBerry and . . . → Read More: Is Apple Thinking About Making An Android Phone?
Sometimes, it can be the little things that get us through the day. It can be as simple as a smile, a friendly nod, or the latest news at the water cooler. Gossip and rumors, much like money, help make the world go round. When a product, especially one from Apple, is announced, we can expect . . . → Read More: Will The New iPhone 6 Be Bezel-Free?
Tablets have become a very popular product for travelers. Businessmen and tech travelers alike have been attracted to tablets as a way of keeping all their necessary computing needs with them on the go while maintaining a very portable device.
When tablets first hit the market, they were a niche for most people. The first wave of . . . → Read More: Asus Offering the New VivoTab Note 8 on Microsoft’s Online Store for $329
Change is scary. That goes without saying. Even so, it is inevitable. The way things are changed is a different story. Slowly integrating changes is the best way to go about things, especially when they involve money and information. Many of us aren’t exactly keen on sharing personal banking information online, let alone in . . . → Read More: Apple’s New iBeacons May Become The New Way To Gather Information
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Note 3 New Phablet. One thing they did not share with us though, is the price. Samsung Poland made the official announcement that the Galaxy Note 3 Neo will have two different versions available, a 3G model and a separate LTE model named the Galaxy Note 4 Neo LTE+. With . . . → Read More: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 Neo Phablets Unveiled
Apple has been trying to find more natural energy sources for their MacBooks for a while. In 2010, the company filed for a patent for a laptop with a lid that has touch sensors, a second display, and solar cells. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted the patent this week, and that means that the . . . → Read More: Is There A Solar Powered MacBook In Our Near Future?