The next smartphone you have could actually be more on the side of 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. . . . → 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
There is a video that turned up this week showing off the new display of the iPhone 6. In the video, the screen is taking a beating from a hunting knife and is left without any marks on it. It was scratched and even stabbed, and was still looking fresh as ever.
There have also been lots . . . → Read More: The iPhone 6 Will Have A Screen That Can’t Be Scratched
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!
Just because Windows has its own operating system for its own phone doesn’t mean that they wont use the Android operating system to their advantage as well. Windows just announced their first official Android smartphone, the Nokia X2. It will soon be available in different parts of the world for around $99 and runs on a . . . → Read More: Android On A Windows Phone?
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!
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