It seems like it was just yesterday that the Game Boy came out, and everyone and their mothers were going crazy for the new device. Nowadays, it isn’t strange to see a child of age 9 or 10 walking around with an iPhone or a tablet. It’s no secret that both of these devices are fairly . . . → Read More: Should Mobile Tech For Kids Become More Of A Reality?
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?
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
Ah nostalgia. Remember Super Nintendos? Remember all of the things you used to do as a kid? The fact is, is that times change, people change. No one and nothing can stay the same forever. It is a sad fact of life, but it is the truth. And much like people, technology changes too. We see . . . → Read More: Is The iPod Dead?
There have been tons of rumors about Apple‘s iPhone 6 floating around the internet for months now. Now, there are new claims from a Chinese analyst named Sun Changxu. He has said that the new iPhone will for sure come out in two different large sizes, and we could catch a glimpse of it as early . . . → Read More: Apple iPhone 6 Announcement In June
iPhones and iPads can do just about anything. You can surf the web, keep up on your social networks, take pictures, edit videos, the list goes on forever. One thing that doesn’t go on forever though is your battery. The number one problem that mobile users have with their device is the battery life. There are . . . → Read More: The Best Portable Chargers For Your iPhone and iPad
Success. That is always the key for any business, no matter what the product may be. A key factor to this success lies in how we convey our information and ideas. Meetings, conventions, and other events help us create a better segway for us to relay information to others. Whether it be a benefactor, potential investor, . . . → Read More: The Top 3 Megatrends For Meetings And Events!
Vivo, a Chinese manufacturer, just released the first smartphone to sport a resolution higher than 1080p. The Vivo XPlay 3S was the biggest deal of the night at an event in Beijing. The whole show was even way more impressive than when Samsung released the Galaxy S4. It even had a huge on stage fight scene . . . → Read More: The Vivo Xplay 3S: The World’s First Smartphone With a 2560 x 1440 Display
Smartwatches are becoming a big trend right now, or at least they are trying to become a big trend. The idea is great, but the first round of smartwatches to hit the scene we’re almost more trouble than they were worth. It is more of an expensive inconvenience more than anything when your smartwatch randomly un-tethers . . . → Read More: A Full Blown Smartphone For Your Wrist
We all know that wonderful time of year where the cold becomes so unbearable that it is next to impossible to properly use, let alone, enjoy your smartphone or mobile device. Your fingertips go numb or start to get that awful burning sensation from the incredible cold weather, you go to put on gloves to deal . . . → Read More: Leather Smart Gloves Copy Human Touch Properties