Dell recently launched Dell Cast, a device that takes the mobile-to-TV streaming concept of Google’s Chromecast and turns it into more of a productivity tool. Dell Cast is a dongle that plugs into a display’s HDMI port and turns your Android home screen into a traditional desktop experience that can be controlled with a mouse and . . . → Read More: Dell Cast: The Chromecast For Business Users
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
Microsoft may have missed out when the smartphone craze began, but now it appears Windows Phone 8 might have a future after all.
According to Kantar Worldpanel, Windows Phone 8 now has a 5.6 percent market share in the US, gaining 1.9 percent compared to the same period last year. Android remains the top selling platform with . . . → Read More: Windows Phone 8 Growing in Popularity
As my fingers glide along the keyboard of my laptop, I am sitting propped up in a hotel room bed. Yesterday I faced the “oh no, my phone battery is dying and I have no way to charge my phone” dilemma. I had my charger but no place to plug it in.
How convenient would it be . . . → Read More: Vertical Wireless Charging Means Cool New Things for Mobile Technology
Lenovo recently announced that net profit for the first quarter increased by 30% year-over-year, inching the company ever closer to surpassing HP as the top vendor in the market. Lenovo’s net profit reached $141 million in the quarter, an increase from $108 million over the same quarter the previous year. In addition to that, the company’s revenue in . . . → Read More: Lenovo Sees Mobile Business Increase
Mobile payment technology has been slow to catch on in the United States. I’m talking about things like credit card sliders that attach to your iPhone or iPad and other things that allow you to pay for something anywhere, at any time. Even though this technology has yet to hit its stride, the Electronic Transactions Association . . . → Read More: New Committee Formed to Create Mobile Payment Standards
A recent telecom meeting at the United Nations just approved the next generation of mobile technology, technology that experts believe will make our mobile devices 500 times faster than 3G devices. In addition to that, this technology is said to eliminate the wait time between the tap of your finger and the appearance of a web . . . → Read More: United Nations Sets Standards for Next Generation Mobile Technology
According to some fancy new research, travelers from the United States who plan and book trips online are more likely to be early adopters of new technology, more likely to own a smartphone and take about three leisure trips a year. Is this because of new technology making things easier or the younger generation becoming more . . . → Read More: Travelers Today Love Technology