The Future Of Tech Is Here! In These 6 Devices Launching In 2015

It’s early in the year, but there is already a ton of cool things to look forward to in the tech world! Here is a look at some of the cooler things that you can expect to see this year.

1. Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung is already working on their new flagship phone and it is . . . → Read More: The Future Of Tech Is Here! In These 6 Devices Launching In 2015

Gorilla Glass Knows That You’re Tired Of The Dreaded Cracked Screen

For anyone who owns a smartphone these days, which includes just about everyone, you’re well aware of the horrors of a cracked screen. That terrifying moment when your phone somehow slips from your grasp and you watch in seemingly slow motion as it hits the concrete. As you go to pick your phone up, you see . . . → Read More: Gorilla Glass Knows That You’re Tired Of The Dreaded Cracked Screen

HTC Is Bringing 64-Bit Computing To Android

Apple was the first company to ever have a smartphone with 64-bit computing. After that, they pretty much left every other smartphone company way behind. HTC has always been a company that is known for introducing new technology into their smartphones and finding ways to stay ahead. They put out the first commercial smartphone with a . . . → Read More: HTC Is Bringing 64-Bit Computing To Android

HP Is Breaking Into The Luxury Smartwatch Market

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

Android On A Windows Phone?

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?

The Amazon Fire Phone Officially Announced

On Wednesday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos officially announced the new Amazon Fire Phone at a private event in Seattle, WA. The phone is a slim, sleek looking black phone. It isn’t flashy, but that is part of what makes it look nice, if that makes sense. The device gives you a lot of power at your . . . → Read More: The Amazon Fire Phone Officially Announced

Amazon’s New Smartphone Suggests That A Smartphone Only As Good As Its Apps

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

You Will Be Able To Text 911 This Week

Thursday is going to be a pretty crazy day that shows just how far texting has come. In select locations, you’ll actually be able to text 911 instead of calling in.

It sounds ridiculous when you first think about it, but it is actually a really good idea. For people who are deaf, have a speech disability, . . . → Read More: You Will Be Able To Text 911 This Week

Simply Holding High-Tech Devices Can Further Your Career

A recent study published in The Journal of Product Innovation Management suggests that using the latest high-tech devices can actually improve your image in the work place.

This is good to know if you are looking to be perceived as a leader and climb the ranks, or if you are just looking to gain some respect from . . . → Read More: Simply Holding High-Tech Devices Can Further Your Career

Nokia’s Newst Additions To The Lumia Family

Nokia recently put out their new Microsoft smartphones geared toward the mid-range market, the Lumia 630 and 635. Both of these new handsets feature a 4.5-inch screen with a 854 x 480 resolution, and a 1.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The only real difference between the two new devices is that the Lumia 360 comes . . . → Read More: Nokia’s Newst Additions To The Lumia Family