Tech fanatics and app developers rejoice: Apple has finally unveiled iOS 8. At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, the company touted a plethora of new features for both consumers and developers — most notably, the ability to add widgets to the iOS notification center, customize the system keyboard, and leverage the touch sensor for fingerprint… Continue reading 4 iOS 8 disruptions that will make or break retailers
It’s hard to believe that it’s been over 6 years since the launch of the iPhone. This groundbreaking phone has changed life as we know it. If you think that this is an overstatement, take a look at what people are doing on subways, in line at the grocery store, at the office, in the… Continue reading #Infographic: The evolution of the iPhone
It’s often easy to lump in Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon into the same pot. After all, they’re all big tech companies that focus on innovation, bring addictive gadgets, services, or both to consumers, and make tons of money off of our desires for the latest and greatest. They’re all evil to some extent,… Continue reading Apple attacks Google and Facebook. They have a point.
It might not tell you a lot about the device, but do you really need to know anything else? It has received rave reviews. It’s Apple. ‘Nuf said. Still, if you want to get a taste test of what you’re going to experience tomorrow, here it is. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovfJauZiqBk[/youtube]
Okay, so “ALL” is a bold statement. Perhaps it’s better to say that these are the 17 you really need to read if you’re considering one. If you’re not going to go through 17 reviews and watch 2 videos before making a decision, here’s a hint from someone who did read them all – get… Continue reading All the iPad Air reviews, compiled
Who knew that a pencil could be so powerful? Of course, with Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad fame narrating, we wouldn’t expect anything less. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9gLqh8tmPA[/youtube]
It isn’t right to call Bond a watch. It’s really just a bracelet… or a pendant… or a necklace… or something you carry in your pocket. It doesn’t have a touchscreen and it doesn’t even tell the time. Still, it has a different type of functionality now than any other wearable tech. More importantly, it… Continue reading The best smartwatch we’ve seen yet isn’t even a watch at all
Surely they didn’t mean for it to come across the way it did. In essence, a rich man with tech gadgets stirs up a financially challenged neighborhood, forcing children to run from the carnage of a construction job that nobody seems to be aware is about to happen. They wanted to highlight the features of… Continue reading #Video: Samsung’s inadvertent metaphor about class differences
It isn’t often that an advertisement is the top story on the tech news aggregators. Usually when it is, there’s an Apple product being advertised. Samsung scored a big win with a pair of ads they released that take the childhood dreams of millions in the past and associates them with the new Samsung Galaxy… Continue reading Samsung’s ballyhooed ads: are they worth the hype?
The lines were long at the Apple Stores. The servers were taxed as people updated their iOS. This seemed to be another successful launch for Apple, but it still wasn’t the same. Tim Cook is fine, but he’s no Steve Jobs. That was the intent. Apple didn’t want him to be another Steve Jobs. Tim… Continue reading iPhone, iOS launches are a reminder of the Steve Jobs void