One of the many things holding back mobile technology right now is battery life and the time it takes to charge. This problem could be a thing of the past as a company known only as BlueShift is working on a portable speaker box that is able to charge in just 5 minutes.…Read More »
Tired of losing your glasses? Phone Halo is a new way for you to keep from losing your glasses.
The new tracking device is attached to the ear piece on your spectacles and works by connecting to your smartphone. This creates a proximity based network to let you know when your glasses are too far from your phone.…Read More »
Hey, it’s winter time right now, and Jack Frost is aiming for all the exposed sections of your body. At a time like this, many folks are forced to choose between listening to music or protecting their ears from the cold with an earmuff.…Read More »
As the use of mobile devices continues to grow in the world, with more and more people using devices such as the iPhone — which have the ability not only to make calls with, but to access the internet, listen to music and play video games, as well as a multitude of apps — one of the main deterrents to their use can be the weather.…Read More »
In the years to come, your car will likely be a full-blown computer running on either Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, or a yet-unknown contender. Even today, many cars are heavily computerized. This also means your precious little computer on wheels might have problems with hackers.…Read More »
No surprises here: according to a survey conducted by Forrester, office workers prefer a physical keyboard over a touchscreen. What’s surprising, though, is that only 62 percent prefer a physical keyboard. One would have expected this percentage to be higher. However, with tablets becoming ever so popular among students and in the work place, this 62 percent could fall in the coming years.…Read More »
At Google’s Chrome and Android event, the company announced the latest version of Android: Android 4.3. This is the third incremental upgrade for Jelly Bean and it adds somewhat minor but useful features to the operating system.
First off is restricted profiles.…Read More »
If you’re like me, on-screen keyboards don’t agree with you — even the large ones like the iPad’s. Logitech has offered an iPad specific physical keyboard solution for awhile, but for those of us who don’t like a black keyboard with our white iPad, the choice wasn’t all that visually appealing.…Read More »