Another week, another Tech Tuesday…And this time, we’ve got the scoop on the hottest upcoming product releases! Read on to find out about the next iPhone release, the highest-resolution laptop to hit the market, and which ecommerce giant is turning its hand to home gaming…
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As usual, it’s been a busy week in technology. Read on to find out what’s been happening in the world of smartphones, tablets, apps and more!
It’s that time of the week again! Time to check in with what’s going on in the tech world. This week we bring you exclusively smartphone news, from free App Store giveaways to anti-reflective and anti-microbial touch screen technology! Read on to find out more!
It’s been a big week for us tech nerds: we’ve had to deal with the demise of Google Reader, the postponement of the Nvidia Shield release, and the baffling news of a $39 smartphone running Firefox OS! Read on to get the scoop.
So everyone knows the best and most efficient apps for media, file storage, social networking, etc. But are you itching to discover new apps? Look no further! Here are some Android and Apple apps that have caught my eye:
Several tasks today are shortened by half with the growth of modern technology. Do YOU appreciate the new inventions OR do you miss the old-school every day tasks? SHARE with us your opinions!
Samsung is currently reported to have the world’s best selling smartphone with its Galaxy S3, surpassing Apple’s iPhone 4S sales. Here’s a quick look of the comparisons between Samsung Models and the iPhone 4S!
With all the hype surrounding the Apple products (namely the iPhone5 and Mini iPad,) it is easy to overlook the other tech products that have premiered recently. So here’s a quick overlook on the Kindle Paperwhite, Samsung Galaxy Premiere, and Microsoft Surface RT.
On October 26th, 2012, Windows 8 was released after months of beta testing. This new operating system has improved its interface and user experience in order to match other mobile operating system competitors (EX: Android and iOS,) and has been produced for personal computers and home theatre PCs.