Have you ever thought of a great idea for a mobile app that could take the market by storm? These days, it seems the easiest way to make money through the increasingly popular mobile technology world is by designing and developing an app. Mobile apps for smartphones are big business. They are being integrated into every walk of life even throughout business.
It’s been a big year for mobile phones, with some new entries really shaking things up a bit, while others just sort of flopped (yes Samsung Alpha, we’re looking at you). In part this has been due to the strange intersection of rivalries between Apple, Google, and Samsung, but there is more too, with new contenders, entries, and changes you might not even have realised were out there. Below we’ve looked over 7 of the best phones out there, and given a brief overview of each. Some you’ll love, while some you might love to hate. Let us know in the comments section.
Technology is transforming our working environments, and the home office is no exception. These setups in the midst of houses and flats have altered dramatically over recent years thanks to the emergence of new devices and systems. This brief guide details just some of the ways in which technological developments have changed our domestic workstations.
We are all fairly aware that the digital revolution requires network security. Unfortunately, the average corporate manager who has to make key financial decisions about how much money to allocate toward network security only has a fuzzy idea about it. SMBs—small and medium-sized businesses—usually do not have the same IT resources as a large company. Managers working in these companies often don’t realize that their network security may be completely inadequate when it comes to protecting their business from unpredictable threats coming from the Internet.
Laptops and tablets enable us to keep in touch with work, family and friends wherever we are in the world. There are many benefits to using both but the laptop is far more superior in the features it has over the tablet. In this post, we give you five reasons as to why you should choose the laptop over the tablet.
The early morning commute can bring about a sense of dread in even the most patient of travellers. But while it can seem like a monotonous journey day in day out, it actually has changed significantly over the years, which is largely thanks to advances in technology. Next time you step onto that train, take a look around you to see just how much has changed in recent years.
If you are part of the “developed world” (that somewhat condescending term by the great powers of the 20th century distinguish themselves from everyone else), you and everyone you know likely have access to the internet, or can get it if they try. In fact, this is practically taken for granted in much of North America, Europe, and regions of Asia. We (developees) forget that, in much of the world, internet is this brand new thing. If it exists at all! ISPs have left their mark over virtually every inch of the US and UK, among others, but a brief glance at internet statistics show that ISPs have only begun to bring in customers. The “rest of the world” has yet to be connected.
Interior revolution: how gadgets have changed the way we live
We are all now pretty much up to our waists in the digital revolution. Even though things may not quite have gone down the dystopian road of Blade Runner yet, they have certainly been developing in leaps and bounds, as any former owner of a now redundant collection of video or audio tapes will be happy to tell you.
Allocacoc is a firm started by two graduates of Industrial Design of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. The firm gives a twist to products that remained unchanged for years. One such product is the power strip: the last couple of decades these remained almost unchanged, despite several design flaws. The PowerCube offers a new perspective, adapting to your needs instead of the other way around.