When it comes to this year’s most hotly anticipated smartphones, two of the most buzzworthy are the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the latest edition of Apple’s iPhone. Each of these premium smartphone represents the top of the line device for their respective operating system, and proprietary exclusions aside, there can be only one best phone on the market.
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Britain’s aerospace industry is the second largest in the world. Whilst it does not produce a complete passenger airliner domestically, it nevertheless has the skills and requisite capabilities for designing as well as manufacturing the majority of key components required for building an aircraft. This includes fuel systems, fuselages, wings, flight control surfaces, jet engines, nacelles and landing gear.
When considering software for your business, there are a number of factors you’ll want to take into consideration before you make a buying decision. Taking your time will end up not only saving you money, but will help to ensure that you end up with the right options for your company.
In 2014, the term “selfie” was officially accepted into the game of Scrabble. It seems like you can’t turn on the news or flip through a magazine, without seeing photos of celebrities, politicians and other cultural figures showing you their self-portrait shot digitally on their iPhones of course. Log onto Facebook or Instagram and you’ll see the same thing – except with people you know. Meanwhile, you may have noticed out there in the real world, photos of tourists posing around something called a “selfie stick” which helps you get the perfect photograph without holding out your arm. Whether you caught onto the selfie through Kim Kardashian’s book of photographs, or that famous “Oscar selfie” (which quickly became the most tweeted photograph of all time), it’s a cultural phenomenon that’s here to stay.
Yes, we know that the iPhone 6 is already out there and being pushed hard by Apple’s advertising team. But for those of us who are still in love with the 5s and are determined to hang on to it just that little bit longer, Christmas is fast approaching and that means – gizmos! So here are five super-cool accessories you can buy someone with an iPhone 5s this Christmas, or why not treat yourself?
There is so much technology available in today’s day and age that many people may wonder why the fax machine is still relevant. There have been several technological advances over the last 50 years in the way we send and receive information.
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.
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.
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.