We all love to either capture and/or share pictures and video. As the one who is frequently behind the lens, it’s rare that I am ever in any shots. Sure, the memories are there, but those who look sometimes think I just wasn’t involved.
I’ll be the first to admit that while I’m a tech-savvy geek, I’m terrible when it comes to cable management. I can hook up systems and wire everything so it’s all invisible from the front, yet behind the scenes it looks like a half-witted octopus trying to knit. Powerstrips for my gadgets are only a little better.
If Nikkei runs it, the story is most likely to be true. Sony is said to be discussing with Apple to supply the camera for a new iPhone. Looks like it won’t be an iPhone 6 because the phone is said to be unveiled in 2015, not this year.
Do you have Flappy Bird downloaded onto your iPhone? In the biggest plot twist since Flappy Bird becoming popular to begin with, you can apparently make an easy $100k on eBay for a phone with an updated version of the game downloaded onto it.
With the way that Qi wireless charging is gaining popularity and widespread use for smartphones, I’m starting to look at standard USB cables in a different way. Like how they.. kind of suck. They’re typically too long, gangly, and tangly. There’s no real convenient way to store them either.
If you’re an Android or iOS users, you must have heard about a game that goes by the name of Flappy Bird. Well, the game has seen its fair share of success, and is downloaded by millions of iOS and Android users.
If you’re very active on your smartphone throughout the day, additional charging periods are likely a habit by now. I, personally, use my smartphone for work, music, shopping, social, and everything in between. Using up energy anywhere between 6200mAh to 14000mAh is a norm for me, be it from a wall outlet or external batteries.
No amount of words could perfectly describe this video. Well, for Apple fans like me, it’s so easy to say it’s amazing. I’ve gone Mac seven years ago and I have never looked back.
Apple may not be working on a plastic iPhone but two iPhone 6 models could be launched.
Among the mobile carriers in the US, I know Verizon is the most aggressive in advancing its LTE network. It has already expanded to more markets in the country and seems like Sprint wants to follow suit. The 4G LTE coverage of Sprint is now available in 40 new areas.
It’s no secret anymore the mobile market’s “bigger is better” trend is to materialize in one or several phablet-sized Apple iPhones by the end of 2014, but the crucial questions remain “when” and “how big”. As in when is Cupertino to bring said iPhone(s) to light, and exactly how big will they (it) be?
The watch was made obsolete by the cell phone, the cell phone was made obsolete by the smartphone, and now the smartphone is doing the watch a solid by making it relevant again. Everyone’s all a-buzz over the smartwatch: the newest toy every tech-lover must have.