The Perfect iPhone?
There has been a demand for a bigger iPhone ever since there were bigger smartphones. Apple stuck with their 3.5-inch screens from the very first iPhone in 2007 all the way to the iPhone 4S in 2011. Continue reading
iPhone 6? iWatch? iOS 8? Apple’s highly anticipated event happening today!
Rumors of the iPhone 6 have started on the day that the iPhone 5S was released, perhaps even longer than that. Talks of a long awaited 4.7-inch screen have circulated the tech world with conceptual designs made by fans along with leaks from China all over the internet weeks before today’s event. Continue reading
Let’s see what you got! Send us your favorite on the go tech!
Working in running a region of six sales teams in the telecommunications industry involves lots of travel but at the same time it gives me the opportunity to utilize a lot of mobile tech which is what I love to play with anyway. Continue reading
More individuals need to keep an open mind.
As I browse the web, I can’t help but notice reputable sites like IGN, Forbes, and Gamespot, I can’t help but notice “reputable” and other sites out there speak on how the PS4 has sold 5.4 million units, how the Xbox One can’t output 1080p and 60fps. While, I think its clear that I am more on the side of Microsoft; mainly because its an American product which I think most people [in my circle] forget, I am NOT oblivious to the amazing product that Sony has.
But, It amazes me how desperate people (blogs, websites, etc etc) are quick to point out sales numbers and other info on a console (XB1) that is only in 13 territories for now!
PC by any other name, in six months, will still be obsolete.
It’s been a few months now of hype now surrounding the new “Steambox” concept and I have to ask: what’s the point? How can we honestly get super excited about a blatant repackaging of a preexisting service?
I don’t understand it.
Say goodbye to clamshell!