I have been using for almost a month now the DT301T Rugged Tablet by DT Research, and I gotta say I am really impressed by this beast even when it is like their entry level model. I’d like to see […]
It isn’t that long ago that hardly anybody had a mobile phone, never mind anything labelled as ‘smart’, and social media was a term yet to be invented too. Try explaining either of those things to someone born in the
Consider the following stats; 80 percent of internet users own a smartphone. Further, eight of ten email users access their accounts from mobile devices exclusively. What’s more, 70 percent of consumers delete emails when they don’t show well on those
Quick–What is your father’s phone number? Do you have it memorized, or do you rely on the fact that you can just tap the contact on your phone or say, “Hey Siri, call my dad”? One of the benefits of
I’m convinced that when we eventually replace the smartphone it will be with something that is voice-activated and mounts on your head. Kind of like a future version of this RealWear HMT-1 virtual tablet I’m sporting in the above picture.
A handful of vendors really stepped it up at Mobile World Congress in Spain this year. That’s bad news because this means there will be a lot of us buying new smartphones, new smartwatches, and new PCs or even tablets
Have you ever had a computer stolen? Have you ever stepped away from a laptop or tablet while working at a coffee shop and returned to find it missing? If you have, then you know how frustrating—or possibly even devastating
There are three technologies coming to market which could change smartphones forever, and all of them aren’t coming from the major smartphone vendors but some from big and small companies—some of which we don’t often connect with core smartphone technology.
Google Search is the go-to option for people all around the world when they need answers to any type of question. Similarly, Google Maps provides directions to people who have lost their way in an unknown area. If all this