Every year, manufacturers and industry insiders gather at the Mobile World Congress to celebrate the latest in mobile and digital technology. From smartphones and smartwatches to virtual reality headsets and internet ready bicycles the MWC is a veritable smorgasbord of gear and gadgetry. Industry leaders, like Samsung, Microsoft, and HTC, come to the MWC to unveil their latest products and to hint at what’s in store for the future. Some of those products will take the world by storm, while others will become minor footnotes in the history of mobile communications. This year saw an impressive array of new gadgets poised to storm the international market, and as always the latest smartphone models garnered much of the attention.
Originally posted 2015-04-29 07:43:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Computers and the internet have completely revolutionised the business world. A company not using these key assets is almost unheard of in the modern era and almost every organisation implements the basic. Continue reading
Originally posted 2015-06-01 01:50:26. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Most people don’t give a second thought to the keyboards they use with their computer systems. Some of them feel “cheap” and “plasticky.” While others have a soft, satisfying touch. Continue reading
Originally posted 2015-01-21 10:24:35. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
“The price that most developers will pick is free,” said Steve Jobs, late co-founder of Apple, when he launched a store for iPhone applications in 2008. Apple and software developers had “exactly the same interest, which is to get as many apps out in front of as many iPhone users as possible,” he said.
Five years later, the gadget goliath has proved there is money to be made in shunting out goods for nothing. Since its inception, more than 50bn apps have been downloaded by iPhone and iPad owners, generating $9bn (£5.8bn) for software engineers. Apple, which takes a 30% cut of all paid-for applications, has pocketed $3.9bn.
Originally posted 2012-10-14 01:30:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Nоt mаnу реорlе аrе aware thеу саn рrоtесt thеіr mobile рhоnе wіth аntіvіruѕ ѕоftwаrе. And thаt’ѕ partly because antivirus ѕоftwаrе іѕ associated wіth computers аnd рrоtесtіng them from оnlіnе threats. But thіngѕ hаvе сhаngеd thеѕе lаѕt fеw уеаrѕ, аnd mobile phone ѕесurіtу is nоw a hot tоріс in thе ѕесurіtу іnduѕtrу аnd рrеѕѕ. Continue reading
Originally posted 2017-04-29 13:38:46. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Reports in the United States suggest that the ultimate goal of the self-driving car project is to create a “robo-taxi” that picks up commuters on demand. Company executives believe that such a system could transform transport systems around the world, doing away with the need for most people to buy cars. They also believe that it would reduce the number of road accidents as well as having environmental benefits.
Automated taxis have long been the stuff of science fiction, such as the robot-operated “Johnny Cab” that featured in the 1990 blockbuster Total Recall.
Originally posted 2013-01-02 03:31:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter