Posts Tagged ‘Smartphone’
With the at-the-ready convenience of smartphone cameras, most iPhone owners now use the device as their primary method for taking pictures. But the ease and simplicity of snapping memorable moments on your phone can quickly lead to a library of hundreds or even thousands of photos. Going back to find that perfect shot to post ...Read more.
Just in time for finale season and the beginning of summertime shows, Belkin released its Dyle Mobile TV receiver for Apple devices. The mobile TV receiver is designed to enable live broadcast television content to be watched on your iPhone or iPad using the Dyle TV App. What makes this device stand out from other ...Read more.
Google Glass was released to the public recently when 8,000 beta testers were selected by the company to purchase and try the new device. Already several security risks are coming to light. Besides the fear that wearable technology equipped with cameras can put any bystanders at risk of being recorded without their knowledge (one bar ...Read more.
College students all over the country are enjoying the last few days of summer and preparing for their return to campus life. Stocking up on dorm room supplies, a revamped wardrobe and a semester’s worth of books can make this a tough month on their (and their parent’s) wallets. Technology is another unavoidable expense in ...Read more.
Business travel can be your favorite perk or your job’s biggest pitfall. That really depends on your opinion of travel. But whether you love racking up those frequent flyer miles or dread consistently packing and unpacking, making the most of your time away is something everyone can benefit from. So rather than killing downtime on ...Read more.
The future of technology lies in mobility. From iPads to smartphones, users want to access their information and connect with each other from any location. This goes for technology in schools too. The Education Publishing blog put together its top 10 trends and predictions for mobile learning in 2012: Increased proliferation of tablet and smartphones ...Read more.
It’s that time of year when everything seems to go bump in the night. But these geo-location apps can make Halloween a little less scary for parents as they send their little monsters out into the neighborhood in search of treats. Trick or Tracker is an app for Android smartphones that sends updates to parents ...Read more.
After weeks of anticipation and speculation spreading across the Internet, the biggest news coming out of Apple’s Cupertino office on Tuesday was that there is no iPhone 5. Yet. But the company did announce its new iOS, as well as a few other new releases, including the latest version of the iPhone – the 4S. ...Read more.
Now that summer’s here, it’s time to start planning your warm weather getaways. And if you intend to take advantage of the rising temperatures and lowering exchange rates by traveling abroad, you’ll want to check out Word Lens, an app from QuestVisual that uses the camera on your smartphone and Optical Character Recognition technology to ...Read more.