Last week, the newest frontier in mobility and application development dawned: the "iCar." During its annual World Wide Developer's Conference (WWDC), Apple announced plans to bring the iOS experience in 2014 to at least 12 different car markers.
If you don't like Windows 8 because it is "too innovative" or if you don't like Windows Mobile because "it looks weird," at least you'll have to admit that Microsoft has proven itself capable of breakthrough innovation, of not simply copying the others.
Are you happy to see me or is that a Rocket in your Pocket? You can actually have a Rocket in your pocket with the new webcomics app from the guys at ...
Soon, a flush will require a swipe, a faucet turn two blinks, and the heat a quick plea to Siri's granddaughter. Yes, the time will come when life has transformed so drastically that living will truly be impossible without electronic self-augmentation.
by Kent Foster The Moga Pro game controller for Android devices aims to take mobile gaming to the next level, and with the exception of some minor...
All in all, TestFairy is a much-needed solution to a very serious and widespread problem. Android developers? Have fun!
Google I/O is to software developers as Burning Man is to free spirits. Like its twin sister, Apple's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), it is four days of pep rally, serious questions and answers, press releases, demos, knowledge transfer, and catching up with old and new friends.
Purists hated the idea of slicing precious analog sound waves into bits, on philosophical if not auditory grounds. Owners of cassettes and vinyl were justifiably bummed to have to buy everything all over again.
Before the cellphone age, non-emergency workers did not customarily carry around beepers in case of emergency unless they were drug dealers. Now, any slight variation or interference in one's life-pattern can qualify as emergency, proof of the need for the almighty e-slab.
Forget about the iTV, iWatch or a bigger or cheaper iPhone. What Apple needs more than anything else right now isn't a new device -- it's software.
While brands and marketers are (rightly) concerned with ensuring their apps are downloaded, it really is only the start of the battle. More attention needs to be placed on the question, "has my brand created an immersive, compelling experience that adds real value for my customers?"
As broadband continues to evolve, our economy and marketplace will continue to evolve with more products and services than we've ever seen before.
The real question is: with bigger smartphones and smaller tablets, what's to become of content and how do you reinvent it? That and countless other q...
"There's an app for that." Cooking has spread beyond the pages of a cookbook and into our hearts through magazines, television and computers, and now we can even find cooking on our phones.
There's nothing wrong with a little paranoia when it comes to keeping data on your smartphone safe. Thankfully, an award-winning mobile security software will keep you safe from unnecessary headaches.
I certainly desired the latest iPhone, but the thought of transferring all my data and then mastering a new device seemed overwhelming. Did I really need that iPhone?