CIRP bases its findings on its survey of 500 US Apple customers that purchased an iPhone, iPad or Mac in the US in October-December 2013. The iPhone 5S clearly excelled, selling almost three out of five iPhones in the most recent quarter.
Use your skills and passions to your advantage. Integrate three of your interests to see what inventive combinations you can generate. For example, I'm an entrepreneurial action sports and hip hop enthusiast who films skateboarding videos while rapping about entrepreneurship.
Joaquin Phoenix, looking eerily like Kevin Kline, falls in love with his computer operating system. This is totally understandable (the falling in love part, not the Kevin Kline part), since his operating system is played by Scarlett Johansson.
The industry now features over 300 art e-commerce platforms, with 71 percent of all art collectors having purchased a piece online at some point.
From the practical that turns your phone into a document scanner to the whacked up that lets you find a pickup street game, these 10 apps will entertain and amaze.
Another option for brands not able to invest in the crème de la crème of video production and distribution is now upon us. Below are seven compelling reasons to kick-start your video marketing. Welcome to the new world. Fast forward to 2014.
If one of your resolutions is to become more in touch with your feelings and emotions, keeping a diary is one way to do this. Simplify the process by downloading Momento, an app that allows you to document your personal journey.
Apple's newest ad, "Misunderstood," doesn't celebrate technology's ability to let us escape from boring family events. It shows how we might use it to participate.
The Hawaiian people have been practitioners of the art of aquaculture for centuries. Being surrounded by ocean, it's an obvious talent, but the advanced fish-rearing technologies that they developed centuries ago are nothing short of amazing.
If our children know the power and joy of both the modern and ancient, then a full life is unlocked. That is the only thing I now know for sure.
You have been struck by a stroke of genius, and the next billion-dollar app is now fully functioning within your mind. You have an idea of what it's going to look like, and you know that everyone is going to use it. What do you do next?
Here I am, a middle-aged professor of Bible, and I'm being taught about Jesus by a couple of homeless men who are figuring out what to take from the food bank.
He wasn't wasting his holiday immersed in his iWorld, but making a video! Everyone cries while watching themselves live the past week of their lives. Even I thought, "See, it's totally OK to interact more with your phone than with the humans around you -- as long as you are making content!"
I have a very simple solution to all the brouhaha surrounding President Obama's questionable decision to partake in a "selfie" cellphone photo during Nelson Mandela's funeral.
In public, Apple's rivals in the smartphone market have tried to downplay the technological advances Apple introduced in the iPhone 5s. But it turns out that one breakthrough -- Apple's speedy, 64-bit A7 microprocessor -- has set off a panic inside its competitors.
Google just acquired its 8th robotics company in the past few years with the acquisition of Boston Dynamics and it got me thinking, is anyone else truly investing in deep technological research? What about Apple, or Microsoft, what are they doing?