I came to a realization on Monday morning, after the Oscars: I don't think I have what it takes to be part of the two-screen world. Which, increasingly, is what we seem to be living in.
If you're thinking of getting a tablet you may want to consider if you want to pay $500 for a brick instead.
Is there at least one gadget that, despite how cool it might be, simply becomes redundant?
Our children are our future and that future learns through play. For the last few years, we have watched as high-tech gadgets adults love have also become kids' favorite playthings.
There is a lot of potential for toddlers using tablets. But, there's still a lot more that we need to learn. There's a lot more that we don't yet know than what we do. Research about this topic is just as young as the kids it is studying.
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.
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.
It seems that we human beings just can't get enough of technology. But as many technology futurists have noted, it won't be long before technology will be beating on our doors, instead of us going out looking for it. Look out, the rise of the machines is becoming reality.
The days of large scale, ground-breaking, innovative products have disappeared with Steve's passing. It is as if the creativity wheels stopped turning once the technology king was gone. The current market is a mixture of semi-nextgen products.
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!"
This year had its remarkable share of senseless diets, bizarre research and odd inventions. Here's what you might've missed.
Tablets out-shipped portable computers this year for the first time ever. There are more tablet models to choose from than ever before, which means th...
A recent New York Times headline cautioned, "Wireless carriers warn of crisis in mobile spectrum." Is spectrum -- the essential building block of cell phone service -- really in short supply?
Engaging the services of a digital babysitter is not something to boast about, but it doesn't need to be anything to be ashamed of, either. So, how can we make the most of the time our kids spend with technology over the holiday break?
My husband and I used to make fun of the couples in restaurants who stared longingly at their phones rather than each other. Over plates of over-priced food, they gazed at their screens while never once making eye contact. We vowed never to be that couple. Then, we each got a smartphone -- on the same day.
These days, when you look at kids sitting on the subway or cross town bus, they're not hooked on crossword puzzles and word searches. They're heads down in their tablets, sometimes sharing with a sibling, other times playfully fighting over one.