We've put together a list of companies to watch in 2013, both in enterprise and consumer technology. Whether you're a potential investor, an eager developer or a devotee of all things tech, these are the companies to keep an eye on.
With the introduction of the iPad 2, the answer shifted to a "maybe." And now, with the iPad 3 and the soon-to-be released iPad 4 and iPad Mini -- and the advent of some specialized equipment and services -- the answer is a qualified "YES."
If reports are to be believed, the iPhone 5 will be officially announced at an Apple event on September 12th. To celebrate the end of an era, we are shining a spotlight on the best and brightest apps and games that were released during the iPhone 4s' lifespan.
A number of cloud storage services also allow you to share files and folders, which can be great for co-workers who collaborate on projects or family and friends who want to share photos, videos and other files.
One of the hottest current technology sectors is 'Cloud Storage' and there's even been increasing references to the "Cloud Storage Wars." This kind of hyperbole conjures up images of Genghis Khan saddled up and roaming the steppes for conquerable peoples.
While other services mostly store your files, Google Drive -- with some file types -- also allows you to view and edit them because of the Google Docs integration. This integration can lead to a bit of confusion.
All of this can be done with the click of a button (or a tap of screen). But navigating the seemingly endless list of business tools on the market can become more of a time sink than an efficiency boost.
Each cloud service has benefits and drawbacks. The trend is that more people are favoring personal cloud services that are easy to use and that support different mobile devices with the most types of data in a single cloud.