Your Glass is a sleek piece of ultra-pricey hardware that is only as good as the apps that power it. Take advantage of the myriad of applications that are made possible when your smart eyepiece is equipped with the right set of glassware. Here are a dozen such apps you can download for free from […]
The Nexus 5 is the best Smartphone you can buy for $349, especially if you want to experience all that the new Android 4.4 KitKat has to offer. However, while the price may suit your budget, you will have to make a few compromises along the way.
Google Glass has been on the lips of many professionals over the course of the last couple of years, but it hasn’t really broken out to the public just yet. We had rumors of mid to late 2013 launches and then ‘sometime in 2014’, but nothing has ever been concrete.
In years past, if you were releasing a smartphone that you wanted to get people all over the world talking about, your chances for success were slim to nil if your product wasn’t called some variation of the term “iPhone.” It seemed for a while that only Apple would be able to release a product […]
Over the course of the past few months we have seen quite a few new phones hit the market. Aside from the major front-runners like Apple’s iPad and iPhone, and the Nexus range by Google, we wanted to highlight a few others that may have gone under the radar.
When Apple released their original iPad tablet to the marketplace, detractors couldn’t undervalue the concept of the tablet quickly enough. People just couldn’t see the value in such a device or how it could possibly replace the functionality afforded by a desktop or the portability afforded by a laptop.
The android powered Google Glass, a wearable device with Heads Up Display and a camera is slowly closing towards its release which many expects to be on the early 2014. The Google Glass will do a lot of functions like capturing photos, showing directions, letting us to send messages just by speech and more. Because […]
Chromecast is Google’s competitor to Apple TV and comes as a rather neat dongle that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port. Available for just $35 and with a free 3-month subscription to Netflix, it makes this device a low-cost way of streaming media from your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
The $1,500 developer version of Google Glass, whose consumer edition will more likely carry a lower price tag, holds promise for workers on the go. Here are four ways to use the lightweight “smart eyeglasses” to effectively simplify your workflow and boost your business productivity.
If you’re an Android user, then you most likely have downloaded apps from Google’s own Google Play app store. Play’s great and it is home to hundreds of thousands of apps and plenty of choice, however there are substitutes out there too that complement the Google Play Store nicely. So, let’s take a look at […]