We track Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) as a Tech Titan, of course. They have a massive market cap, serve enterprises, governments and end users, and deserve the honor of being in this category. From an enterprise IT standpoint, their championing of the Android operating system has earned them a place in the mobility domain, and their Google Apps offering helped show many businesses … [Read more...] about Google: Innovating in AI but can they catch up with cloud leaders?
WonderCube is a 1-inch keyring with multiple functions for your iOS or Android smartphone. This product is currently part of a crowdfunding campaign and promises to function as an emergency charger, a storage solution, an LED light, a stand and more. While the WonderCube packs a whole lot of functionality, its primary focus is keeping a user's smartphone charged. It’s flexible … [Read more...] about WonderCube: Phone Storage and Charger all in One
In the last few years, the potential for mobile productivity has increased dramatically. Sending emails, checking calendars, receiving important notifications, and surfing the web are no longer impressive mobile feats – they are commonplace. For most, the inability to conduct such tasks is more surprising than the ability to do so. Consumer and enterprise technology … [Read more...] about App Usage Continues to Rise
Trying to lose weight and get in shape? Scientists at Jawbone have come up with a brilliant non-invasive way to monitor your own body. All you have to do is wear a bracelet and go about your daily life. Their bracelet called UP is an engineering marvel that can monitor your sleep, everyday activities, distance traveled, calories burned, active time, and intensity. As a complete … [Read more...] about Jawbone Up: Your Body At Your Fingertips
Recently, Microsoft announced that they will be buying Nokia's mobile division. In my mind, this was the inevitable conclusion of Nokia's announcement that they would only manufacture Windows Mobile devices. Microsoft has struggled greatly with their Surface RT device, and Microsoft has had to cut the price (and toss in the $130 keyboard cover) to move any product. Microsoft … [Read more...] about What the Microsoft buyout of Nokia means to the consumer