Posts Tagged ‘Samsung’
Posted by Renee Schmidt

President Obama is a loyal Blackberry user. He hasn’t really tested other mobile operating systems as far as we know, but he did come across an iPhone recently. The press took notice and snapped some pictures. The next day, the media was abuzz on Obama, Blackberry and iPhone. But what’s the hype?

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

With the release of the iPhone 5, the debate of which phone to choose, the Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone, is hotter than ever. I weigh in on the pros and cons with my feedback on the Samsung Galaxy S3.

To be quite honest, I generally use my phone for email, voice calls, texting, calendar and not much else. So bear with me, because this review will only focus around the usability of these items.

The iPhone 5 was just released this past Friday; I’ve been pleased with my iPhone 4 for just over 2 years now so I was sure I would love the iPhone 5, but I couldn’t help but wonder if there was something better out there. I was super excited when Samsung sent me the Galaxy S3 to review; the timing couldn’t be better!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Windows 8, Facebook IPO troubles, mobile advertising challenges, and what a hot lawsuit against a Silicon Valley VC means for women in technology.

Read on to see the stories making headline news on the tech scene this week!

 
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Posted by Basheer Alebdy

The Chronology of Mobile Technology Evolution

After the introduction of the Motorola RAZR in 2004, consumers and electronic companies started to define what a cell phone should look like–small and thin. But as the Apple iPhone became a hit in 2007, the definition of a cell phone, or should I say smartphone, became tall and wide (but still thin).  How did this sudden change occur in less than a decade? The answer lies within a phone’s software.

 
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Posted by Jason Moriarty

If you’ve ever been told that you need to project more in meetings; I have the perfect solution; a Pico, pocket sized handheld projector! These super-compact, super-light, super-awesome projectors can fit into your pocket and project a crisp, bright image up to 60” wide.

My favorite thing about the pocket Pico is that it can wirelessly connect to your computer, smartphone, or camera so your audience can see what you see. Just be sure to turn your phone on airplane mode as you don’t want a surprise sex(t) message from your Albanian mistress during a presentation.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Samsung Galaxy Note has landed.

Now it’s up to us to figure out just what exactly this device is.

A phone?

A tablet?

Your guess is as good as mine!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

What is the best gadget for pets? For your dog, it is the Retrieva Collar, the world’s first tracking and anti-theft dog collar.  Using GPS technology, the Retrieva Collar will make sure Fido is never lost.  The collar locates your pet and displays the information to you via computer or cell phone.  Integrated, snug-fitting yet comfortable design, the collar is made of anti-cut webbing and includes automated tamper and anti–theft alerts.

 
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