Today’s tech-driven society has dealt a big package of new opportunities generated from the brains of innovation focused professionals. There’s a new factor breaking through the world today – a top secret that leads to creating big wins whether you are a venture capitalist, an entrepreneur, an investor or a company eyeing into the future. It all begins with M and it is found within the word Innovation and only emerged in a great way when the legendary Steve Jobs grabbed the spotlight as he launched the iPhone in June 2007.
If you are managing the marketing strategies for your business and you have found no significant improvement in conversions and sales or you are simply in the search for something that can bring your business’ sales to a new margin, it might be worthwhile to do some mobile marketing experiments if you have not already. There are many ways in which your brand can make good use of the opportunities presented by the rapidly expanding mobile arena. If you need a list of motivations for you to do something about it, read on.
Another global innovation get together was staged by CES and we are left to speculate about if those new innovations packed in the form of unique, sleek and well-crafted packages we saw introduced are going to hit the mass production stage for us to actually own as many as we can afford. The reality is that most of the new and exciting technologies presented in the CES are “vaporware” – a unique term usually used by tech fanatics to describe CES-introduced concepts that never really hit the marketplace for selling. These new innovations opened our minds to different and unique possibilities only to find out after months of waiting that they are nowhere to be found in any marketplace we browse through.
Fortunately though, not all product concepts introduced during a CES event are vaporware. In fact, there is quite a list of exciting new products presented in the CES 2014 event that we can actually own this year and 14 of them are the following:
You probably have heard of 4G LTE being the highlight in different carrier commercials. They talk of it as the widest, fastest and the next big thing, prompting you to ask yourself if it is now the best time to ditch your 3G-only capable handset in place of a more high-end, 4G LTE smartphone.
Sprint made the first move when they offered the first 4G smartphone, HTC Evo 4G, in 2010. AT&T and T-Mobile took a different step forward by luring consumers with a supercharged 3G network – the HSPA+, while Verizon brought about Long Term Evolution or LTE, which eventually become the winner of the connection speed battle. Adding 2014, it’s been 4 years since the 4G battle had started, and so it is normal for us to think that 4G LTE connections are everywhere nowadays. But, is it? Is it now the best time to finally grab a 4G LTE device to start enjoying a faster speed connection?
As we are about to say goodbye to the year 2013 and welcome 2014, it made perfect sense to take a look back at what the ending year had offered us as consumers of the innovative technologies brought about by tech companies that were nonstop innovating. For sure talking about it will generate a very long list of notable tech gadgets, so I decided to filter it to the coolest for sure each one of us can remember. Continue reading
Just recently, the most-awaited launch of iPad Air made a buzz in the mobile market. The fifth-generation tablet of Apple surprised the world with its brand new look breaking rumors and expectations of mobile consumers. It’s thinner, lighter and so much faster. Various reviews and feedbacks have spoken regarding this latest device and hundreds are coming. So let’s take an essential scrutiny how iPad achieved this slender and lightweight construction yet delivering faster performance.
Doing much more with so much less? This popular line has caught the impression of mobile consumers all over the world as Apple officially announced its latest version of iPad, the company’s flagship tablet. Carrying the awesome surprises of the fall event, Apple made another buzz in the realm of mobile innovation courtesy of the newly-named iPad Air. This fourth incarnation of iPad brings a ton of technology and all-new beautiful design which is built to modify the device on a fundamental level. Continue reading
Being an owner of a small business, there are several ways to build your own mobile app if you have find a good reason to do it.
But prior to diving deeper into the pool of app development, it is essential to familiarize first a number of more advanced choices for mobile development. Here’s a quick background on these specific platforms that are involved in the process: Continue reading
Host mobility has traditionally been worked out at the network level, but even for the long years of standardizing Mobile IP, this essential thing has not been supported by operators. The double function of IP as a location detector and communication endpoint identifier provides a number of functional and performance troubles.
Due to these scenarios, IT specialists agreed that the best place to manage the mobility problem is at the transport layer. Though it is not a fresh idea, they believe that the surfacing standard of MultiPath Transmission Control Protocol (MTPCP) can be implemented to solve various issues connected to mobility. MPTCP naturally applies make-before-break, can be incrementally installed, is backwards compatible with standard TCP, and could even simplify incremental adoption of IP v 6. Continue reading
Apple’s latest unveiling of iPhone 5s/5c created a big buzz among geeks and techies around the world. The product which is set to release on September 20 earned various feedbacks and reviews with its fresh and surprising features. But what really stood out during the launching event was the controversial Touch ID fingerprint reader.
Considered as one of the popular forms of biometrics, fingerprint scanning is inexpensive and easy to implement compared to other forms of body feature scanning, and it is more excellent than voice recognition. However, by itself, it is not a remedy for weak passwords and highly delicate information. That is why the birth of Touch ID with Apple’s iPhone 5s is both a nice idea and just one level of device security.