The looming launcho of a new iPhone may give the appearance of old times in tech. There's nothing like an upgrade frenzy with long lines. But nothing could be further from the truth.
Can a Hero fly to Sprint's rescue in the battle for smartphone supremacy? If nothing else, Thursday's announcement that a second carrier will soon offer a phone using the Android operating system could be another blow for truth, justice and the American way of providing more gadgets for tech-hungry consumers. Beginning Oct.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityApple is about to blow everyone’s heads off with the world’s thinnest iPhone yet, featuring snazzy in-cell technology with touch-tech integrated into the LCD, delivering the best iPhone 5 on-screen imagery ever.
Saturday Night Live’s latest parody sketch gives life to that oft-quted phrase ‘first world problems’. (Here’s an alternative link if the one above doesn’t work). In a biting take-down of some of the legitimate, but sometimes whiny niggles us tech press have with the new iPhone 5, the show assembled a mock Tech TV show called Tech Talk.
As a child reading Nintendo Power (R.I.P) I always had thoughts of journalism. Now I have more of a interest in tech other than video games. I really want to give this a try. I would love to write about android and other tech maybe even back to video games . My only issue is I don't know where to start or what a lot of people want in written reviews and editorials.
When Washington D.C. threatened to raise the price of an Uber cab by a few dollars, the online community staged a full-fledged panic attack. Yet it barely whispered a peep of discontent when Congress introduced a bill to alleviate the high-skilled immigrant crunch for tech companies.