Category Archives: new technology
Great content, including copy, is the foundation of any website. In order to produce great content, you need a great copywriter. Your copywriter digs deep to understand the nature of your company and get what makes you tick. Once they understand the nuances of your business and your marketplace, they research topics related to your [...]
It’s about time! I mean really, come on, Nintendo. By now you must know how easily we bore. It’s been years (about 5 to be exact) since you came out with the initial console so it’s more than safe to say that at this point you are long overdue. The lull in production of the [...]
Sigh…this comes as heartbreaking news to me. The reviews for the BlackBerry tablet have come back and let’s just say that these reviews have been less than stellar. I can’t say that I’m much surprised as I had sense enough not to set my hopes too high for the BlackBerry tablet to begin with but [...]
Surprise, surprise (sense my sarcasm here, if you will)! It has been recently discovered that more people have opted to getting their news online than through printed newspapers. Studies have shown that as 2010 closed out more advertising dollars went to online outlets than to newspapers as online outlet readership has substantially increased. The numbers [...]
We all suspected it would be coming sooner or later. Well, as of today, heavy rumors have begun to circulate that the iPhone 5 is well on its way. If any of you have kept up with Apple and their releases in the recent past you would recall that the iPhone 4 was just released [...]
There is a device that reads for you. No, really, now you don’t even have to read anymore. This is the ultimate Cliff Notes and it goes by the name of Topicmarks. If you have time to read this I’ll further explain. Topicmark is the Founder Showcase winner program that uses semantic text extraction and personalization technology to extract text from .pdf, .doc, .html, and .txt documents and reads it. Here’s what you do: You copy/paste, upload a link or enter the url of a site and Topicmark magically reads the uploaded content and tells you everything you need to know about that was read.
Last night’s practice round between two top Jeopardy champs and IBM’s latest super computer/robot – named Watson - went to the machines.
Tablet technology definitely dominated the much hyped Consumer Electronic Show this January in Las Vegas. With many of the models set to hit shelves this year, consumers might want to bide their time and see how the competition plays out.
After the Xoom’s success at the Consumer Electronics Show, Motorola is planning to ship around 800,000 of the tablets between February and March of this year. The tablet will come in a few different color schemes and will ship up to 1 million if the demand is there.
Motorola came to the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) prepared to impress. The company unveiled several devices, including a tablet, a smart phone that’s also a laptop computer for AT & T, the “honeycomb” OS specifically designed for tablets, and other new smart phones for T-Mobile.