Category Archives: Technology / Equipment
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 [...]
There was a recent study on Huffington Post that gave a few statistics regarding those that use PC’s and those that opt for Macs. Seeing as how I’m a Mac lover you can imagine that I was more than intrigued by this study. The study on the Huffington Post piggy backed off a Hunch (the [...]
Time has just issued their Time 100 list, recognizing the most influential people around the world. This is the twelfth year that Time has produced the list that includes innovators, industry leaders, artists, researchers, scientist, activists, and political heavyweights. People are selected based on criteria that aren’t exactly a definite science. There are people that [...]
The World Economic Forum has published the results of their annual study that measures the technology usage of different countries. Go figure, the United States didn’t come in first place. The study used over 70 factors and indicators to determine the countries’ rankings. This annual study has been done for ten years and includes 138 [...]
Astronauts will no longer be limited to working for the government. There is a new gig in town and people are very excited about it. Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Galactic is now looking to hire pilot-astronauts. Virgin Galactic, the first airline to offer space travel to us regular folks, is fervently building upon their [...]
Getting paid for your old electronics is now easier than ever with a kiosk from ecoATM, a startup company. Selling your old phone or laptop through Craigslist and Ebay is no longer necessary with the instant gratification that this kind of kiosk can provide. When you are through with your outdated or damaged goods, you can simply insert them into the kiosk, wait for an evaluation and projected buying price. If you agree to this price, you will be awarded the cash right there on the spot.
Get ready for life imitating art imitating life. Yep, you read that right. IBM has come out with their Five in Five Predictions, including one that states holographic cell phone technology will be here in only 5 years—assuming we all survive the 2012 Doomsday Scenario.
Video Calling soon to be available between Apple devices, laptops and desktops, courtesy of Skype. Currently, the only real video phone capability available for widespread consumer use is Apple’s FaceTime software. FaceTime is available only on Apple’s iPhone 4 and on computers running on the Mac OS. It also works only on a Wi-Fi connection, as the 3G data network currently does not support it, which is why older iPhones cannot take advantage of it either.
If you have a shiny new LED TV on your Christmas shopping list, you may want to wait. Although the new LED televisions may seem like the technology can’t get any better, LG has announced the next level of brightness and clarity when it comes to TVs.
Acer is not necessarily the top PC technology maker, but techies are excited about the announcement of two tablets and a smartphone that will run on Google’s Android operating systems. The devices boast amazing screen resolution quality, unparalleled gaming capabilities and high definition cameras, which may leave their competition scrambling to keep up.