The growing popularity and sophistication that mobile devices have enjoyed has resulted in a number of new products, features and opportunities that customers may be very interested in. Learning more about the latest generation of smartphones, tables and other devices have to offer will ensure that you do not overlook the best opportunities when it comes time to make your next purchase. For the latest applications, features and the devices that will provide you with the most convenient and enjoyable user experiences, doing a little research Read the rest of this entry »
Although 2012 wasn’t the year of innovations in technology, it may have been the year of technological innovations. Facebook got a bad reputation for it’s disruptive techniques, Apple’s iOS changed yet again (Or did it?), and Windows got a new look.
Also, there were major developments across the board in the tech industry. Some define it as “optimization”, but I would bet it’s partially in preparation for the cloud.
To make up for the lack of major changes in design, however, announcements were made regarding new consoles, games, and services. Some of these will go the traditional route, but as aforementioned, many of these will utilize the cloud, like many popular mmo games and major console fps games being streamed over a broadband connection on as little as an Android or iOS phone.
Did you know the next generation consoles may not even use CDs?
They will too utilize the cloud and are using the cloud to both store and sell games.
These changes may seem unlikely. However, I don’t think technology in regards to the invention of cyberspace has finished growing yet. We absolutely have yet to realize it’s full potential, both economically and for entrepreneurs.
In all things tech, there is a big and bright future for both the consumer and seller, and as long as it is protected, the virtual domain can and will be milked for both entertainment and profit.
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Technology has come a long way over the years. Research in science made it possible for creating advance technology for the handicapped. For instance people who could not walk, are now able to walk again. Statistics show that 40 million people with disabilities are living in an institution are some type of living community. With technology we cane reduce this.
Prosthetic legs are known as artificial legs. Their purpose is to provide amputee with a replacement limb allowing them Read the rest of this entry »
With computer reaching new peaks in performance and the ability to emulate consoles, new genres of games are emerging, may of which are fan created content. While the console wars are pushing for newer games, they still lack the power that gaming computers can provide. Because of these the latest trends in gaming are in fan based games, freelance programmers, and what is called Franken-games.
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Some people say that Apple is just going through a growth stage. Microsoft had this. Oracle also has a good time on the top. Even Cisco has been the king in the network world for long periods of time. For some people Apple is simply experiencing this type of high.
Other people think differently. Some people are under the impression that Apple is slowly, but surely, taking over the world. This is not too far fetched of an idea when you consider the iPad 2. More than 70 Read the rest of this entry »
In the computer/tech/geek world there is something that has become known as â€œThe Singularity: this refers to the theoretical event or time-line when computer computing power and artificial intelligence reaches a point that is comparable or surpasses human intelligence. It is the time when computers become self-aware, autonomous intelligences, much in line with what is portrayed in science fiction movies such as The Terminator or The Matrix. It is a hotly debated topic, with proponents for and those Read the rest of this entry »
It’s been nearly half a dozen years since the last home console, the PlayStation 3 was released. Technology enthusiasts have started to become impatient for the next generation of gaming consoles to be revealed. Nintendo seems happy to oblige them, while Sony and Microsoft, seem to be in no hurry to get the next generation moving.
Wii U â€“ We should start with the console that actually has been announced and revealed. The Wii U will have a 16:9 aspect 6.Get more information here. May 2013