By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Wireless Bluetooth headsets have been around for years. But sketchy connectivity, poor battery life and higher price has made them niche products. With Apple removing the headphone jack from its iPhone 7 (and several competitors following…
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By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
Apple is still very much the leading hardware designer for notebooks and PC’s but it is no longer alone.
The same high level of build as well as premium materials are also being showcased by PC manufacturers who are attracting users with their new products.
By Christine Persaud
If you use an iPhone 6 or up, you may have noticed some pretty cool new features with iOS 10. But there are a couple that you might not even have realized existed. Here are 7 of the coolest new features that will probably be getting plenty of use by owners of compatible devices.
by Lee Rickwood
As powerful and capable as customized mobile safety apps can be, it is surely a matter of culture and attitude as much as infrastructure and technology that must be changed if there’s any hope of reducing and eliminating sexual assault and violence on campus.
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There’s no doubt that the future of audio is indeed wireless, but there are a number of things that need to improve significantly before it is anywhere as good as what wired analog headphones have to offer today. There’s the issue of battery life, limited range, interference and sound quality plus the reality that wireless Bluetooth headphones can cost up to three to five times more than their wired counterparts.
With the iPhone 7, Apple has once more responded emphatically the rising tide of competition by outfitting their phones with features and capabilities that will be hard for Android makers to match.