By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Aside from competing in specs and pricing, many gadgets have differentiated themselves by catering to the action market with tough, water-resistant and temperature resistant features.
Mobile technology and digital media devices are taking over the spaces normally reserved for watercolours, oils and clay. In fact, the art itself is migrating to the Web, where online art collections rival those housed inside bricks-and-mortar institutions.
by Lee Rickwood
Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Orlando, FL – This year’s BlackBerry World conference became the launchpad for a new regime at RIM as well as a bold new mobile strategy.
Folks in the Twitter-verse have found some ways to get attention in a short space (although controversy and obscenity seem top techniques right now, there are some short, substantive comments out there), here’s hoping Keek-ers can do the same.
by Lee Rickwood
By Ted Kritsonis
Most products or services Apple comes out with usually carry plenty of buzz with them, but there are a few that take a little time to resonate with people. AirPlay is one of them. As a seamless technology for streaming music, photos and video between compatible devices, it’s arguably one of the easiest features to use.
By Lee Rickwood
The biggest and brightest TVs out there — now called smart TVs — have Wi-Fi, Ethernet and high speed Internet connectivity, and each one is a potentially open door into not just your viewing habits.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla With its new iPad, Apple is declaring a post-PC future where tablet’s can satisfy the computing needs of most people. The iPad is aspiring to become everything a computer user needs.
By Kiel Hume
The world of apps features something for everyone. Our smart phone and tablet devices are thoroughly integrated into every aspect of life, so it just makes sense that your device will offer a variety of apps for fitness.