With the wearable technology industry constantly evolving and changing, how can any business keep up? In just eight short years, companies such as Apple and Google have completed flipped the market upside down and created a niche that used to never exist. By manufacturing devices that keep people connected 24/7, businesses are seeking to fully penetrate their consumers’ daily lives, a feat that most firms could never achieve. In order to successfully navigate this new space, it is important for all of those involved to understand the history of this field while also seeking to predict where it may go in the future. For more information on the evolution of wearable technology, check out the infographic below: Continue reading “Infographic – Evolution of Wearable Technologies”
Cubot Promotion is on fire, and we are here to discuss about the Cubot Smartphone Carnival in which you can get the Best Android 4.4 Smartphone and Cubot Quad Core Phones. Cubot is an emerging mobile company which is delivering the quality mobiles at cheap prices. All mobiles of Cubot are made after the expert reviews and advices. Cubot Quad Core Phoneare the best quad core phones in the price range. Below I have reviewed one the best phone of Cubot. That is Cubot S208 White. Continue reading “MC0006802E CUBOT S208 White”
Photocopiers- Big Boost to your Profit Margin
The history of the photocopiers goes back around 70 years. In the recent times, they are becoming immensely popular among the aspiring entrepreneurs, marketers and all sorts of people who have to indulge in scanning and printing process. In the past, they were considered as a piece of comfort for the office workers, but now they have become an invariable asset in the terms of business. It is almost impossible to function without them, even for a single day. Continue reading “Photocopiers- Big Boost to your Profit Margin”
Microsoft has finally launched the next generation operating system for the smartphones.
Once the leader in the Smartphone operating system developers, Microsoft has currently a penetration lower than 5% in the smartphone market towards the end of 2011, currently ruled by Android. Android now has a third of the global market share (33%). RIM’s share has plummeted to 29%. Apple is barely holding at 25% and Palm, which is barely worth mentioning anymore, fell another point to 2.8%.
Microsoft is targeting to gain considerable market-share upto 10% for the time being and slowly regain its otherwise lost competitive advantage. By collaborating with HTC (Radar), Samsung and Nokia, Microsoft is targeting a mass market where it can reach out to its potential customers.
A question that may worry many technocrat is that with all the added GUI that microsoft has pumped into the Mango phones (Windows 7 and Windows 7.5), how will the added power consumption be handled by the high end processors added to these really smart phones (1 GHz processors are the norm now). Smartphone users are often plagued by the battery support that forces them to recharge their phones every alternate day or even everyday, if one talks for 4-5 hours. While, due to this very specific need, smartphones from Blackberry (RIM) and Nokia Symbian Smartphones are still in the market, its time to realize that business users of smartphone often value these hard performance factors over GUI improvements.
Another major area of focus is connectivity, especially over web. Most of these smartphone sucker out while being connected over 3G. If you are online, in most phones, if not all, you are likely to need to recharge your phone everyday, and effectively after a year, your battery starts showing signs of stress. I personally sometimes miss those days when I could charge my mobile once a week and that would satisfy all the phone-calls I needed to make. While I thrive on the web, it has its costs too.
With other features in the mobile market going for a rat race (like cameras, internal memory, etc), a major decision point in the purchasing behavior may be these factors. Also another decision factor may be the accessibility to services and distribution channels, something which Microsoft is targeting in a very focused manner by collaborating with Nokia, which has one of the most extensive servicing and distribution channels.
While in the days of cloud computing, what everyone else is using is also adding drastically to the experience of using a smartphone, it is necessary to understand that jumping into the smartphone bandwagon should be a decision taken more judiciously for every user, based on a smart analysis of one’s actual needs.
It remains to be seen who will win this fight for market-share in the operating systems market. It indeed is getting intensely competitive. Will Microsoft be able to turn over its bad times with this Windows 7 series? Only time will say. What do you think?
Today the world is walking on core i5 laptops. They are high speed mean machine, well built and easy to handle. The Core i5 is now powering performance laptops for those customers who have the capability to shell out a little extra. Since they are made on Intel’s cutting-edge 32-nanometer manufacturing process, it readily outperforms the older Core 2 Duo, giving much more satisfaction to tech-savvy customers. Continue reading “4 Biggest brands launched the core i5 laptops”
The Nexus one was launched amongst all the attention and hype by HTC collaboration vis-a-vis the Droid (Motorola) with the onset of 2010. Both sport Google’s OS to begin with. So whats the hype about? This article makes a comparison between the key offerings of these top 2 phones and the possible strategies behind their launches.
The Nexus one was launched amongst all the attention and hype by HTC collaboration vis-a-vis the Droid (Motorola) with the onset of 2010. Both sport Google’s OS to begin with. So whats the hype about? This article makes a comparison between the key offerings of these top 2 phones. Continue reading “Google’s Nexus One vs Droid: A comparison of the current top two G-Phones”
Today, with the rise of popularity of ubiquitous computing and enterprise mobility, more and more professionals have started using PDAs and smart-phones for conducting business. A major risk is that such usage exposes one to attacks through the less secure WiFi or Edge. Protect yourself from mobile security breaches without incurring huge expenses through 7 simple steps.
Today, with the rise of popularity of ubiquitous computing and enterprise mobility, more and more professionals have started using PDAs and smart-phones for conducting business. A major risk is that such usage exposes one to attacks through the less secure WiFi or Edge. The cipher used by the General System for Mobile Communications (GSM) has been cracked by a German researcher Karsten Nohl who presented his findings Sunday at a hacker conference in Berlin. So there is a reasonable cause for most users to worry as the security scheme used by 80 percent of the world’s cellular telephones has been compromised. Continue reading “Security for Mobile: It matters”
A serious concern on the usage of electronics and more importantly cell phones, is the ecological implications they have. The digital wastes have a lot of negative impact which is basically a cumulative recipe for disaster for our planet earth. This blog provides an insight on few of the exciting offerings on green mobile phone technology and how companies are gearing to tend to this emerging urgency.
A serious concern on the usage of electronics and more importantly cell phones, is the ecological implications they have. The digital wastes have a lot of negative impact which is basically a cumulative recipe for disaster for our planet earth. Continue reading “Green mobile phones: is it here to stay?”