Smartphone innovation isn’t dead. We’re about to enter a new era of smartphones that may drastically change the industry the same way the original iPhone did in 2007. It’s fair to have assumed that smartphone innovation had plateaued. Over the… Read More ›
“Being able to pinch and zoom on a piece of glass was a major breakthrough in how we interact with mobile devices. But multitouch smartphones have been around for 10 years. Shouldn’t we be able to do more than just… Read More ›
“We’ve all been there, cranking out a text message when the phone prompts you to insert a wonky word or autocorrects to something out of context. Text message fails are the stuff Internet memes are made of. SwiftKey predictions will… Read More ›
“Windows Phone may be a dead man walking, but the PC giants still cling to the dream of a unified platform spanning traditional and mobile devices. Hewlett-Packard, whose record in mobile operating systems has been particularly disastrous— especially its shortlived acquisition… Read More ›
“Windows Phone may be a dead man walking, but the PC giants still cling to the dream of a unified platform spanning traditional and mobile devices. Hewlett-Packard, whose record in mobile operating systems has been particularly disastrous — especially its… Read More ›
“Restaurants are constantly battling temperature in order to keep bacteria from growing on your food. A Pittsburgh tech company called FreshTemp is helping hundreds of restaurants connect food sensor technology with the cloud.” Watch video at CNN Money.
“Purdue University researchers are working on a new technique that could aid law enforcement in gathering data from smartphones when investigating crimes. RetroScope was developed in the last nine months as a continuation of the team’s work in smart phone… Read More ›