I can't believe it has been 10 years since the original iPhone in 2007. Looking back its amazing how earth shattering the event truly was, it reshaped the entire smartphone industry.
When the rumours started flying about the lack of a 3.5mm headphone jack in the new iPhone, I was as upset as anybody. Nonetheless, Apple promises a wireless revolution.
Apple just released its new iPhones: the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 plus. Every year people ask if they should upgrade and it is becoming a questions that is harder and harder to answer.
Every year we get a new iPhone and Apple is increasingly stuck trying to innovate in a space that lacks room for innovation. So did Apple innovate with the 6s?
The iPad Mini 4 was released on September 9th 2015. I have been using it quite extensively for a little over a month. Here are my thoughts:
On August 30th 2012 I was excited for the revolutionizing changes for Windows. I applauded the idea that tablets could do more than an iPad. The startBlue Windows 8 Review was positive about the path Microsoft was paving. Apple responded to a degree and will copy the unique multitasking. iPad apps have responded to become more full featured. Microsoft responded with Windows 10. Let us review!
So it has been a little over a year since I acquired a second generation Nest Learning Thermostat. As Nest expands with new products like the Protect and strong competitors like Honeywell Lyric arrive on the scene, I figured it was time to put my thoughts down. Is the Nest Thermostat worth it?
Unfortunately all things in life have their pros and their cons. My recent purchase of several monitors has really shown this. So if you are looking for your own monitor, I’ll give you a tour of my knowledge.
It is all new for Microsoft. They have entered the computer hardware market. So what is the product like and should you buy it? Does the Microsoft Surface with Windows RT have what it takes?
The biggest change in computing starts now. And no Apple isn’t the one revolutionizing it. Sure some might argue the iPad is inspiring it, but they are wrong. Windows 8 is the opposite of the iPad. Windows 8 is the long held idea from Microsoft that the PC is king and that experiences should add and not subtract.