During the traditional One more thing (or “something else”, in Portuguese), the launch event of the new iPhone, this Tuesday (9/9), Tim Cook showed the long-awaited smart clock company, called Apple Watch. “The Apple Watch is the most personal device we’ve ever created,” said the CEO of the company. With a screen of retina fusional, laminated with Sapphire Crystal–material stronger than diamond, the watch displays processor S1, four LED sensors, gyro and accelerometer. The device will sell for $349 and is available in 2015.
Apple will present evening within the framework of the autumn events, including two new versions of the tablet series. The innovations keep here however, are at least of the design, within limits. Continue reading Apple Presents The Ipad Air 2&Ipad Mini 3 With Fingerprint Scanner
Yesterday it was so far: The Samsung Galaxy S8 was officially presented. The new flagship of Samsung comes in April. And Samsung is setting new standards with the S8 and the big brother S8+. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S8 Is In The Starting Holes
Members of Parliament need a new technical equipment on a regular basis. The resulting costs ensure however repeatedly for discussions. In the UK Parliament, it is now once again so far. Continue reading THE IPAD AIR 2
Protect your precious machine, she deserves it! Then after have already proposed you tests of accessories to enhance your iPhone, here’s a new review of an iPhone case, this one is French since proposed by Noreve society, located in Saint-tropez. Continue reading Test Case Noreve iPhone
The web giant Amazon announced this week a new API for developers to add geographic location applications for the Kindle HD devices and Kindle Fire HD, the latest onslaught of Amazon in dispute with Apple, creator of the iPad, and some manufacturers in cahoots with the ecosystem Android. Now, according to the website The Next Web, we have confirmation that Amazon will use technology Nokia for maps and geolocation. What does that mean? Who started the race by its geographical location.
Smartphone is art! The artist Johannes Osterhoff who now publicly shows his iPhone is apparently with this view. As soon as Osterhoff presses the home button, his cell phone automatically takes a screenshot and uploads it.
Interesting concept, which of course cannot be avoided, telephone numbers and other data are uploaded. About the artist’s show, you apparently but certainly do not need to be worried, and it’s art after all.
There are media that you trust easily. This includes of course the New York Times who writes in your Sunday paper, about an iPad mini. So the newspaper is journal, which has information about the 7.85-inch tablet, supposedly now the third great apart from Bloomberg and the Wall Street.