If you’ve recently purchased the new Nexus 6, then you know you own an amazing piece of technology. Its sleek design allows for a massive HD screen that’s perfect for watching movies and reading e-books; its state-of-the-art camera lets you take extraordinary footage of your friends and family. However, these features, while impressive, come in a pretty generic package. Its black casing is as common as every other device on the market, making your phone look like anyone else’s. Its superior storage and processing capabilities also makes your phone become one of the most fragile things you keep in your back pocket. So to keep your phone from unwanted damage and looking unique, consider investing in a Nexus skin!
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to download an HD movie in just seconds between two devices? That type of super-fast data transfer will be here soon courtesy of a new company backed by Tony Fadell, Keyssa, and its Kiss Connectivity feature.
This great leap forward in data transfer speeds will prompt even more changes in how we use our computers and mobile devices. It will also change how they are designed, because with this technology you’ll simply be able to “tap” them together to initiate the transfer, which will make many of the ports on a device like a smartphone obsolete. If this lives up t the promise we’ll see big changes soon.
Yes, you can bend your new iPhone 6 Plus, and that’s probably not a good thing. Does Apple have a serious problem on it’s hands? Does this also apply to the regular iPhone 6?
Apple has finally announced its new watch along with larger iPhones. They look pretty cool and have all sorts of interesting, if not novel, features. Other players have had similar watches on the market for a while now, so in some ways there’s little new here.
Still, the cache will be significant, and there are plenty of style choices as well. But the real question goes to whether you’ll need to even want one.
For me the answer at this moment is no. I’m already too addicted to the stream of information available through my phone. Have all of this on my wrist will just provide too many distractions.
What I’m most interested is easy recording, particularly sound but also video, that I can summon and then stop at any time. I haven’t heard that yet as a feature.
I haven’t used a BlackBerry for years, but I have some friends that still swear by them. But apparently there aren’t enough people who feel like them, as sales keep trending down.
Maybe the announced Q20, or classic BlackBerry, will help a bit, as there are tons of people who still love a phone with buttons. That one can’t come fast enough.