Google+ continues to evolve into one of the greatest social network/community platforms available (the best in my opinion). Many skeptics claimed it would become another failed Google project, constantly referring to it as a ghost town. If you’ve ever used Google+, then you already know what a crock those claims are, and in fact, Google+ is growing faster than ever.
According to Google: more than 500 million people have upgraded, 235 million [Read More...]
For well over two years, one of the most persistent rumors in mobile technology was that Apple was pioneering a new form of facial recognition technology that would be implemented in one or more of its popular iDevices. To date, Apple has released no such features in the latest generation iPhones and iPads. But that doesn’t mean Apple won’t. And there’s evidence at the US Patent and Trademark Office to confirm the company’s prospective plans. Apple’s [Read More...]
There were several rumors regarding the possibility of Apple’s next smartphone featuring NFC technology in the months leading up to Apple’s iPhone announcement in the fall. Many competitors in the market have had the wireless payment technology for some years but it really only started to gain some traction recently. As you can all tell, the rumors were ended up being false, since there isn’t any kind of NFC chipset in the iPhone 4S. This doesn’t [Read More...]
You could almost smell the desperation from the press release announcing the “first ever” premiere of a network television show on Apple’s iTunes. Fox, which usually keeps its first-run programming off iTunes, has released the pilot episode of “New Girl,” a series receiving lackluster reviews, as a free download on the service. Releasing the series pilot on iTunes, rather than requiring viewers wait until Fox’s fall schedule, marks the “first ever [Read More...]