LG has been criticized for years as a showboating company that tries to hard to sell phones based on pointless features and badly thought out gimmicks. It looks like they may have finally learned their lesson.
Imagine being able to easily carry around a laptop with decent specs that you could comfortably use anywhere because of its size. The GPD Pocket is a tiny machine with specs to match some of the best devices on the market.
I have read several editorials and blog posts over the past several months involving Facebook. One of the presiding claims is that the social media world is due for another shakeup, and Facebook will be the empire that falls. But I don’t think that is true at all.
Microsoft has been in the digital game a long time, and Bill Gates was there at the start. Gates is still there now, thinking and focusing on what’s happening now and what’s coming next. Currently, Gates is a board member, significant shareholder, and part-time technology adviser.
What Microsoft was once it now isn’t. For years, Windows was the primary operating system for desktops and laptops around the world; Microsoft Office was seemingly in every workplace and on every computer; A lot of people’s learning in the digital world was on Windows PCs, their first steps into this technology accompanied by the Windows start up chime.
There’s a range of GPS locators on the market, but they’re not quite what people want yet. Ping, The World’s Smallest Global Locator, aims to improve what a GPS locator can do dramatically. As small as a coin and able to point you to its location anywhere in the world, Ping is a big leap from its competition.
The size is tiny, measuring 34mm x 34 mm x 12mm and weighs 1 ounce. The body is made from PMMA Silicone & Elastomer materials. The device is powered by a rechargeable 300 mAh custom lithium-ion battery that lasts up to 3 months between charges.
Privacy and security are hot topics in this digital era. There’s a lot of reasons why someone would want to keep information private, and not always for nefarious reasons. A team might be working on privileged information for a company, or you might have a special night planned for your partner. This app has been updated to protect your messages on a range of platforms.
Google has released an Android Wear before, and it was met with pretty positive reviews by both Google and wearable fans. Now they are announcing Android Wear 2.0, and they promise it will be the ultimate smartwatch on the market.
Better App Integration
The big news is definitely the app use. In the past incarnation it had a decent interface. But some apps didn’t work well, or they were cumbersome on the less powerful device. Now that has been fixed. You can pick and choose your apps from their watch store, which includes an app to make calls directly from your watch. That’s right, the days of wrist communicators are finally here. Since it is based on a cellular connection you don’t have to have your phone on you to do it, either.