The Phablet: A Growing Trend
Some mashups are just strange. Or, maybe they just sound strange. Either way, the phablet is the newest thing to drive device sales sky high.
In case you aren’t on-trend, the phablet is a phone that’s larger than your average smartphone but also smaller than a tablet.
Meet the MiPad: The Plastic iPad Mini
Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi has just unveiled a new tablet that takes directly and purposeful aim at Apple. The tablet is called the MiPad, and will be available for testing in mid-June.
This TV Tuns to Face You – Not the Other Way Around
Certain sports cars have something called a memory setting. This setting allows drivers to program seat positions, so that every time a particular driver gets into a car, the seat will automatically adjust to that programmed position.
Now, imagine a TV that does the same thing.
The Asus Chromebook C200 and C300
Move over, Chromebooks, there’s soon to be a new kid on the block in the form of the Asus Chromebook C200 and C300.
Microsoft Joins the Fitness Tracker Trend
Apple did it and Samsung did it too. Now, it’s Microsoft’s turn to jump into the fitness watch ring. The company has just filed a patent for a smartwatch that acts as a fitness tracker.
This Tech Can Cure Depression
Approximately one in four people will suffer from depression this year. In the U.S. alone, around 20 million adults suffer from depression. Those numbers are even more staggering when you add in the people impacted by depression in other countries around the globe. Is there anything we can do?
This Fitness Band Is For Kids
The growing childhood obesity problem in North America is no secret. Yet, kids would rather spend time playing video games and watching TV than playing outdoors. So, what better way to get kids off the couch than to combine a video game (in the form of a watch) with outside activity than to create the world’s first fitness tracker for kids?