The market of wearable gadgets became mainstream just a couple years ago, and many consumers, including me, still do not fully understand what’s the point in spending money on another electronic device which you’d have to charge regularly.
How often do you see someone using a BlackBerry smartphone nowadays? Not very often, right? Once the industry leader, BlackBerry lost most of its market share in less than a decade. The company today is just a ghost of its own past. It lost the battle to the iPhone and numerous Android alternatives.
The internet as we know it holds millions and millions of websites. Each of them (including this one) started its life when someone designed, developed, and placed it on the web.
Apple software is widely considered to be of exceptional reliability. However, the quality of development at Apple has been deteriorating over the past few years, which led to applications becoming less stable.Last week, I had to factory-reset my iPhone because… it reset on its own—deleting all my photos (which I had a backup of) and […]
The year 2016 was tough for practically each tech giant out there. Even tougher was it for the industry as a whole. Just take a look at the products introduced by the biggest tech companies in 2016—and you’ll notice how pale and modest their “revolutions” were, and how desperate, in contrast, were attempts to innovate.