It seems like only yesterday for the Gen-X crowd, but it was 30 years ago that some of the most influential innovations in consumer technology were introduced.
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The new OtterBox Defender and Commuter case lineup for the 2014 iPhones.
Amazon's Kindle will emerge as the e-Reader market leader and prime content supplier for electronic books. But the company isn't doing anything to help improve content standardization.
No more swapping out USB cables in crowded conference rooms. This monster charger on Kickstarter can juice up an entire squad of mobile devices.
Computing Convergence, driven by an overwhelming desire in the future to reduce cost, consolidate form factors and enterprise infrastructure will be backed up with services running on powerful Clouds.
Based on specifications, how do these devices compare for business buyers? You can't look at speeds and feeds alone when it comes to flagship smartphones and their overall business worthiness.
Do American consumers and businesses want to live in a future where our options for purchasing electronics are much more limited and expensive than the choices we enjoy today?
Modern smartphones still cannot exchange business card information as efficiently as a device released 17 years ago.
Here are the things we'd like to see in future versions of Apple's iOS and iPhone hardware.
With no solid business productivity apps, as well as continually perpetuating the 'toxic hellstew', Google's mobile OS is still missing from my personal tech stable two years after I abandoned it. But there's some hope for it yet.