Cloud Computing: What It Was and What it Has Become

Cloud Computing: What It Was and What it Has Become The phrase “follow the cloud” started popping up about ten years ago. Even though cloud computing technically started in the sixties, it didn’t really float (pun intended) until around fifteen years ago, when Google opened its doors, says Salesforce. And in the past few years, it has become the way to store and share files […] Read more →

Siri Versus Cortana: The Ultimate AI Battle

Siri Versus Cortana: The Ultimate AI Battle There’s a new personal assistant in town by the name of Cortana. This friendly AI bot lives in your Windows Phone and helps manage your everyday life. Some of you may know Cortana from the Halo video game series, but the Cortana on your Windows phone, like the Nokia Lumia 521 or the Nokia Lumia […] Read more →

Sony pulls the plug on its e-reader

Sony discontinues e-reader In yet another sad news for Sony, the Japanese company has announced that production for their e-reader will cease after transferring its ebook business to Kobo. “Final production of the current Reader model, PRS-T3, was made at the end of May,” a spokeswoman for Sony in Tokyo has written in an email. She also added […] Read more →

Apple and Samsung calls a truce

Image Source: http://goo.gl/pZ1N5P To the patent war outside the US, that is. This news still comes as a big welcome however, as the world has been a witness to the never-ending infringement cases that they have been throwing at each other for years. The two technology giants have announced in a joint statement that they are withdrawing all […] Read more →

Move over Snapchat, Instagram’s Bolt is here

Bolt Facebook-owned Instagram has recently unveiled it’s latest offering to the world, Bolt. This new messaging app allows users to send self-deletable photos and video messages on their smartphones, very similar to the already-popular Snapchat. With just a click, users can both select recipients to send photos to and take a photo at the same time. Users […] Read more →

US Phones: Locked No More

Image source: http://goo.gl/K4ODTW In a move welcomed by many consumers, US President Barack Obama has finally approved the new cellphone unlocking law. This law, dubbed as the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act, now allows users to switch to carriers of their choice. This newly enacted law repeals last year’s decision from the Library of Congress which […] Read more →