Tech industry, which started out at a humble pace, has grown into a rapidly evolving arena. Today, tech companies need to evolve constantly or face doom. Given below are five worst decisions by tech companies which wrecked them.
As we move towards the conclusion of 2013, analysts are already making estimates about the next year. Research firm Canalys has now forecasted that a total of 285 million tablets will be sold during 2014.
Virtualization, coupled with cloud-based systems, has radically changed enterprise structures in recent days. Nokia is aiming to import this revolution to the telecom sector by researching on next-generation virtualized mobile networks.
Foxconn is one of Apple’s largest manufacturers, effectively the creator and manufacturer of Apple’s iPhone and iPad’s hardware. The company has now announced that it will be investing $40 million in US-based manufacturing.
Most survival kits are all about packing the bare essentials for an emergency situation out in the wild. LifeDisc is a new frisbee-shaped survival kit that takes a different approach. The highlights of this kit include a somewhat advanced fishing gear, a shatter-proof mirror to signal rescuers and many other unique features.
A number of companies keep holding hackathons so that they can find vulnerabilities in popularly used software and hardware. Recently, in such a hacking contest, a hacker by the nick of ‘Pinkie Pie’ was able to hack into Chrome browser for Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S4.
Microsoft has already released Windows 8.1, effectively patching many of the quirks and problems in the original Windows 8. For many Windows 7 users, this is the high time to shift to the new OS. The guide given below lets you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1 in a few easy steps.
Although currently, NASA is the key entity that deals with all space technologies and programs in the U.S. today, back in 1950s and 1960s, United States Air Force had a close eye on space explorations. In 1967, USAF proposed LUNEX, a space program meant to land men on moon and bring them back home.
Apple iPhone 5S is rocking all over the world. The handset is said to be up to 56 times faster than the original iPhone. However, lately it’s been reported that iPhone 5S went sold out in 24 hours in India.
Last month, Apple unveiled iPad Air that comes with significantly improved looks and packs an ultra-slim body. The device has already created a buzz. However, lately it has been reported that the cost for making iPad Air is $42 less than the third-gen iPad, iPad 3.
Do you often leave your laptop unattended? This is, certainly, a bad idea, if you have sensitive or confidential documents on it because anyone may steal that in your absence. However, if you use Mac, then there’s good news for you. There’s a new Bluetooth accessory called Sesame that can automatically lock your Mac when you step away.
Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak, has many claims to fame, among which is a knack for candid conversations and unusual views. In a BBC program recently, Wozniak stated that he thinks Apple and Google should work together and be partners.
When launching the new iPad Air slate, Apple claimed that it had significantly improved the battery life of the tablet. In a recent test by folks at Anadtech, iPad Air turned out to last for a whopping 24 hours when used as an LTE personal hotspot.
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