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24
Oct
2014

Sizing up the Xperia Z3

POSTED BY Windsor Holden
Given that it’s barely six months since Sony unveiled the Xperia Z2, it could be argued that the Z3 has been rushed out with rather undue haste. But while the Z3 initially looks and feels very similar to its predecessor – and, at first glance, the specs are similar to – you gradually become aware of the nips and tucks that Sony has made...
23
Oct
2014

The Digital Music Family – Let’s Jam for Less!

POSTED BY Analyst Team
It has been a confusing year of price changes for the ‘streamed music’ fans. Spotify, one of the most popular providers, announced its Student Discount package for US college students in March, which allows access to its services for half the regular price...
17
Oct
2014

Discreet Disruptive Innovation: Apple Talks Tablets, Macs and Watches and Smuggles an Industry Atom Bomb into its iPads

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Apple’s announcements around its tablets and macs yesterday was quite a polished progress update, but with more of what the industry has come to expect as a whole: an even thinner iPad with more storage and touch ID, together with an energy-efficient iMac with the latest (#)K display technology, which will likely kick off the debates afresh about whether there is actually a noticeable difference or whether the new capabilities are just ‘marketing pixels’...
10
Oct
2014

Google’s Cookie Monster Challenged by Facebook’s Count von Count

POSTED BY Steffen Sorrell
Life used to be much simpler for Google; the tracking cookie, so en vogue during the pre-smartphone era, is falling out of favour. Thanks to the rise of the smartphone, a large portion of Internet data packets that used to be sent over the browser are now being sent from apps, which render the tracking cookie largely useless...
09
Oct
2014

Wearables Industry Needs to Move Beyond Smartphone Technology

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Steve Wozniak has poured more fuel on the Apple Watch fire by demanding ‘a larger screen that can do more of what my iPhone does’, in a recent interview with CNET. This is also combined with the now common unshakeable faith that Apple will do for wearables what it did for smartphones...
03
Oct
2014

Mobile Ticketing Gains Traction

POSTED BY Windsor Holden
While much recent press coverage of mobile payment has revolved around the retail space, it should not be forgotten that other areas – such as couponing, money transfer and ticketing – are also gaining strength...
02
Oct
2014

The 3D Printing Magic

POSTED BY Nitin Bhas
3D (three-dimensional) printers, with the ability to print a variety of objects, have evolved significantly over the past few years and are currently re-shaping the future for industrial and consumer applications...
26
Sep
2014

Getting a Bit Fitter – Step by Step

POSTED BY Analyst Team
I have been wearing a Fitbit One device for the past week in an attempt to learn more about how much I really move in a day as well as to get some motivation to do more. Announced in September 2012, the device is an update to the Fitbit Ultra...
24
Sep
2014

ARM latest to embrace IoT in most recent Reference Designs

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Chip designer and intellectual property rights owner in the semiconductor industry, ARM, has made a concerted effort to embrace the future Internet of Things (IoT) in the release of its latest chipset Cortex M7. Cortex M7 was released a couple of weeks ago...
19
Sep
2014

Context: The App is dead, long live the App

POSTED BY Steffen Sorrell
July 2008: a certain fruity company launched its app store and gave a home to 500 freshly pressed iPhone OS (iOS nowadays) apps. It was a pivotal moment, and today Apple, Google, Microsoft and BlackBerry all have similar digital storefronts offering billions of apps to smartphone and tablet users...
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