Tech Radar: What You Need to Know About Apple’s New iPhones

Apple made headlines with the announcement of the newest generation of iPhone, the iPhone 8, but also the addition of the game changer the iPhone X.  These are some of the key things to know about these high powered smartphones before they are released. X is 10 Apple celebrates iPhone’s ten-year anniversary with the release […]

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Wearable Technology For Health and Wellness

Constantly evolving technology is changing how we live our lives. From managing our schedules and social lives to tracking health and wellness, the average person in the 21st century relies on smart devices to help run their life. As technology improves, the features that are available to us today become more and more useful. Technological […]

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TED Talks: The Best of TED for Business, Tech, Marketing and More

Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action “People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it. If you talk about what you believe, you will attract those who believe what you believe.” Elizabeth Gilbert: Your Elusive Creative Genius “I think it’s better if we encourage our great creative minds to live.” Richard […]

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2017 Tech Roundup

Nintendo Switch Gaming giant Nintendo’s newest console the Nintendo Switch is a system that adapts to almost any type of play. Designed for both portable use and home use, the Switch was launched in March 2016, along with the highly anticipated game “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”. The Switch comes with what […]

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Everything You Need To Know About India’s Smartphone Market

India’s population currently stands at around 1.3 billion people. That number alone puts them in the perfect position to be one of the most sought-after markets, regardless of what the product or service in question may be. Now known as being a huge target audience for technology products, India has reached new levels of smartphone […]

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The Next Big Thing: The New Acesse Phone 1.0

  Mobile phones have come a long way. Back in 1984, the world’s first commercial cell phone, the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, set customers back $3,995 (that’s roughly $10,000 in today’s prices). A full charge, which provided 30 minutes of talk time, took about 10 hours. Over the years, cell phones underwent a number of different […]

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