At this point, many people are already convinced that the point-and-shoot market is more or less dead. It used to be a thriving market, especially in first world countries earlier this decade – when everyone was looking for the clearest, sharpest pictures, and wanted cameras that they can just pull out and snap a photo with at a moment’s notice with. They were handy for casual and social photography, which often involves taking photos of your friends or something interesting so you can share it with everyone else over the Internet.
Everyone usually has a gadget or two within reach, especially when they’re on the go. In fact, everything is going so fast these days that many people take their smartphones or tablets with them everywhere, so they can work from anywhere – even from bed. It’s a common joke these days that everyone is turning into “pod people” because we are always ducking our heads down to check our devices for one reason or another.
For hardcore paper fans, the tactile experience of reading a book can never be replicated by an e-reader. Thankfully, manufacturers are coming up with ideas that try to meld the experience of reading a book with the experience of reading through tablets. Here are some of the reasons why e-readers are becoming more like books:
Nowadays, gadgets can range from anything – a phone, a web browser, a digital camera, or a gaming device. Even smartphones and tablets can now be described as gadgets primarily used for playing games. Android, iOS, and Windows platforms are filling up their app stores with truckloads of games which can render your living room gaming console obsolete.
In its bid to penetrate the US market, ZTE has been launching budget-friendly phones that will appeal to the price-conscious customers out there. The Anthem 4G for MetroPCS is no different.
Anyone who’s been online over the last few months has probably heard about it—Apple rolled out what was basically a disaster on wheels in the form of their Apple Maps app. iOS 6, designed to be a major iOS upgrade to go along with the brand new released Apple products (the second new iPad of the year, two very promising models of iMacs, the brand new Apple iPod Touch, and of course the much-talked about new iPhone), seemed promising. It looked as if Apple could do no wrong… until they decided to debut their own Maps app. It was such a catastrophic move that Apple became the laughing stock of the Internet for at least two weeks.
Parents always want the best for their young ones. And while you want your children to enjoy their Nintendo Wii U console, you still think of their safety as kids. With the new version of Wii being stashed under your Christmas tree, you have to check out these simple tips on how to protect your kids when playing with their newest Wii console.