Thought. It’s not a word I associate with Samsung’s ‘more is More’ smartphone strategy of recent years, but with the Galaxy S6 launch imminent the company really does appear to have its thinking cap on.
IDC’s latest numbers on last year’s smartphone market share make it clear - the smartphone wars are pretty much over, and only two champions are left. In the green corner is Android, in the blue corner
Apple’s iPhone event on Tuesday brought us the two new devices we expected — and not much else. At a comparatively subdued and small event, the company replaced last year’s iPhone 5 with two models: the
Thanks to BYOD, many Android users are already using their Android devices for work. Today, Google finally launched its play for businesses and filled in the gaps about its Android for Work platform strategy.
Want to make sure everyone at your next shindig has a copy of the itinerary? You'll probably want to snag the updated version of Google Calendar for Android, then. The refreshed app lets you associate
The Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke returned to the boxing ring on Friday at the age of 62, defeating a fighter less than half his age in an exhibition bout. Rourke sent 29-year-old Pasadena native Elliot
Selling phones is hard, but selling the weird Re Camera will be even harder "The smartphone is just the overture of HTC’s grand opera." Phones are now cheaply made commodities, and the company that makes
On Monday last week, Apple finally launched Apple Pay, the company's mobile-payment system that only works with the iPhone 6, 6 Plus and the latest iPads. (Though you can't use iPads for in-store payments.)
Small changes. Big results. Regular readers know I definitely believe in the power of hard work. As Jimmy Spithill, skipper of Team Oracle USA, says, "Rarely have I seen a situation where doing less than
This is the first in a two-part story on how to manage your mental energy to do your best work. Click here for the second article, “7 Types of Experience Your Brain Needs To Function At Its Best.” It’s
“The difference between the almost-right word and the right word is really a large matter–it’s the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.”—Mark Twain Whether dealing with clients, coworkers
In his final weeks as New York City mayor, Michael Bloomberg today announced that Harlem will soon be the home of the largest public Wi-Fi network in the US. The network will extend a whopping 95 blocks,
With Bitcoin now worth potentially more than an ounce of gold, I’m capping off my series of Bitcoin posts with an attempt to answer a recurring question. How to go about creating your very own crypto-currency.
fastcoexist.com - About the author Dev Aujla is the Founder of DreamNow, a charitable organization that works with young people to develop, fund and implement their social change projects. Dev works as a Director of Partnerships for Change.org and has worked for other leading companies that do good and pay well like GOOD Corps More
Apple Inc. (AAPL) is developing new iPhone designs including bigger screens with curved glass and enhanced sensors that can detect different levels of pressure, said a person familiar with the plans. more
How General Motors Was Really Saved: The Untold True Story Of The Most Important Bankruptcy In U.S. History
Editor’s Note: Lots of people–including President Obama–have trumpeted their role in the success of the government-backed turnaround plan that saved General Motors, the most important industrial company
Google is used by millions of people to navigate the web every day, but how many of us really put it through its paces? The Telegraph digs out a few of the search engine's hidden gems. 1. Calculator Google's
Yesterday Microsoft announced that Windows 8 had accrued 100,000 applications for its Windows Store marketplace. It was a nice milestone for Microsoft, even if the number itself is essentially meaningless