Seems of late, every turn of corner reveals a new virtual reality device. A wearable that’s truly indicative of the term “wearable”, headgear. I’ve yet to get my hands on one, presentations have highlighted that they’re light on the head, stated by Samsung at this week’s Mobile World Conference (MWC). Usually when efforts go to highlight a negative that’s flavored as a positive, bells should sound. Continue reading “Virtual Reality and Your Health”
As a lover of tech from back in Palm Pilot days, like you, new tech excites. The endless possibilities, research and development these companies are doing to make our lives better, safer and convenient is surely welcomed. But, is there a line of demarcation, not to be crossed? Cars…Let’s take a moment to reflect, with a bit of humor tossed in.
Mobile World Conference (MWC) 2015 has started with a nice bang. New flagship smartphones, total re-designs and status quo with small newness. Continue reading “Samsung Pay, Never Leave Home Without It.”
Well, it’s 2015 and with each new year comes a new Mobile World Conference (MWC) and the introduction of new flagship devices. Samsung usually gets out in front of MWC, bringing its newest tech forefront, this year, the unpack event brought forth the S6 and S6 Edge. Continue reading “Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, The New Beginning.”
The Chromebook Pixel. How vivid the image remains of the day, nearly two years ago when UPS delivered that tech goodness to my door. My oh my, I surely felt after using the Pixel, that Google would shake the hardware world up for many years to come. Two things; One, their not doing that and two, the fact that I’m typing on that aforementioned Pixel has much to do with that now vivid image… Continue reading “Is Google Fading from Mobile Hardware Development?”