On September 19th Apple released the much-anticipated iOS 11. This operating system upgrade comes with numerous UX/UI changes designed to help the consumer. It is being dubbed as one of the most radical and progressive iOS updates that Apple has released in a long, long time. Given all of these changes being released to millions […]
By now I am sure that most of you have heard of the digital personal assistant. It is quite possible that you don’t know it by that name. That is right, I am talking about Siri (Apple), Cortana (Microsoft) and Google Now (Android). These are the 3 main digital personal assistant technologies that are used […]
In this week’s post, we look at the ongoing legal battle between the FBI and Apple as key tech companies weigh in, Google’s scary-but-awesome image tracking software and take a peek at LinkedIn’s first TV commercial.
“Your password must have at least 16 characters, including at least one lowercase and one capital letter, one number, one special character and an underscore. But no dashes. And you have to change it every three months. Oh, and it can’t be the same as your name, birthday, social security number, or last seventeen passwords.” […]
By now most of us have heard the story of late Apple founder Steve Jobs declaring “thermonuclear war” on Google’s Android operating system. That war, it seems, is in full effect on multiple fronts. Of course, there is Apple’s recent patent infringement victory over Samsung in court (a decision that could have multi-billion dollar implications), […]
Apple’s recent launching of its own mapping software, to replace the default Google Maps on iPhone and iPad devices, has been described by industry pundits and observers as the latest escalation in a war that is heating up between the two technology giants. Both companies have been focusing on mobile for several years now, and […]