Saturday, September 23, 2017
Blog Page 1693
lg-new-monitors
Recently LG Electronics has announced that a new line of "UltraWide" 21:9 monitors during CES 2015 . LG will introduced a new design that includes a curved, Mac-compatible 34-inch IPS monitor. It will also feature Thunderbolt 2 connections, making it compatible with the latest version of the MacBook Pro with Retina display, the Mac Pro, and the new 5K iMac. LG is marketing this model...
T-Band
If you don't like the way that most smartwatch companies design the face of the watch? If you don't like the Android Wear smartwatches and you don’t think the Apple Watch is going to do anything to change your mind. You might be willing to put something intelligent on your wrist, but you don’t want to replace your watch with some ugly gadget. There is a band...
MasterCard-Apple-Pay
The city of New York is examining the options of start using Apple Pay as a form of payment for parking fines. This is in an attempt to make it easier for citizens to pay for the eight to ten million parking tickets it issues a year, according to MarketWatch, moving from an outdated system where tickets are paid online, in person,...
ios8
After a recent court battle in regards to iTunes, now Apple is facing a new class-action lawsuit in California, this time from users unhappy about how much storage space iOS 8 takes up on their devices. The reason for the class-action lawsuit is because iPhone user have a complaint that focuses not only on newer iOS devices like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but...
Gmail_logo
There have been reports that in China, access to the Gmail website has been blocked. But now the Chinese government is also blocking access to Gmail through apps on smartphone and tablets. The block affects not just the official Gmail apps, but also accessing Gmail through third-party apps.   Google expressed in a statement: "We've checked and there's nothing wrong on our end."     Traffic to...
google
In the past year there has been a lot of Google searches and each state has it's own unique personality. Estately, a real estate search site, recently put together a revealing graphic that attempts to prove this using Google searches. What did the denizens of each state Google more than those of any other state in the country throughout 2014? You’re about to find out. Using Google Trends, Estately found...
att-tmobile
Recently, the FCC made settlements with both T-Mobile and AT&T over mobile “cramming” chargers. The reason for the charge is because of “cramming” which stemmed from third-party services from “premium SMS” providers for wallpapers, ringtones, horoscopes, celebrity gossip, and more. recurring monthly charges onto your bill through ringtones, trivia, horoscopes and more. In October, AT&T agreed to pay $105 million to settle up...
WACOM INTUOS CREATIVE STYLUS
Apple has received a new patent by the USPTO on today that describes a stylus that will allow a user to write on any surface, and translate it onto their iPhone or iPad. The feature set is similar to the Livescribe 3 Smartpen, that works on Livescribe Dot Paper by using an onboard camera. However, the technology Apple has applied for sounds...
Apple-Campus-2
With the constriction of Apple's new campus, there are plans to include a century-old historic barn at Apple Campus 2. As part of the land reclamation initiative, Apple has decided to keep the historic Glendenning Barn intact as part of the build, reports the San Jose Mercury News. The barn dates back to 1916 and bore witness to Silicon Valley's boom. The building...