I’ve been fortunate enough to attend CES once before so this time around I will have a slight experience advantage in my favor. The first time around I was so in awe of the entire event and Las Vegas in general that I wasn’t really able to take all the technology in like I would have liked. This year, however, I’m preparing and planning and doing my best to create something of a schedule that will help me to ensure I get a chance to see all the cool technologies and events at CES 2014.
It’s not just adults who love technology. Kids are getting into all things nerdy at earlier and earlier ages! While some parents feel that this might impede their imagination or inhibit their social skills, I am personally a huge advocate of children using technology often and early.
If you have a little boy or girl who’s eyes twinkle at the mention of iPads and robots, then we’ve got a an excellent tech toy gift guide just for you!
Google Glass excited all nerds every, even if only a little. If you had $1500 bucks and free weekend to blow you could be the proud beta-tester. But for the rest of their world there are some things that you might consider all alternative, naemly Cyclops Gear CgLife 2. It’s not a replacement but it should help quell the need for hi-tech eye wear, or at least the video function. Sporting up to 1080p HD video with audio recording and UV400 polarized lenses these glasses should easily capture all your daily adventures with ease.
Admittedly, I am not as gushing as many of the Apple fan girls and boys, but I totally dig my iPhone, iPad, and even my Apple TV. But these are just a few examples of how much we full on Nerdgasm over all things Apple. So when a product is released that throws a beat down on one our Apple products we figured we owe it to you to let you know. For this very reason, and well, because it’s awesome and CHEAP, we wanted to provide you with a Google Chromecast review take some time to tell you why Chromecast may be a better option than Apple TV.
If you are anything like me then you just must have to newest, fastest, and coolest phone as soon as it comes out. Then you, my friend, are most certainly in luck. AT&T has a new plan just for us tech junkies. This gets us one step closer to being able to inject that sweet sweet technology directly into our veins. This new plan dubbed AT&T Next will allow you to get a new phone about once a year instead of two years with out having to make a new down payment. The cost of the down payment will be offset by added fees each month details can be found on IGN.
Audi is ushering in a brand new generation of connectivity, with the super-convenient Connect System. This is an elaborate system that combines the practicalities of satellite navigation with ‘everywhere to everybody’ Wi-Fi capacity. When the German carmaker originally conceived of the idea, iPhone users and demanding internet users were surely top of the target audience.
One of the most popular post on this blog is 13 Awesome, Unique, and Nerdy iPhone Accessories. But despite my efforts to convert many to the Apple ‘dark side’ there are some who are faithful to their android pocket computers. Truthfully, I understand. But, at this point I’ve been saturated in the iOS market so much that it would be very difficult to switch. I just expect my phone to operate a certain way. It’s not that Android and Windows devices are not as good as iPhones, they are just different.
This post if devoted to those of you who beat to a different smartphone drum.
One of my favorite things about the Kia Rio is the available UVO Technology (Powered by Microsoft®) which gives you features that were once only reserved for high-end luxury vehicles.
Here are just a few of the features that are part of this package:
Latest Bluetooth Technology
Innovative USB Jack
And much much more!
Today’s generation of cunning college students are more connected and inquisitive than ever. It’s a good thing that smartphones came along to help satiate their quest for knowledge. Young adults are far more likely than their elders to use the internet to look of information, in the middle of the conversation, in a manner that many may find rude or annoying. But they seek out the information they don’t already contain within their head and are constantly longing for more information.
While most would be thrilled if their 5 year old could read, Apple’s little contribution to the world has blow nearly all expectations out of the water. What else at age 5 had made such a significant impact to technology and the way we communicate?
There is no denying that the iPhone has certainly made an impact on the world. In just 5 years the iPhone has helped smartphones transition from the quirky gadgets of nerds to a near necessity of modern society.