Nintype is hands-down the best iOS fast-typing keyboard you’ll find in the Apple store. This app takes the functionality of all its competitors, along with several innovative features and combines them into a completely cloud-free productivity increasing keyboard for your iOS devices.
The following 4 productivity extensions for Google Chrome are a must for anyone working in business.
Coin allows you to put all your credit and debit cards on one place. Seems like it would be pretty convenient right? Learn more about my good and bad experiences with their current beta release.
“For 60 percent of the world’s population, regular internet access is about as common as flying cars…But where the internet has failed, the Outernet hopes to succeed.” Learn more about this exciting new device that will offer free Internet access — forever!
Looking for the best budget model 4K monitor for the home or office? Perhaps you want the biggest and baddest 4K monitor available? These 6 brand spanking new 4K gushers are bad to the bone! Learn more about their features and specs, pros and cons, etc.
Osseointegration surgery promises new hope for amputees of all kinds, giving them more freedom of movement than ever.
It’s only a matter of time before smartphone technology replaces seeing-eye dogs. This new app represents a major step in that direction, as well as human generosity and compassion!
The HoloLens from Microsoft may hold the promise to usurp the ever-popular Google Glass. Heck, they might even become cool and relevant again like they were back in the 90’s!
StoreDot has finally whittled down the size of their revolutionary smart device batteries (and accompanying charger) enough that soon we’ll be charging our phones in less than 2 minutes.
Imagine the possibilities for this technology. Soon we’ll be able to implant our entire bodies into every game imaginable: wrestling, soccer, hockey, UFC, boxing… the sky’s the limit!
The following list contains 20 surprising tech and marketing trends that will be gaining traction this year.
Infinit allows users to transfer mega gigs (even terrabytes) of data at no cost to users, using uber-secure encryption key technology. This service has been touted “The Microsoft of P2P Technology.” Also, it’s Kim Jong Il approved!
I had a chance to personally check out the Amazon Fire TV set-top box over the holidays. This device promises fun entertainment, blazing fast navigation, and, in my opinion, better workflow at home when using smart devices to get things done.