Every year, Apple's ubiquitous iPhones top the industry charts for power, performance, and customer satisfaction. Granted, the very high-quality Samsung Galaxy phones are often not far behind (or even tied in some instances), but aside from the admittedly sexy Galaxy, the iPhone consistently blows all other Android phones out of the water. The smooth integration … Continue reading You no longer have an excuse to not get an iPhone
Although leaks and peeks had been circulating for months, last week we finally got all the official information about Apple's newest smartphone, the iPhone 7. And, with the first batch set to arrive this Friday, we find he culminating question of the tech world this week: should I upgrade? Unfortunately, this isn't as straightforward an answer … Continue reading To iPhone 7, or Not to iPhone 7? That is the Question.
Well, September 7th has come and gone, and just like every year, Apple delivers another disappointing upgrade cycle for their ridiculously over-selling, most profitable product ever (which has apparently sold 1 BILLION units. Come on, you iSheep. Stop drinking the Kool-Aid). Here is a list of 10 things I hate about the new iPhone, and why … Continue reading 10 Things I Hate About the iPhone 7
How to Kill Civilized Society in Two Easy Steps: Give everyone in society free and total access to say anything they want about anyone else without any possible chance of repercussion. Make it an App. As I'm sure man of you have heard by now, a new App called Peeple will be released November, and you should be worried … Continue reading How to Kill Civilized Society in Two Easy Steps
Forget the eye-candy Apple Watch. Forget the impossibly-thin MacBook. Forget the new, industry-standard, USB-C port. And especially forget the rumors about the iPhone 6s. As impressive as all of these products may be, they are nothing compared to the most important product to come out of Apple in years: Research Kit. I know, "Research Kit" sounds … Continue reading The Most Important (but Least Talked About) New Apple Product
The Cable Companies are scrambling. They are losing subscribers for the first time since they started doing business, and they are losing them fast. In the third quarter of 2014 alone, 150,000 subscribes canceled their subscriptions and didn't move to a different company. Instead, they went the cord-cutting route of Netflix, Hulu Plus, and other online services. … Continue reading The Age of the Cord-Cutters