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1. Visual Search To Shop: Gimmick or Game Changing?

45.03%
September 1, 2014
...are trying to make "visual search" a reality, this seemingly simple notion remains elusive. Take Amazon, which made visual search a key feature in its new Fire smartphone The e-commerce company says the feature, known as Firefly, can recognize 100 million items. It's similar to a Flow feature Amazon has on its apps for other phones. ...

2. Pregame Film Study Shifts to Phones, Tablets

27.42%
September 1, 2014
...information overload isn't without its potential drawbacks. Having the video available at all times creates a type of work-school conflict similar to that of a business executive tied to his smartphone at home. NCAA rules limit players to 20 hours of athletic-related activity per week, though no such limit applies to voluntary time such as that spent ...

3. Instagram Branches Out with Hyperlapse

50.39%
August 30, 2014
...Instagram [has announced] a new app that will allow mobile phone users to easily create time-lapse videos. Hyperlapse, which launched for Apple's iOS mobile operating system, allows smartphone users to create time-lapse-style videos, typically composed of hundreds or thousands of photographs taken over a prolonged period of time. "Hyperlapse from Instagram features built-in stabilization ...

4. Get Ready for the Thermal Selfie

38.78%
August 30, 2014
...been creeping into the hands of sailors, electricians, plumbers and other contractors. But the cheapest stand-alone infrared camera costs $995 and doesn't come with all the fun doodads that the smartphone allows, such as quick image uploads to Facebook. Imagine this: "Hi everyone, this is what my fever looks like!" How It Works ...

5. Will iPhone Finally Catch Up with NFC Mobile Payment Ability?

60.28%
August 29, 2014
...widely rumored to be launching at Apple's media event Sept. 9, is reported to come equipped with near-field communication (NFC) technology, allowing users to pay for items by using their smartphone as an electronic wallet. The media event, announced Thursday with a press invitation bearing only the cryptic phrase "wish we could say more" and the ...

6. Apple Loses Bid To Block Sales of 9 Samsung Phones

25.4%
August 29, 2014
A federal judge has rejected Apple's attempt to block the sale of several older Samsung smartphones that copied features in the iPhone. Wednesday's rebuff comes nearly four months after a jury awarded Apple Inc. $119 million in damages for Samsung's infringements on ...

7. Apple Sets Sept. 9 Event: iPhone 6, iWatch on Tap?

26.53%
August 28, 2014
Save the date. Apple formally announced its long-anticipated “special event," will take place on September 9. The tech giant is expected to take the wraps off the iPhone 6, and ...

8. Samsung's New Smart Watch Makes Calls Without Phone

61.64%
August 28, 2014
...inherently better or worse than any of their other offerings. "I suspect there's limited demand for a 3G watch today, since it can't really replace a smartphone and for the price you might as well get a basic smartphone or buy one of Samsung's other watches." Samsung chose to run the Gear S ...

9. Amazon Could Be ESPN of Video Games

22.42%
August 28, 2014
...each month," said Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in a statement. The deal is the latest example of Amazon expanding into new commercial arenas. It introduced its own smartphone the Fire, this month. Earlier this summer, it added same-day delivery, a set-top video streaming device to its list of services for members of Prime, its $99 annual loyalty ...

10. Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law in California; Will Other States Follow?

50.63%
August 26, 2014
...soon include similar “kill-switch” technology. The legislation, approved by the California Assembly earlier this month, was signed into law Monday by Gov. Jerry Brown. While many smartphones already enable owners to remotely shut off some or all functions if the devices are lost or stolen, users can decide whether or not to take advantage of those ...
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Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
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HP Previews ProLiant Gen9 Data Center Servers
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Apple Set To Release Largest iPad Ever
Tech giant Apple seems to have adopted the mantra “go big or go home.” The company is planning to introduce its largest iPad ever: a 12.9-inch behemoth that will dwarf its largest existing models.
 

Mobile Technology Spotlight
Samsung Maps Its Way with Nokia's 'Here' App for Galaxy Phones
Korean electronics giant Samsung has opted to license Here, Nokia’s mapping app -- formerly known as Nokia Maps -- for its Tizen-powered smart devices and Samsung Gear S wearable.
 
Will iPhone Finally Catch Up with NFC Mobile Payment Ability?
Apple's latest version of the iPhone may have a mobile wallet to pay for purchases with a tap of the phone. The iPhone 6 reportedly is equipped with near-field communication (NFC) technology.
 
Visual Search To Shop: Gimmick or Game Changing?
Imagine using your phone to snap a photo of the cool pair of sunglasses your friend is wearing and instantly receiving a slew of information about the shades along with a link to order them.
 

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