Google I/O 2018 has been in the record books for over a week, as it happened on May 8, 2018 — yet people are still talking about the latest in Android P, Google Duplex, Google Assistant, Google News and more … Continue reading A Google I/O smothered with Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt
With Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook facing incredible scrutiny from the United States government, to Apple’s Tim Cook calling out the company and industry insiders lining up to tell you to delete your Facebook account are we missing the larger issue … Continue reading Let’s ask bigger privacy questions
On March 27, 2018, Apple let the world know that it aims to take on education. There are numerous reasons as to why getting into education is a good thing when you’re a large technology conglomerate: Device infiltration from an … Continue reading Apple March 2018 Education Event Breakdown
To-do lists, calendar apps all help you get things done and complete things on that worrisome epherial checklist. But that app or service you use will be different for everyone — is there a best? Maybe, maybe not. Tests I’ve … Continue reading Reminders for iOS — Why I switched.
APPLE!! This is your fault. You’ve started a terrible trend in smartphones and you need to fix it because as of Mobile World Congress it has officially gotten out of control. Background iPhone X was released last year with the … Continue reading You get a notch, you get a notch, everyone gets a notch!!
It’s that time of the year, Mobile World Congress 2018 and Samsung releasing another device to take the mobile world by storm — or will it? Quick Thoughts The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus look stunning and carry over essentially … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S9 Initial Thoughts
For years we’ve had countless members of our government, primarily liberals, that have spoken out against our lackadaisical firearm laws in the United States. Not only do we have some of the weakest laws on the planet, we also have … Continue reading Can technology reduce gun violence?