Author Archive | Adam Pothitos

Essential

Andy Rubin unveils Essential phone

Andy Rubin, perhaps best known for developing Android, has been quite busy since he left Google in 2014. In 2015, he founded a new company called Playground Global, a tech incubator which focused on hardware startups, particularly in relation to AI and machine learning. As part of that incubator, Andy also created Essential Products, a […]

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Portable Music History

The History of Portable Music

Take the phone out of your pocket, open any music app or YouTube, and you instantly have access to millions of different songs at your fingertips. Portable music history has truly reached a fantastic point but things were not as easy as this. The early days of portable music history When attempting to define “portable […]

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Live Events

Technology integrations are transforming live events

A couple of decades ago, “technology” was not something that integrated seamlessly into our daily activities or something that was ubiquitous in both our professional and personal lives. Today, it seems that the word “technology” can be attached to practically anything. Major innovations, new devices, and rapid advancements have made technology practically omnipresent in ways […]

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Health IoT

IoT & Wearables: Health

The fact that technology has largely influenced medicine is no secret. Medicine remains one of the most technologically advanced fields and innovations continuously pave the way for remarkable applications. Health IoT & and wearable technologies present some promising opportunities too. Though applications are very limited right now, health IoT devices and wearables are likely to […]

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Google IO

Google I/O roundup – Keynote tidbits

Google’s annual Google I/O developer conference is still going on but all of the big announcements have already taken place. The company had quite a few revelations to make, including some surprises. Here are what we consider some of the most important bits from the conference. AI takes centre stage If the Google I/O conference […]

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Mobile Office Suites

Mobile Office Suites – Microsoft vs Google

Google: Better design, collaboration tools, faster for simple tasks, syncing across everything inside the Drive suite, Gmail best app. Microsoft: Most powerful and feature-rich by far, native environment similar to desktop, complex file-editing, takes up a lot of storage space. There was a time when productivity in mobile devices was considered a pipe dream. Today, […]

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Google Fuchsia

Google’s Fuchsia OS looks like a redesigned Android

Google’s Android has dominated the mobile market for quite a few years. Its smartphones, ranging from budget devices to expensive flagships, can be found pretty much everywhere. However, the company has been quietly developing a new in-house OS dubbed Fuchsia. Fuchsia OS first made an appearance back in August. Back then, it was nothing more […]

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Samsung Bixby

Getting Started with Samsung Bixby

As you have probably heard by now, Samsung Bixby is the electronics giant’s answer to virtual assistants like Google Now and Siri. The assistant arrived with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the company was adamant that it would be one of the phone’s most powerful features. Today, we will take a look at what you […]

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history of headphones

The History of Headphones

Walk down any city street and you will see dozens of people listening to music on their headphones and earphones. As is the case with most tech accessories we use in our daily lives, headphones are not given much thought except when you actually need them. Headphones have a very interesting history which goes back […]

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Virtual socializing

A revolution in virtual socializing may be arrriving

The older generation often likes reminisce about an age where socializing and technology were only indirectly intertwined. The cliché of people, particularly of a younger age, glued to their screens while the sun outside is shining is well played-out, after all. However, one could argue that socializing is simply evolving with the times. Instead of […]

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Music wearables

IoT & Wearables: Music

One of the industries where IoT and wearable manufactures have intensely focused on is music. The innovation in this particular market is astonishing not because it is always ground-breaking but because it is grounded in reality. Unlike other areas, many music wearables provide adequate functionality already. Today, we will take a wide look at some […]

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