Author Archive | Adam Pothitos

Mobile streaming

Is mobile streaming about to take off?

Mobile streaming is an often-overlooked area of the games streaming market. When thinking about streaming, most people who consider themselves as gamers will bring to mind titles like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, Dota 2, Overwatch, and other similar titles which often involve competitive gameplay. However, there is a not-insignificant part of the market […]

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Mobile Browsers

Getting Started with Mobile Browsers

For many, the default mobile browser that happens to be on their phones is more than good enough. Chrome on Android and Safari on iOS work very well, after all, and many people do not even know everything about the features those two or other mobile browsers can offer them. In this article, we will […]

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Hydrogen One

Hydrogen One, RED’s foray into the mobile market, features a ‘holographic display’

RED, the high-end camera maker, has just announced its foray into the mobile market with a device that will apparently feature a ‘holographic display’. Coming from a company with a stellar reputation in the film-making industry, this announcement is unexpected but certainly interesting. The Hydrogen One, as the device has been named, will be positioned […]

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History of Apple

The History of Apple

Apple, the iPhone, and the iPad are some words which most of the world knows by now. The history of Apple, however, remains a mystery to many people, especially the younger generation who has no reference other than the company’s modern devices. The fact is, however, that the history of Apple goes back more than […]

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In-display fingerprint sensors

In-display fingerprint sensors to arrive next year

Biometric security features are popular with both manufacturers and consumers. Now, Qualcomm wants to take things a step further by adding in-display fingerprint sensors to smartphone by summer 2018. When fingerprint sensors originally arrived, quite a few people were skeptical about their usefulness, particularly because early models were more expensive than their counterparts. Now, however, […]

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IoT and wearables in the workplace

IoT & Wearables: Workplace

While many of the major tech companies have focused on the consumer side of IoT and wearables, others have recognized that there is a lot of potential in the enterprise as well. IoT and wearables in the workplace offer unique opportunities for new experiences within the office, in the interactions with clients, in gathering data […]

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Slack vs Microsoft Teams

Slack vs Microsoft Teams

A couple of months have passed since Microsoft Teams became available to everyone but many are still unsure about the service, especially when comparing it to its more established competitor. In the Slack vs Microsoft Teams debate, there are a few very distinctive points which will make your choice of one over the other much […]

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Chat Fiction

AI, chat fiction, and apps for different ages

When developing and marketing apps, there are countless things to take into account in order for the apps in question to be successful. For instance, developing a great app and marketing it to the wrong age demographics will all but guarantee its failure. Chat fiction apps are on the rise One does not need to […]

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Note-taking apps

Getting Started with note-taking apps

Technology advances in a rapid pace but human habits are hard to ignore. Note-taking, for example, is an ancient art that has been a part of life for organized human beings for centuries. Where technology can help is in the way we take our notes. Handwritten notes may be just fine for some people but […]

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WWDC 2017

Apple WWDC 2017 Roundup

The Apple WWDC 2017 keynote has now wrapped up. For those of you who did not manage to catch the event or did not want to sit through every announcement, we have compiled a list of the conference’s most important announcements right here. HomePod One of the biggest announcements of WWDC 2017 was HomePod, Apple’s […]

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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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