Technology is great, right? It allows us to connect with anyone anywhere at any time of the day. Think about what it must've been like 200 years ago when you wanted to reach out to your parents while you were away at college or had just moved up to New York to chase your big … Continue reading The Sword With Two Edges
I haven't done a tech post in what seems like FOREVER. And I hate that I'm doing one right now. Yesterday, I found out that my external hard drive had died on me. Completely shut down. It had everything on it. Sure, all of my résumés are backed up via e-mail, as are some of my … Continue reading Taking Proper Measures
Most of my posts are for young professionals but this one is for those who are seasoned. In 1995, it made sense to ask your assistant to find something in your e-mail for you or remind you of something. But now, in 2016, if you are the owner of a smartphone, you can do so … Continue reading You Are Capable
A new version of Apple's smartphone and tablet operating system is coming out and Business Insider touches on what you should be looking for on iOS 9. Some of the artificial intelligence is a bit more than you may be comfortable with (everything from reading your email while the phone is ringing to reminding you … Continue reading The 12 best new features coming to the iPhone.
by Samantha Murphy Kelly Some of the best new features on iOS 8 are the ones you probably haven't used yet. That's because Apple has hidden a collection of new tricks and tools deep into its new mobile operating system, and many aren't easy to find. SEE ALSO: 7 Ways to Preserve Your Battery Life … Continue reading 14 Hidden Tricks and Tools in iOS 8
by Ewan Spence Britain is falling in love with wearable technology. Recent numbers from YouGov show the increasing adoption of personal tech in the country. Currently six percent of the UK population (roughly 2.8 million people) have some form of wearable device, be it a smartwatch, fitness band, or activity tracker. That number is set … Continue reading Britain Loves Wearables: One In Ten Set To Use Hardware As Wearable Tech Explodes
by Kurt Marko Recent events, climaxed by the biggest iPhone update in years, have caused me to ponder the use of mobile devices, whether smarthphones or tablets, in business where these indispensable consumer items (e.g. more people carry a smartphone than wear a watch) are still supplementary and subordinate to PCs in the workplace. The … Continue reading Working Mobile: Turning the iPhone or Galaxy Into Your Primary Workspace