Staying in shape is hard work. As the tech savvy community that we are, we spend most of our time working in front of our computers and mobile devices. As a result, we often let our health take the back seat, never really finding the time to go to the gym or a fitness class… Continue reading Top 10 Apps to keep fit & stay healthy
Nowadays more and more people are using smart phones to access the internet. The rise of the mobile is undeniable and perhaps the future of the web lies on mobile devices. It seems that almost everybody has a cell phone these days, and with the growing adoption of smart phones, more and more people are… Continue reading Preparing your website for mobile devices
Times are tough for BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion (RIM). But maybe there are some reasons why it's still too early to count RIM out? LI professionals have different opinions on this point: «I've lost faith in them - look to be a "one-hit wonder". They dominated the business device market for over a decade with… Continue reading Do you think there are solid reasons to keep the Faith in RIM, BlackBerry?
CES 2011 has delivered the goods on tablets, mobile phones, next-gen PCs and much more. What's the highest-impact news from the show? Callum Finlayson, Management consultant at AP Benson says: «There was nothing that really stood out significantly in my opinion. Nothing radical, nothing's changed, no breakthroughs, no amazing innovation. The most high impact things… Continue reading People say: What’s the highest-impact news from CES 2011?
Not so long ago no one was sure if Android would ever be relevant. It made its debut in the fall of 2007, and for the first 2 years of its existence Android had a tough time making first steps. It got its big break last November with the release of the Motorola Droid on… Continue reading Whose lunch does Android eat?