Industry analysts have been wondering for a couple years now whether smartphone innovation has finally stalled. After all, flagship smartphones have largely been the same monolithic slabs of glass and metal with sleeker design and upgraded specs for a while now.
Mobile devices have become ubiquitous over the last eight years, and most people now own more than one. When you travel, all of them come along with you, and they can add up to quite a handful.
It’s undisputed that regular exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. According to the CDC, regular physical activity can:
The expected iPhone 7 debut from Apple is less than two months away, but rumors around the highly anticipated phone have been trickling out since January. Now that the date is getting close, we’re even starting to see some purported images of the device leaking onto various blogs and forums around the Internet.
Pokemon Go is not the first app to delve into the realm of augmented reality. There have already been four games on both the Android and iOS platforms based on your smartphone’s ability to detect your location in the real world and fill it with virtual content that you can access via your smartphone.
Pokemon Go is taking America by storm. From eager children exploring a new Pokemon game to nostalgic adults recapturing memories of youthful hours spent on a black and white Gameboy, Pokemon Go has people of all ages walking around outside with their phones out, looking for cute little animated critters.
How many times has this happened to you? You get a brand new mobile device, you carefully take it out of its box, lovingly admire it, hold it as if it were a newborn baby, and the moment you step outside with it, it slips out of your hand and falls on the concrete. Probably…
We all want to get fit; that’s no surprise. The problem is our ability to motivate ourselves to get fit. After a day of work, or taking care of the kids, or running errands, all you want to do is sit and relax. It’s hard to get those running shoes on and go for a…
Things disappear all the time. It’s inevitable, and it’s a fact of life. Unfortunately, one of the things that seems to disappear all the time is your mobile devices charger—of course usually right when your phone is about to die.
Only 33% of adults get the recommended amount of physical activity each week. The statistics for children don’t look much better either. Only 33% of children are physically active at all every day and many of those that are physically active do not get the recommended 60 minutes of activity a day.