Meet SETI: Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) was launched in May of 1999 and they continue their efforts strongly through 2013. Now you are most likely wondering what SETI is beyond their acronym, many are, because with a lack of funding their persistent project lacks public support. SETI’s goal since its inception is to find intelligent life…

Mattel and Hasbro are Terrified Because Kids Want More High-Tech Gifts

In business, you make money if your target market likes what you’re selling them. What happens, then, if your target market stops buying your product because of new competition? You innovate. But first, you discreetly try to hide your fear and make no comments about your business. Ah, times have absolutely changed. Children of today…

Sony PS Vita is One of 2012’s Worst Product Flops

This time last year the gaming world readied itself for the release of Sony’s PlayStation Vita. Even though the device itself was a technological marvel, many were sceptical as to whether or not the Vita would overcome the stigma surrounding Sony’s hand held gaming efforts after the somewhat underwhelming PlayStation Portable (PSP). Unfortunately the Vita’s first…

Technology in the 21st Century

A Review of Technological Advancements since the Turn of the Century Personally, I’m surprised at the sheer amount of technological advancements in just the past few years.  I would say that there have been some serious innovations, not just improvements in the past twelve years.  So what areas have been the most innovative? Medical Fields Wireless Technology…

Samsung’s New Galaxy Ad is Actually Santa’s Fail

Samsung is on a Roll Who doesn’t love the funny Samsung ads making fun of brainless iFanatics? Well, I sure do. Samsung has again released another ad for it’s latest flagship devices, Galaxy S3 and Note 2. Unfortunately, the new ad doesn’t include any demeaning jokes aimed at Apple or its hardware;  instead it focuses more on Samsung’s devices….

Twitter Kicks Back: Updates to Mobile App are Oddly Familiar

Twitter Responds to Instagram with this… Twitter has officially updated its mobile apps bringing some cool new features to the Android. The new features include, editing your photos and eight new filters you will find very familiar. Twitter has also enhanced the photo support for its app, which will let users edit and crop their…

Why You Should Give a HOOT

Hoot it Loud for Your Small Business In a world where we are constantly inundated with social news – be it tech gadgetry, new applications, small business solutions, what’s hot, and not; it wouldn’t be unfair to assume that the inflow of online information can be daunting, especially in the world of small business. On a typical day,…

Ipad mini soars: 3 million sold in first weekend of launch

iPad Mini Soars: 3 Million Sold In First Weekend Of Launch

Apple Is Back: iPad Mini Rocks The Launch With its launch of the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad tablet, Apple reaped the rewards within its first weekend by selling 3 million units. The company did not release separate sales numbers for the two products. “Customers around the world love the new iPad mini and fourth-generation…