Engadget reported today how Samsung moved 500 engineers from its mobile division to other departments, including its home electronics, networking and software sections.
Today, Apple unveiled its new iPhone 6 and larger iPhone 6 Plus devices (pictured above). It was a lot to take in (2 hours), and apparently the live stream was spotty, so I leaned on my colleagues (UX Architect/BA Collin Prior and Director of R&D Garett Rogers) for the highlights.
Sept. 1 update: Bloomberg reports Apple is teaming up with Visa, Mastercard and American Express to launch its mobile wallet integration.
TechCrunch reported yesterday (Aug. 13) on Starwood Hotels' two R2D2-like robotic butlers (called "Botlrs") serving guests at the company's Cupertino Aloft Hotel.
Engadget reported today that Hilton is launching a new program to allow customers to use their Android or iOS device to unlock your hotel room door.
TechCrunch reported today that Google announced a new licensing deal with Novartis to introduce "smart" contact lenses that can help diabetics track their blood glucose levels.
Yesterday (June 25), was the Google I/O Developers Conference in San Francisco and I had the pleasure of attending on behalf of iQmetrix.
Google announced its new "Works with Nest" developer program yesterday (June 23), which, according to the company "makes it possible for your Nest devices to securely interact with the things you already use every day, both inside and outside of your home."
9to5mac reported Friday (June 6) that Apple is partnering with AT&T and T-Mobile to begin selling prepaid and month-to-month plans for the two carriers in Apple stores.
The MIT Technology Review reported Tuesday (May 20) that a French company, SigFox, hopes to build a new cellular network in the San Francisco Bay Area with a unique twist: This network will be exclusively for things.
"We’re rushing headlong into the era of cheap cell phones," wrote Mat Honan of WIRED on Friday (May 16). Honan argues that phones like the $129 Moto E or the $80 Alcatel OneTouch Evolve (pictured above) offer a wealth of specs and features without the intimidating price tag.
A new infographic from Wearable World News (May 6) shows the vast array of wearable devices already on the market, the brands behind those devices and the different categories of wearable devices.
Engadget reported Wednesday (April 15) that Pioneer will be marketing aftermarket CarPlay-integrated stereo systems as early as this summer.