Monthly Archives: "April 2013"

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According to a new report from the Financial Post,  Jefferies analyst – Peter Misek believes that Apple will likely launch a larger screen iPhone 6 in June 2014. Mr. Misek has a very strong track record in predicting future Apple products, hence this rumor should not be taken lightly.  Peter Misek prediction on the larger screen iPhone has some credibility as a result of Tim Cooks recent comments. “Our competitors have made some significant tradeoffs in many of these areas to ship a larger display,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said on the earnings call.Read More
Based on its features, the SnapShots App looks like an essential Photo-App for your iDevice. According to the developers,”SnapShots delivers a streamlined multimedia sharing experience by making it simple to take pictures and videos and share them with other SnapShots users and social forums.” “Who really wants to spend hours, if not days, searching through countless photo albums, or calling and texting friends to find the pictures and videos they want? With SnapShots, everyone at an event can upload their pictures to one place, and relive the moments together whenever they like,”Read More
Today, Philips has unveiled the Philips dictation recorder app, which transforms Smartphones into a professional dictation device. According to the website, the dictation app allows users to record, edit and send dictation files directly from their Smartphone. “Thanks to modern telecommunications and our new solutions, you can record your dictations wherever you want and send them immediately to your office,” says Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions.”Just imagine: you are sitting at the airport, dictating and sending, and by the time you arrive, you have already received your finished text document by email.Read More
Mark Gurman, the King of Apple leaks on the web, has published two really nice scoops on Apple’s yet to be announced  iOS 7 and OSX 10.9 operating system. According to Gurman, OS X 10.9  will burrow more features from iOS with any radical change to the current user interface. Gurman on OS X 10.9: OS X 10.9, which is internally codenamed “Cabernet,” will focus on various “power-user” enhancements and take core features from iOS, according to our sources. Unlike operating system updates such as OS X Leopard and OS X Lion, OSRead More

Posted On April 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured, Google News

Google Now Comes to Apple iPhone and iPad

Today, Google has launched their popular predictive search app Google Now on iOS. Google Now provides users the right information at just the right time. According to the iTunes update page: Weather and traffic conditions before you start your day Updates on your favorite sports teams and breaking news stories as they happen TheNextWeb is reporting that some features present on Android have not made it to iOS: Many of the Cards that Google has created for Now on Android have not been ported over, with some notable exceptions. The followingRead More
Top 10 Free iPad Medical Apps for Health Care Service Providers Since the iPad was first introduced a few years ago it has been widely successful in the medical industry. This is a fact attributable not only to its ergonomic design but also it is a kind of its own gadget that is replacing old paper and pen based clipboard with its amazing free medical apps. The iPad’s success in the medical industry has seen proliferation of medical apps available nowadays on the iPad platform that are focused on healthRead More

Posted On April 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Featured, Tech News

Report: Facebook Usage in Major Markets has Peaked

According to a new report, Facebook has seen a decline in the number of visitors to the site in major markets in the last month.  The study conducted by data analysis firm SocialBakers, shows that the world’s largest social network has lost six-million US visitors, a 4% fall and a 1.4 million decline in the UK visits, a fall of 4.5%. “The problem is that, in the US and UK, most people who want to sign up for Facebook have already done it,” said new media specialist Ian Maude at Enders Analysis. “There is a boredomRead More
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A new study published by J.D. Power and Associates shows that Apple’s iPad tablet continues to dominate when it comes to consumer satisfaction. According to the press release, “the study measures tablet owner satisfaction among those who have owned their tablet for one year or less. Satisfaction is measured across five key factors (in order of importance): performance (26%); ease of operation (22%); styling and design (19%); features (17%); and cost (16%).” Here are some of the key findings: Tablet owners who also have a smartphone spend 36 percent more time browsingRead More
iPhone 5S
  Hiro  @ Hiro5723 (via has published a purported image of a document, which indicates that the iPhone 5S is coming to KDI this July with iOS  7. According to the report, mobile branch AU of the Japanese telecom operator KDDI suggests that the release of the iPhone 5S is scheduled to be released in July. Suffice it to say, the authenticity of the image has yet to be confirmed, and probably never will, if you consider what Apple CEO Tim Cook said on the Company’s recent earnings call. According to Tim Cook,  Apple is working on “amazing new hardware,Read More
How Does New Medical Technology Affects Health Care Costs? New medical technology affects health in many ways. The benefits of these new technologies are the most well-known but there is a cost effect that underlines each successful break through. New technologies in the medical field are always welcome because they help to transform lives and safe lives. This is because they have made it possible to treat diseases and conditions that were considered terminal. For example, Implantable Cardioveter Defibrillator (ICD) system has facilitated the treatment of cardiac arrest. The deviceRead More

Posted On April 27, 2013By Anne PrantelIn Editorials

6 Cool and Incredibly Useful Medical Gadgets and Apps

6 Cool and Incredibly Useful Medical Gadgets and Apps Medicine is one of the most vital fields in life where technology plays a key role. It is probably the first place you will see newest medical gadgets and apps based on advanced technology in the world at any time. Generally, technology should help human beings live a better life and derive the benefits of the best available medical care. For instance, there are several medical gadgets and apps that help speed up accurate and precise medical analysis in medical labs.Read More

Posted On April 26, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Amazing Apple iLens Concept Photos

  Here is some superb photo of what a camera may look like if Apple ever start making cameras again. These concept photos come to you courtesy of Rishi Soman. iLens features a touch screen ultra-thin interchangeable lens camera, 4.8-inch Retina display a dual-lens system  and iLens equipped with a 50mm fixed focus lens and a zoom lens / telephoto lens, to give users with a range of shooting options. The iLen will also  feature near-field communication (NFC) capabilities, allowing users to easily share photos. Many of us remember famous quotes from Steve Jobs’s biographyRead More