How Has the iPhone Changed The World?
Before the iPhone was released on June 28, 2007, it was Nokia that dominated the charts as top mobile fone company. Likewise, Blackberries were very expensive and were used by top executives. Computers were used for work-related purposes. The day after that, the iPhone went on sale, and since the. The world has changed. The iPhone was first released at a selling price of $600, which was considered a luxury price.
Today - five years after that - the iPhone can be seen even everywhere. They are used by executives and students alike. More than 217 million phones have been sold. Find out how else the iPhone has changed the way we connect to the world, today ...................... read more: http://articles.cnn.com/
Is Google's Voice Search Better Than Siri?
Siri has captured the hearts of many but with Google's search engine and voice app out, whatis a better choice? Analysis is out and turns out that Siri has recieved plenty of complaints from its users. Indeed tests by different firms mention percentage mistakes. One recent test by Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray asked 1600 questions, half of which were asked in a quiet room while another half in a noisier downtown street in Minneapolis.
The results showed that Siri got the questions right 83 per cent of time during the downtown noisy street situation, while it got the questions right 89 per cent inside the quiet room ............................ Read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/
Many Happy (and Appy) Returns From The iPhone?
The iPhone just turned five last Friday and most people ask, what has it done in the last five years? Indeed it has affected many aspects of the lives of many. The iPhone platform and operating system has inspire many thousands of applications that have entertained, provided news, show directions, locate friends and more. Before 2007, people never imagined being able to organize themselves with the use of their mobile devices or have themselves easily assisted by a computer phone.
Today, both top mobile companies of the past – RIM and Nokia – are driven to the brink of extinction, lest they speed up their game ………………………………….. read more: http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/