SpireTech Blog - Tag: Mobile
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In a world where technological advances pop up everyday in news-feeds and broadcasts, the annual T3 Gadget Awards is a microcosm of all of these advances in one place. Like the Oscars for Technology, the T3 Gadget Awards nominate the most cutting-edge gadgets out today. With past releases like the iPad 2, Microsoft’s Kinect and huge advances in gaming, it’s worth a quick note to show some of the most important revelations which have taken place in 2011. Over 960,000 votes, together with the final tabulations of a 6 person expert panel, determined the winners. Here are just a few of the more interesting revelations, as well as some interesting–if not ironic–choices for winners.
One of the most interesting aspects of the Awards are the categories themselves. They run the gamut of technology, and aren’t completely focused on gadgetry. For instance, there’s the Best Retailer award and even the Gadget Personality of the Year award.
The first time we heard the news that Apple was coming out with the next iPhone, we were as giddy as schoolchildren. We all hoped that that it was going to be a game changing iPhone 5. But, alas, it was not meant to be. Instead, and with much fanfare, we got the iPhone 4S and we could only help but ask – is it just an iPhone 4 with a few more bells and whistles? Would it truly be worth the long wait in line?. Was the 4s destined to be revolutionary or evolutionary? This is a brief look at the 3 most noticeable upgrades found in the iPhone 4S.
Maybe the most noticeable of the iPhone 4S upgrades can be found in its speed and power. The 4S features a dual-core A5 chip found in the iPad 2, which makes opening apps, loading the browser, scrolling through home screens and countless other procedures much faster and smoother. Read more...