A lot can happen in a week! Despite the Apple Watch being talked about for nearly a year it seems all of a sudden there is a collective realisation that this is actually going to happen, and all the focus seems to be pointed towards the luxury Apple Watch. So will Apple disrupt the luxury watch makers?
Huawea revealed last week their plans to launch a Windows Phone-Android hybrid smartphone later this year which means if you have one of these phones you will be able to switch between the two Operating Systems whenever you like and access Apps built for both platforms. But will this ever get to market?
When it comes to wearables it is Google that seems to be standing tall. There is already lots of hype surrounding Glass, then there is the SmartWatch that is meant to be launched in June this year and now they have announced that they will be launching their SDK to developers in the coming weeks. So what does that mean?
There are only two mobile operating systems that matter, iOS and Android. There was some excitement years ago when Microsoft announced its partnership with Nokia that just maybe the Windows operating system would become another major player in the mobile OS space. That was until yesterday when Nokia announced at the Mobile World Congress the X family of Smartphones that runs on a forked Android OS, so what does that mean for the future of the Windows phone?
The Galaxy S5 when it is launched in the next 2 weeks will come with a fingerprint scanner. There should be no debate around this topic because they have no choice, if the flagship phone from Samsung does not have this feature then it is not worth launching. The real interest is how they plan to deliver this feature.
There is a lot of buzz around the reports that Adobe and IBM released on the devices that consumers were using to purchase online as part of the Black Friday and Thanksgiving in the US. In case you missed it the key point is that the iPhone and iPad’s drove 3.5 times more sales than Android.