Posts made in October, 2017

Airlines continue to improve the mobile passenger experience

By on Oct 29, 2017 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

The modern age of the smartphones that we now take for granted began a decade ago with the 2007 release of the Apple iPhone (running the iOS operating system), and in 2008 with the HTC Dream (running the Android operating system). Today, some 51% of the world’s population are unique mobile users, according to data highlighted by global Internet media company...

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Iphone X only for very patient

By on Oct 28, 2017 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

x Embed x Share CLOSE The iPhone X is expected to sell out fast–Jefferson Graham has tips on how to navigate the pre-order sales process on #TalkingTech.   You can leave the tent in the closet. There’s no need to camp out outside Apple Stores to nab an elusive iPhone X, the new flagship device from the iconic smartphone maker. There may be a few...

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Google Pixelbook review: Clean design with impressive performance you’ll have to pay for

By on Oct 28, 2017 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

Google’s Pixel line is no longer just an expensive Chromebook, a seemingly forgotten tablet, or a smartphone lineup. The Pixel namesake is Google’s line of premium devices, spanning multiple form factors. The Pixelbook is one of the latest entries into the Pixel line. The Pixelbook runs Chrome OS, is powered by an Intel Core i5 (or i7) processor, and up...

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Apple’s iPhone X Sold Out In Minutes. But That Doesn’t Mean It’s a Hit

By on Oct 27, 2017 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Reported production problems point to a small first batch. On Friday, Apple allowed people to start preordering its flagship iPhone X model a week ahead of its November 3 launch. However, those who wanted to receive the tenth-anniversary iPhone on that date had to move fast—the initial supply sold out in minutes. According to CNET, it took all of 10 minutes for some...

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Google’s Pixelbook is a pretty ad for Chromebooks

By on Oct 27, 2017 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

What if Google doesn’t really care about selling Pixelbooks? The company’s newest high-end laptop, available October 31, is the idealized version of a Chromebook. It is well designed, secure, fast and flexible. Starting at $999, it’s the finest hardware you’re likely to find running Google’s PC operating system, Chrome OS. Despite the...

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