After the widely acclaimed introduction of the iPhone 6, Apple Watch and Apple Pay a month ago, Tim Cook is ready to take a victory lap. But the energy surrounding this week’s expected roll out of a new slate of iPads and new MacBook and iMac models is significantly lower than that of a month ago.
Unlike September’s big iPhone, Apple Watch reveal, this time there don’t appear to be any paradigm shifting announcements in store.
Gaming makes up the lion’s share of the mobile software world, with consumers buying games more frequently than any other type of app. And with the recent launch of the large screen iPhone 6 Plus and Thursday’s expected introduction of a souped-up iPad, Apple could become an even larger player in the category.
The robots talk to each other. They talk to the other devices on the assembly room floor. And they give the people overseeing them regular reports about what’s going on.
Green crops and fields are pretty essential to its business model — and to help farmers ensure they see a lot of green, both when they look out the window and at their bank accounts, the farm equipment giant has launched an IOE-based platform called Field Connect.
There are plenty of young minds at work that didn’t make our list, because they’re largely unproven, but they’re still doing some pretty amazing things at this early stage in their life.
This collection of teen and preteen superstars—they’re all younger than 20—come from a diverse set of backgrounds and focus on widely different fields. But they all stand on the cusp of greatness … and they’re definitely worth keeping an eye on.
Both Intel and ARM have introduced new processors for integrated devices — from refrigerators to cars — designed to help connected devices generate and transmit data. And both are hoping the technology serves as a building block for a wide variety of applications.
The so-called prepper community has a long list of concerns—and for quite some time Ebola has been near the top of it. Experts, though, are split on whether the confirmation that the disease has entered the U.S. will spur a rush in equipment sales.
Even as awareness of doomsdayers grows thanks to a reality series on the National Geographic Channel, sales of supplies like canned food and hand-cranked flashlights had actually begun to level off before Tuesday.
And since Ebola has been on the community’s radar for so long, many people have already stocked up.