Security specialist Palo Alto Networks released a report on Sunday detailing a new form of iOS malware. This new demon is called “KeyRaider,” and it’s responsible for stealing the account information from over 225,000 Apple customers. Its specific target is jailbroken iOS devices, so if you haven’t made this change, you’re OK. (more…)
Technological innovation engenders recommerce opportunities. One need only look at the current iPad predicament to understand this longstanding truth.
In many respects, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are technically on par or better than the iPad. The three factors that have typically set the iPad apart are its larger size, longer battery life, and a slight performance boost over the iPhone. (more…)
There seems to be two types of people in this world, the Apples and the Androids. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, and both will tell you that their hardware is far superior. Apple took a big hit recently when a design flaw caused the new iPhone 6+ to bend in people’s pockets. Competitors jumped on that and could not wait to exploit the flaw in their advertising. While companies like Samsung may have been laughing then, they may change their tune when they see Apple’s newest patent. (more…)
Consumers are aware that when the newest iPhone drops there is always a rush of demand. The newest mobile releases from Apple, namely the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, were no different from the company’s previous releases. Yet the supply for these new devices is taking longer to catch up with demand than had been the case with any of Apple’s previous releases. (more…)
A lot happened in 2014 from a consumer electronics perspective. Phablets went mainstream, the first true laptop-tablet hybrids (laplets?) emerged, and the fall of a consumer electronics giant (Nokia) occurred. But any discussion of 2014 is incomplete without considering a still-mighty force in the consumer electronics industry: the smartphone. (more…)
We will forever remember 2014 as the year phablets went mainstream. When Apple entered the fray with the iPhone 6+ in September, the giant ensured that phablets were going to become a part of everyday life. But what else happened this past year for the innovative phone-tablet hybrids? We’ve got the lowdown on the best phablets of 2014. (more…)
As 2014 comes to an end, we thought we’d review some of the consumer electronics industry’s hottest, most innovative products. Phablets, tablets, smart watches—2014 was chock full of surprises for tech-savvy consumers on the go. To stay ahead of this bevy of enticing products from the biggest players in the field, consumers are going to trade in their old devices. This means, of course, that there’s never been a better time to implement a profitable recommerce solution.
As we approach the end of the year, one thing is clear: Google and Apple are not about to stop fighting over the title “Best Tablet.” Apple’s iPad Air 2, released on October 17, has faced a significant challenge from Google’s Nexus 9, released just two weeks later and the new Windows Surface Pro 3, released in June. The three were the hottest tablets of 2014, and they’ve been fighting over customers ever since.
But which is better? Let’s take a look. (more…)
Rapid technology advances in consumer electronics have unearthed an interesting development in the field: the convergence of previously separate categories. The year 2014 has seen Apple enter the phablet (phone-tablet combination) market with the new iPhone 6+, while Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 offers the first true laptop-tablet combination. These developments should matter to any small businesses dealing with consumer electronics, and could seriously influence your recommerce strategy. (more…)