The Strategist
Innovation & Tools

Spotify launches in Playstation consoles - 03/31/2015

Music streaming service Spotify has announced its partnership with Sony Playstation to bring the app-based music jukebox on the Playstation devices. The service will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xperia devices from March 30 onwards. The app will replace Sony's own music streaming service, Music Unlimited. Playstation users will be able to link their PlayStation Network and...

Reviews About Galaxy S6 Points Out Its Pros & Cons - 03/30/2015

Galaxy S6 is under reviewers’ scrutiny, which may provide a clue to the market performance of the said product. Galaxy S6- 27 March 2015- Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 is going to be the pivotal point in the success story of the South Korea based company. The success of the said product can reserve the first rank to this company in the market of smartphones whereas the failure may lead to a further...

Force-field technology patent granted to Boeing - 03/25/2015

A patent for a Star Wars-like force field technology was granted to US-based aerospace and defense giant Boeing.   The technology, named Method and system for shockwave attenuation via electromagnetic arc, will use energy to deflect damages. This would be quite akin to the energy shields which protect troops and machines in the Star Wars film series.   The patent granted for this...

Samsung & LG: Bend and Fold - 03/25/2015

Samsung and LG revealed plans for the coming years. In 2016, Samsung is going to release flexible smartphone and LG will soon master a serial production of transparent displays for the advertising industry and household appliances. The new development would oust Apple and create serious competition to IPhone. Samsung expects to release a flexible smartphone in 2016  - the company spokesman...

Panasonic to share royalty-free software for Internet Of Things development - 03/24/2015

Japanese electronics giant Panasonic Inc is pushing the envelope to make Internet Of Things  (IoT) become a more visible reality. The company is in plans to provide its own software and patents to help the development of the next big thing in technology. The North American subsidiary of Panasonic will allow royalty-free access to some IoT software and patents from its products to the...

Tesla to release hands-free software update in Model S Sedans - 03/20/2015

Electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors Inc is planning to offer a new software upgrade in its Model S sedan which will essentially make the car run in autopilot mode, according to the company CEO Elon Musk. The hands-free steering upgrade will be available in three months’ time to the customers. The option could be optimized only when driving on freeways or major roads and this will be one of a...

Amazon gets approval to test drone delivery system - 03/20/2015

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the US has approved e-commerce giant Amazon Logistics to use drones for delivering customer orders in an experimental basis.   This approval from the US government’s aviation space regulator will allow the company to do more extensive R&D and crew training for the delivery system with drones, called as Amazon Prime Air.   The FAA...

Windows 10 to launch this summer - 03/19/2015

Following the news of the closure of Internet Explorer brand, US-based software company Microsoft has now announced its plans for the future, including the launch of Windows 10. The company, in the recent Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) event in Shenzhen, China, has announced that Windows 10 would reach as soon as this summer in 190 countries and 110 languages. The software...

Alibaba: Let me Take a Selfie - 03/18/2015

Founder of Internet giant Alibaba Group Jack Ma hopes that in the near future the process of making a payment will be as simple as making selfie, in the truest sense. At the presentation a new payment system, where the confirmation will be just a snapshot of the payer’s face, was announced. Selfie introduction is intended to ensure safety when making payments - the system is able to recognize the...

Microsoft to axe Internet Explorer - 03/18/2015

US-based software company Microsoft Corporation has finally put the death knell on its web browser Internet explorer. With competition steering ahead of the erstwhile popular web browser, Microsoft has given the go-ahead to completely scrap the Internet Explorer. Meanwhile, the company is looking at introducing a new, more-web-usage-friendly, modern web browser which they have codenamed...
1 ... « 30 31 32 33 34