So as I’m browsing my Facebook Timeline as I often do at 3:00am, I come across a post asking a strange question. “Have you been opening a banana wrong your entire life?” Out of pure curiosity I decided to click on the link and what I saw made a lot of sense but never crossed my mind. When knew Most of us have been taking the wrong approach to opening a banana for SO LONG! This video also made me think about our approach to life in general. Many of us go through life repeating the steps of someone else who has traveled the path we presume we desire to tread. But if we were willing to think outside of established “norms”, evoke a our creativity and make our own path, we may just find that there are better, more efficient ways to achieve our goals; or even that the goals we chase might only need to be “turned upside down” in order for us to truly know success.
The All New HTC One. Probably, in my opinion one of the most anticipated launches of 2014. Check out the “Teaser” Video the apparently upgraded sound features of the New HTC One posted by TechCrunch.
Me Personally, the 2014 Expected Launches I’m most excited about, “iPhone 6” and the HTC One Two (Code Name M8)
Usually, with a big wireless trade show like Mobile World Congress, you can find a common thread that runs between all the most exciting phones and tablets. Not this year. Some vendors are in relentless pursuit of thinner and lighter, while others are leaning on standout software, or new hardware features such as waterproofing or secondary e-ink displays.
Still, the lack of cohesiveness doesn’t make for any less of an interesting trade show, and Mobile World Congress is still the one to watch as major vendors like Samsung, Sony and LG come to hawk their wares.
Here are some of the biggest from this year’s show:
Samsung Galaxy S5
Has Samsung finally reached peak screen size for its flagship phone? The Galaxy S5’s 5.1-inch 1080p display is just a tenth of an inch larger than the S4, making for the smallest size increase in Galaxy S…
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Apple’s Redesign of iOS from what consumers have grown to know and love could turn out detrimental to the companies second half devices sales. Or it could be a raging success! We’ll have to wait and see which side of the consumer coin this lands on…