The list comes to us courtesy of Marques Brownlee who really puts in a great deal of effort to figure out who reigns supreme in this regard. The categories are plenty and last year, it was Apple’s knight in shining armor, the iPhone that really struck it big. It won three different awards for leading categories and then we heard the device doing not so great this
Which Smartphone Has The Best Camera? The Results Are Out Thanks To This Expert’s Test / Digital Information World
Users are on the lookout for a device whose smartphone camera entails all the features that give crisp and clear results and are similarly convenient to use across the board. So which device reigns supreme? Was it the ever-so-popular iPhone 14 Pro or not?
The test is dedicated to finding the best
The Covid years led many organizations to finally understand just how important digital transformation was to their business future. That includes the way companies market their products and services to other firms. But now, there’s a rebalancing taking place in the advertising business, with firms merging the best of digital with the physical world of customer relationships that remains critical.
“In many ways, we are getting the opportunity to build a new model, with the starting point being Covid in defining what that is,” said Michael Park, chief marketing officer at ServiceNow, in a recent CNBC CMO Exchange interview with
Smartphone addictions seems to be cause for less self-control and other psychological ailment / Digital Information World
Since smartphones have become an important part of our everyday life, according to the International Journal Of Environmental Research and Public Health, the excessive use of smartphones can be a reason for negative thinking and less self-control.
Moreover, Researchers like Rosa Fabio, Alessia and Riccardo Lo Faro initiated research to find if excessive
Hit Amazon Prime TV series “The Peripheral,” based on William Gibson’s novel of the same name, depicts a grim planet Earth in the year 2099, when a much-reduced human population relies on artificially intelligent robot servants and virtual-reality headsets allow people to travel back in time. (There are also invisible cars).
Some of the technologies the series depicts exist in embryonic form today — such as Amazon’s AI bot Alexa or Meta’s Virtual Reality headsets. But, if you think the show’s Armageddon prophecy is just science fiction, think again.
There are many real-life advancements currently in development that could upend
This world was not built for the likes of Marcel, the stop-motion-animated minuscule shell who sports pink shoes. Riding in a car makes him vomit repeatedly, unreachable itches make him scream, and typing a single word using a laptop keyboard becomes a full-body workout. Marcel, voiced by the actor and comedian Jenny Slate, can be terribly naive and, given his predilection for corny one-liners, unnervingly candid. (“Guess why I smile a lot?” he observes. “’Cause it’s worth it.”) Among the aspirational, larger-than-life personalities dominating the big screen, Marcel is a curiously unassuming star: In the mockumentary-style Marcel the Shell With