Many people think whatever needed to be invented, is already here. As Justin Perry, Lead Pastor of MorningStar Ministries recounted, his smartphone now has RAM 10x the size of his circa-1960’s computer. Yes, we are actually living in the future that writers, dreamers, “oracles,” and “prophets” of old, could only dream of.
So now that all is said and done, guess where the tech giants are turning their sights to? The next frontier of computing: Alternative Intelligence and Robotics.
But the champions of the Sci-Tech arena like Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Stephan Hawkings paint a bleak future if we persist on this path.
As you’ve learned from our previous selfie articles, apps can make all the difference in capturing that perfect self-portrait. However, a phone’s front camera, as well as the built-in tools, can also help you look great, especially on social media.
Aside from the ever popular iPhone models which phone models from other manufacturers take awesome selfies? We at TechNorms decided to find out.
I was lucky enough to test drive the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S at CES this year. I instantly fell in love with it. Now, my entire approach feels like I’m a walking advertisement for Samsung, but honestly, I’ve been weighing the pros and cons of getting a Surface Pro and just could not justify the price tag.
With the Tab Pro S, you get a variety of features you’ll find in the Surface Pro and a little bit more and a little bit less. For some, it’s a perfect substitute; for others, it may not be enough.
My first experience with VR at CES was wild - not only did I get to see it myself but also got a chance to watch how others interacted with virtual reality for the first time.
Now, I have my own Samsung Gear VR. Here's more about my first experience with VR at home.< \p>
Let’s face it, selfies are the rage, from the Kardashians to Brock O’Hurn to girls and boys next door alike. In fact, Manny the Cat has joined in the selfie craze. And with that, one needs to be armed properly, with the right lenses, and the right apps to snap selfies with.
It’s undeniable that the iPhone is the standard in taking beautiful pics. Head to head with a Samsung, Business Insider’s Lisa Eadicicco was able to show that the iPhone just simply does photography better.
Of course, the selfie isn’t anything like snapping stunning photos of Iceland, or even chronicling last night’s sumptuous dinner. Beauty is always universal, and everyone wants to look good, so we understand why you would want to take your selfie game even further.
Aside from the iPhone’s already-excellent camera, the best picks in apps will help you achieve just that.