For drawing, scribbling, writing, Paper for iPad, whatever you need to do, a stylus can be a great help in our touchscreen world, helping keep your screen clean and your movements precise. iPad and smartphone-users know this all too well. But as you'd expect, there are tons of options if you're in the market for a stylus. Everyone wants the best bang for their buck, quality and a reasonable price, and we've tracked down the best. Our list will outline the 5 best styli for the iPad and smartphone.
We at TechNorms try to be calm people. We take things as they are, roll with the punches, and try to let things fall as they are. Insert whatever cliche you want to describe it. We keep things light, especially when it comes to technology. Phones and tablets are fun gadgets, not serious life decisions. However, we recently saw some news that broke our cool. According to a report from a South Korean news source, the next Galaxy Note could clock in at 5.9 inches of screen. It could also join the market at a much more reasonable 5.7-inch diagonal.
There was a time when Nokia was the leader of the smartphone global market and chances of matching the Finnish company seemed less likely to become real. But the launch of Apple’s iPhone back in 2007 changed the smartphone game, with Apple taking small but safe steps towards its historical leadership. And about 5 years later, the Cupertino based company succeeds in surpassing Nokia and Samsung and become worlds’ number one smartphone maker. How Apple became the Market leader in 5 years According to the latest research by Strategy Analytics, published earlier today, global smartphone shipments grew an impressive
According to a Deutsche Bank analyst, we might soon see two new iPhone models as soon as September. Chris Whitmore recently issued a note to his clients describing to them the strong possibility of Apple designing one altogether new iPhone 5, for the high range of smartphones, as well as an iPhone 4S, a simple incremental upgrade to the iPhone 4, to try and gain ground on consumer-level mid-range smartphones, where Android rules uncontested. The analyst at Deutsche Bank stated that “With Nokia and RIM struggling, the time is right for Apple to aggressively penetrate the mid range smart-phone market (i.e.
USPTO approved yesterday a patent describing multitouch technology, filled by Apple. Originally entered in 2007, the patent was just given the seal of approval, giving the California-based company the weapon to destroy all other tablet and smartphone manufacturing corporations. The patent filing takes claim to “a portable multifunction device with one or more processors, memory, and a touch screen display; displaying a portion of web page content in a stationary application window on the touch screen display…” but more importantly “…detecting a translation gesture by two fingers on or near the touch screen display; and in response to detecting the
Consider this scenario – you are reading/viewing an interesting article/video on your computer, but you need to go someplace. You can continue reading the article on your smartphone, but the process of sharing a link from your computer to your device is quite tedious. You need to copy and paste the link in an email and send it to your own email address. Then you need to open your email inbox on your cell phone and then click on the link to continue reading. Wouldn’t it be great if this process can be reduced to a Single click? Well, the
After the embarrassing failure of the so-called Social Media phone – KIN, and the lack of updates in Windows Mobile 6 (6.5 was a decent, but late update), Microsoft seemed to be losing ground in the highly competitive smartphone market. Especially since Apple came out with the iPhone and Google’s Android making fast inroads in the market. Microsoft, it seems, is back with a vengeance. They have taken a liking to the number 7, or maybe its quite lucky for them. After the amazing ongoing success of Windows 7 OS, Microsoft has launched Windows Phone 7 which has all the