Forbes : consumer tech
16h00 08  mars
Closing The Gender Gap In STEM Inventions - A Conversation With Qualcomm’s EVP & President Of The Technology Licensing Business - Alex Rogers
Carolina Milanesi, Contributor
The lack of gender diversity in the innovation economy is impacting our ability to maximize talent negatively impacting GDP. Alex Rogers, Executive Vice President and President of Qualcomm Technology Licensing (QTL) tells me why this matters.
OnePlus Reaches For The Moon, Is Jimi Hendrix Next?
Ewan Spence, Senior Contributor
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has announced that OnePlus has a new partnership with world renowned manufacturer Hasselblad. The first beneficiary will be the upcoming OnePlus 9 Series handsets that will be launched before the end of March.
21h11 07  mars
Apple’s Latest Fall Is A Surprising Victory Against Old Adversary
Ewan Spence, Senior Contributor
Apple may have lost its place to Google in the desktop OS market, but there’s still a lot for the company to like in the market share numbers.
M1 MacBook Pro Slays Intel MBP On This Metric
Brooke Crothers, Contributor
The M1 MacBook solves a huge problem with previous Intel-based MacBooks.
Startup: Only Quantum Cryptography Can Save The 100 Trillion Global Digital Economy
John Koetsier, Senior Contributor
This is essentially quantum security as a cloud service, at gigabits per second.
Don’t Weep For The Discontinued iMac Pro. It Was Always A Stopgap.
Dwight Silverman, Forbes Staff
It looked awesome, was the most muscular iMac, but in the end, the now-discontinued iMac Pro was a placeholder product.
Security Researchers Probed 90,194 Amazon Alexa Skills"The Results Were Shocking
Davey Winder, Senior Contributor
Hey Alexa, how secure are your skills?
iOS 14.5 Poised To Launch With Exciting New Privacy And Security Features
Kate O'Flaherty, Senior Contributor
Apple’s iOS 14.5 is very close, and an iOS developer has just revealed another new iPhone privacy feature arriving any minute now. Here are the details, as well as a lowdown on the other security and privacy features launching very soon.
Advanced Audio Technology Is Helping People Hear More Clearly
Mark Sparrow, Senior Contributor
Hearing aids have come a long way in recent years and now use cutting edge microprocessors and Bluetooth technology to enable remote consultations with audiologists and latency times that are close to zero.
Google Says It Wants A Privacy First Web, Here’s What That Really Means
Kate O'Flaherty, Senior Contributor
This week, Google moved to end the third party cookie as it hailed the shift to a “privacy first” web. But with rivals such as Apple using privacy as a unique selling point, what does that really mean?
20h28 06  mars
Apple Will Replace 13-Inch MacBook Pro, Trends And Leaks Indicate
Brooke Crothers, Contributor
Fourteen is the new thirteen.
iPad: Apple To Adopt Stunning New Design Next Year, Report Claims
David Phelan, Senior Contributor
The iPad display technology may be upgraded in the coming weeks, but it looks like a bigger change, to an OLED screen, is on the cards for 2022.
Why You Should Stop Using WhatsApp: Critical New Update Confirmed
Zak Doffman, Contributor
WhatsApp’s privacy backlash exposed an alarming issue for its 2 billion users that seems impossible to resolve...
Why You Should Stop Using Gmail On Your iPhone
Zak Doffman, Contributor
Hundreds of millions of iPhone users warned to delete Gmail app after stark new data harvesting disclosure...
23h56 05  mars
Apple Loop: New iPhone 13 Leaks, Apple’s App Store Problems, M1 iMac Uncovered
Ewan Spence, Senior Contributor
This week’s Apple headlines; the latest iPhone 13 leaks, the stubborn lightning port, Google Photos bonus, pressure on the App Store, the M1 iMac, and more...
Android Circuit: Galaxy S21 Ultra’s Surprise Defeat, OnePlus 9 Leaks, Another Google Cancellation
Ewan Spence, Senior Contributor
This week’s Android headlines; Samsung Galaxy S20 defeats S21 Ultra, Android 12 features, OnePlus 9 leaks, Realme’s 5G delight, Google cancels beloved project, and more...
New Broadband Service Promises “Unbreakable” Home Connection, Even If Landline Drops
David Phelan, Senior Contributor
The latest Vodafone service to launch promises 4G connectivity built into home broadband so you are guaranteed to stay connected, with a price that undercuts competitors.
This Week In XR: Microsoft Mesh, Telepresence, Crowdfunding Record Set
Charlie Fink, Contributor
Microsoft’s new Mesh and real time telepresence are THE topic this week.
Razer Anzu Smart Glasses Want To Be Your WFH Saviors
Anthony Karcz, Senior Contributor
At 50 less than competitors, with true wireless, included swappable sunglasses, and blue-light blocking, these are the smart glasses to beat.
With Netgear’s Nighthawk M5 5G Router You Get What You Pay For
Mark Sparrow, Senior Contributor
The Netgear Nighthawk 5G mobile router is now on sale and offers state-of-the-art performance - including Wi-Fi 6 standards - for those who want the benefits of 5G wireless communications on the move.
Affordable Apollo Q10 Noise-Canceling Headphones With 100 Hours Of Battery Life
Mark Sparrow, Senior Contributor
The Tronsmart Apollo Q10 are a new pair of Bluetooth wireless headphones in the classic over-the-ear style.
The Biggest Wearable Technology Trends In 2021
Bernard Marr, Contributor
The wearable technology market has always been at the forefront of innovations. In this article, we look at the key trends in wearables for 2021.
Bulletproof Mindset: Tristan Jass On Basketball, Health And Blocking Out Negativity
Aswin Pranam, Contributor
T Jass reflects on where he’s been, where he’s at, and where he’s ultimately headed.
Dija Launches 10-Minute Deliveries As Online Grocery Space Heats Up Again
Jonathan Keane, Contributor
As grocery delivery continues its rapid growth, Dija, a fresh-faced London start-up, has launched its 10-minute services in areas of the city.
17h47 04  mars
How Canon U.S.A. Is Redefining How We Meet And Work Together
Dave Knox, Senior Contributor
I sat down with Tony Kano, EVP GM of Canon U.S.A. to talk about how Canon is embracing the creator community and why the experience of their employees in the early days of COVID led the company to launch a software to turn their cameras into webcams.