AeroMobil Flying Car Now Available For Pre-Order

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017
 
The mode of transportation that we have today helps us get from point A to point B. we have different options to get there- by land, by sea or by air. But when it comes to personal transport, people have the car as their main mode of transportation. The highway networks have allowed people to reach farther places then they ever could. But as technology develops, people of course may be looking forward to something
 

Data Indicates European Consumers Finally Embracing Electric Cars

Monday, May 8th, 2017
 
One of the challenges that most innovative technologies face is market acceptance. It is not as easy as trying to create the most innovative product and expect consumers to take interest and buy it. It takes quite some time for consumers to embrace a change in market sentiment with regards to newer technologies. The same can be said with the acceptance of electric cars. Although it has been around for decades, the
 

Expedia Buys Orbitz

Friday, February 13th, 2015
 
Travel-related sites have been doing quite some business online. It has grown quite big that we now see several players in the field trying to help people on their next vacation or travel plans. But it also has seen increased competition among the major players. It seems that there has been news lately that common competitors in the industry are consolidating to become a single and bigger company. That is recently
 

Tech Trends For 2014

Saturday, January 11th, 2014
 
It is just a few days into the New Year and the tech world is expecting something bright and exciting. Lessons learned and experienced in the past year in tech will find itself being corrected this year. When it comes to upcoming trends, various tech experts have a lot to suggest that will come out big this year. Here are some of the trends expected to become big in 2014. Cloud-Based Tools The cloud was once an int
 

Smartphones Now Take Up 70 Percent Of Teen Market, 79 Percent For Young Adults

Thursday, October 31st, 2013
 
It seems that feature phones are now going the way of the pager, if it has not already yet. More and more people now think of mobile phones as more than just a device to use for calling or texting. The market is becoming saturated with smartphones that allow users to do more than just calling or text messaging. Its versatility has made it popular and is pushing the feature phones out of business, at least in the US
 

High-End Smartphone Boom On The Decline

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
 
High-end smartphones like the iPhone have paved the way for the market segment to thrive and become popular among consumers. For the first time, consumers have a way to surf the Web and use a wide range of applications on their smartphone. It was an exciting new way of using a mobile phone. As a result, it also created revenue in the billions for Apple for several years. The new technology certainly did very well
 

Google Chairman to Sell 3.2M Shares

Saturday, February 9th, 2013
 
Google reported in an SEC filing that its Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt plans to sell around 3.2 million of Google’s Class A common stock that he currently owns through a stock trading plan. This would reduce Schmidt’s share in the company by around 42 percent. This transaction, using Google’s current stock price, is estimated to be worth $2.5 billion. The filing reveals that Schmidt, who rece
 

3M Develops Virtual LED Technology

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
 
Innovation seems to become scarce nowadays. But there are still some companies out there that specialize in offering innovations that have that potential to change the way we live. 3M, for example, developed what it calls Virtual LED technology that might just revolutionize the way future lighting may exist in home and offices. 3M Architectural Markets has recently entered into the lighting market by introducing a
 

Report: Facebook Fiasco May Deepen Investors’ Distrust of Stocks

Friday, May 25th, 2012
 
Facebook‘s performance in the stock market remains dismal at most as its IPO continues to be plagued by trading error and a 16 percent drop in the share price as of this writing. And with a recent accusation that institutional investors, trading insiders, and favored clients were given vital information before the regular investors could hear about it, FB might just discouraged many individual investors from
 

Facebook Falls Below IPO Price

Monday, May 21st, 2012
 
Is Facebook‘s IPO not living up to the hype? It is too early to tell, but just minutes of Facebook’s third day of public trading Monday shows that it has fallen as much as 13 percent below the initial price of $38. In fact, stocks in the social network company had decreased by 3.8 percent 30 minutes before the opening bell at $36.80. Shares opened at $36.53 and dropped by as low as $33. Analysts were