The idea behind a virtual assistant is to make our lives easier, to be our second brain, and to help us accomplish our daily tasks more efficiently.
Google Now is the newest contender in this arena. Its voice control software allows you to find information quickly and accurately. The assistant even predicts information that you might want based upon your location, or what is in your Gmail account.Continue reading
In February this year users were given six seconds to inspire, amuse and impress through the video app Vine. Since its launch Vine has become the most used video-sharing application.Continue reading
We all like to keep track of things – from our diets, to our exercise regimes and our budgets. We call it quantified goal setting and achievement. Users want to know exactly how far they have to go, and exactly how far they have come.Continue reading
One of the first things most people do in the morning is check their phones, whether it’s to check their email or to see what’s happening on social media sites. We cannot deny that mobile phones and social media have become an essential part of our everyday lifestyle. A new iOS app has been released called ‘Days’ built by Wander.Continue reading
We are living in a world where self-image is very important, we are constantly taking photos, deleting them and re-taking – all in the quest for the perfect shot.Continue reading
As times have changed so have our habits and social protocol. Back in the day when settling up at a restaurant it would be the norm to pay by cash and then leave a tip with the change you get back. Now majority of the time we pay for things with our bank cards so that change is never around when thinking about leaving a tip.
Ryder Kessler has invented a nifty little device called the DipJar and that allows users to leave a tip using their bank card, which seems like a fairly neat solution for an increasingly cashless economy.Continue reading