Tag Archives: iphone

Facial Recognition

Can Facial Recognition be Dangerous?

FACIAL RECOGNITION – In 2017, our faces are more html than biological. New facial recognition software can do everything from pinpointing your ethnicity, to your emotions and even predicting what you will do next. As biometric technology becomes more sophisticated, governments and private companies have been building tools

Battery Life

2016, the Year of Faulty Battery

Battery Life The shortcoming of  battery in 2016 devices was a real deal breaker (and recall enforcement). We got to see a lot of tech gone wrong this year. So rounding up a particular tech-issue for the year was tough…but of course, we could leave

granular design

How the Supreme Court Defines “Granular” Design

Granular Design vs. All-Encompassing Apple and Samsung have been at war over patent and layout designs for over 5 years now. This past month, the Supreme Court sided with Samsung and ruled against Apple in the design patent case. Here’s why it’s changed the landscape

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My 3 Year Old iPhone 5s Works Better Than Ever

I’ve seen countless articles about iOS updates breaking iPhones. Here’s the opening line from a Huffington Post article: Ever wonder why your iPhone seems to slow down after a few years? Why the once-amazing device gets cranky and struggles to perform basic tasks or load