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2012 Olympics: Mobile, Social, 3D and Green*

July 28, 2012


With as many as 4 billion people expected to watch the London Olympic games over the next two weeks, organizers have made many high-tech improvements that will captivate and elucidate viewers with four times more information produced than the Beijing Olympics. The U.S. Swimming Team has quickly shown how technology can play a social role in […]

LG Out-ThinQ’s Samsung in Smart Appliances

September 6, 2011


Samsung’s appliances may be Smart, yet LG’s are Smarter. With both presenting their Smart Appliance strategies among 235,000 attendees at IFA’s Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin, LG’s Smart ThinQ™ outperformed Samsung’s “Smart Innovation in the Home.” Each company also demonstrated their newest Smart Refrigerators and Smart Washing Machines in their ongoing race toward market share […]

Top 10 Features that Green Smartphones Must Have

July 18, 2011


Have you ever wondered where all the old cell phones go? Unfortunately, nearly 32 cell phones per second are turning into e-waste because no more than 10% have been recycled each year. That’s over 1 Billion per year that are buried in landfills or elsewhere. If cell phone makers realized that e-waste from billions of […]