Most attention was given to Cook's scathing dismissal of Google Glass, but the CEO also talked about Jony Ive's input into iOS 7 ahead of next month's WWDC, Apple's recent acquisitions, and its designs on the world's TVs.
Green Tech once conjured images of science projects and inspired warm (but fiscally dubious) dreams. Now all that's changed--companies are putting billions into sustainability. In this edition of Fast Forward: An eco-friendly cellphone and flat screen TV that will save energy--and save you money.
The Tough Tech market is projected to grow to over $1.6 billion by 2011. The reason: the more mobile the technology, the more vulnerable it is to bumps and bruises. Manufacturers are responding with more rugged offerings. This edition of Fast Forward highlights some new road-tested products to secure your data.
Tech Hits the Road Automobiles are one of the least-forgiving environments for technology—from temperature and humidity spikes, to vibration and dust. But as tech has gone more mobile and businesses have required more of their mobile workers, some manufacturers have created car-ready gear that lets you take your digits with you.
Seeing Technology in a New Light Where information was once accessed by simply looking at a screen, now it’s accessed by looking at a really, really small screen. Ever looked at a spreadsheet on a 3-inch surface? Now technologists are creating new ways of looking at, and accessing, our data. Sixty-inch laser TV, anyone?