Karen Sparks

    • The Wait Is Over. Samsung Launches Bixby Globally

      Samsung’s virtual assistant came up with the S8 and S8 Plus and is now starting to grow on a large scale. Voice controls have already been launched in more than 200 countries. In a world where Siri, Google Assistant, Alexa, Cortana already exist, and how many more virtual assistants,...
    • WhatsApp: the status function is out and it is full of colors

      WhatsApp continues to introduce new features to its application, some being copied from one of its direct competitors namely Snapchat. This is the case with the status function, which now allows WhatsApp users to add background colors to their text message. Owned by Facebook, WhatsApp never stops copying many...
    • Amazon wants to deliver with a new concept in just 2 minutes

      Faster, Higher, Farther: In online commerce, the most important factor is the success of a company, namely the speed with which goods are delivered. Amazon is one of the forerunners in the delivery speed and has been offering a delivery service for some products and regions for the same...
    • LinkedIn will make creating videos within the mobile application

      With the video gaining more relevance in social networks, LinkedIn does not want to be left out and will integrate the possibility of creating videos from the mobile application itself. The year runs well for LinkedIn, the social network focused on the business world, which reached in April the...
    • HTC fails to end revenue decline streak

      HTC extended an eight-quarter revenue declining streak. Net revenue for the second quarter of 2017 was $64.23 million, a slight reduction of 3.9% from the $66.87 million that HTC reported in the previous quarter. This generates a loss of 7.8 US cents per share in the second quarter, compared...
    • Sony uses technology of the 90’s in the controls of the PS4

      Immersion Corporation, a company specializing in vibration technologies, believes that both Microsoft and Nintendo have left Sony behind when talking about the rumble and vibration technology in their respective controls. Immersion president and CEO Vic Viegas made this statement to the company’s investors during the earnings presentation in Q2...
    • Creator of the rules for passwords admits wrong guidance

      Typing a password can be a bigger headache than people think, especially for corporate employees who are forced to use complicated, hard-to-remember passwords filled with random numbers and symbols. Today, 14 years after it was published, the man who created the rules for a secure password admitted he was...
    • Firefox maintains recovery and exceeds 12% market share mark

      Microsoft web browsers, Internet Explorer (IE) and Edge, maintained the downward trend in July, but at a slower pace, perhaps giving some hope to the software maker that the worst may be far behind. According to data from data applications company Net Applications, the share of IE and Microsoft...
    • Apple’s rosy outlook points to the pre-orders of iPhone 8

      Apple’s optimistic forecast for the current quarter suggests that a new iPhone as last seen until the end of September will come to the market. In response to the expectation and the recent quarterly figures, the Apple stock after US stock exchange on Tuesday increase by more than six...