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Top Tech June 2018

Top Tech June 2018

Written by Bryan Bryan Ware - June 25, 2018 in Software

2018 has been a fun ride so far up to June. As technology becomes more and more a part of our lives, we should all bask in the light of what to expect for the future. 

Janurary 2018

Augmented Reality (AR)

I’ve long agreed that augmented reality would outpace virtual reality, and this year’s CES event reinforced that for me. Don’t get me wrong—VR is still growing, but is sort of taking a back seat. For now, though, know that AR is likely to explode this year, providing experiences that immerse users while keeping them connected—many of which will be available on mobile, another plus.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/danielnewman/2018/01/16/top-18-tech-trends-at-ces-2018/#4c455c58452f

Feburary 2018

Artificial Intelligence—in Everything

Not just with Alexa and Google Home, but AI can be found with every aspect of our lives. AI, unsurprisingly, was everywhere at CES, and many trends on this list fall into that vein. This will be the year of “smarter” everything—smarter products, smarter vehicles, smarter processes, smarter consumer goods, smarter tech solutions, and even smarter cities.

Amazon alexa ai

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/danielnewman/2018/01/16/top-18-tech-trends-at-ces-2018/#4c455c58452f

March 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung's new Galaxy S9 and S9+ are definitely iterative updates over last year's dramatically redesigned Galaxy S8 series, but that's not a problem. Instead of going back to the drawing board altogether, Samsung focused on fixing a lot of the issues while making drastic improvements to the camera experience and retaining everything that made the last generation so great.

Source: https://www.androidcentral.com/samsung-galaxy-s9

April 2018

4G Connectivity Will Land on the Moon!

2019 looks to be an exciting year for astronauts as they will soon be able to connect to the internet via 4G while on the moon. Vodafone Germany and Nokia are teaming up with PTScientists to “support data transmissions from lunar rovers” (those space exploration vehicles that travel on the surface of the moon). The plan is to send a small device (1 kg in weight) to the moon that will be able to transmit data and set up the very first HD video stream from space. We’ll also be hoping for a live tweeting session and moon selfies from the space explorers!

Source: https://www.immmr.com/blog/top-tech-news-march/

May 2018

LG G7 ThinQ

After delaying its launch, LG officially unveiled the LG G7 ThinQ recently. While it might not shake up the smartphone industry like some other recent releases, LG has a solid product here that should definitely be on your shortlist if you’re considering a new smartphone.

The LG G7 ThinQ, with its long name, packs a pretty run of the mill spec list for a 2018 flagship. Under the hood, you’ve got Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage with Android Oreo on board. The phone offers up a glass/metal build, rear-facing fingerprint sensor, IP68 dust/water resistance, as well as a 3,000 mAh battery and both quick and wireless charging.

Source: https://9to5google.com/2018/05/14/best-android-phones-may-2018/

June 2018

Blink Intelligent Video Doorbell

Manage your front door with confidence with the Blink Intelligent Video Doorbell. Powered by batteries, this wireless security system gives you a live view from your front door from anywhere in the world. The Blink Doorbell connects to your home’s network so you can always tune in. In addition, the smart system is armed with a motion detection sensor. When someone rings the bell or approaches your door, you get an instant alert right to your smartphone. Plus, the camera offers brilliant footage even in the dark with the infrared night vision. The weatherproof system stores everything it captures in the cloud for free so you can review it at any time. With a special price for previous Blink customers, this system is also extremely affordable.

Source: https://thegadgetflow.com/portfolio/intelligent-video-doorbell/


Bryan Ware

Web Developer

I am co-founder of Ware Repair. I primarily work all the digital and web presence but also work on computers, phones and other projects at Ware Repair. Other then being a web developer at Ware Repair, I am also a web developer at Scheels Corporate Office. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

Website: www.ware.repair