Out of Stock: iPad Mini & iPhone 5

On November 3, 2012, Posted by , In Innovation,Tech, tagged in , , With 3 Comments

It seems it is an entirely new era for Apple. Even if the world hadn’t learned about Steve Jobs’ passing away and Tim Cook taking over the direction of the company, one need only take a look at the latest developments chez-Apple to notice things have definitely taken a new…

The Pros and Cons of iOS 6

On September 22, 2012, Posted by , In Gadgets,Innovation,Software, tagged in ,,,, , With 2 Comments

So it’s that time of year when Apple presented the new iPhone to the world with a unique keynote (others would call it a sales pitch). Aside from mentioning the new iPhone 5 now that everyone is talking about it, let’s focus more on the iOS update. Even though there…

Self Improvement Everywhere

Technology has always been there to make our lives easier. Get things done quicker, with less hassle and of course with better quality. But today, with a smartphone being a lot of people’s personal savior, apps do almost everything, everywhere. However, something that can be noticeable and trending in the…

Scribble Away on Google

On July 31, 2012, Posted by , In Brands,Innovation,Web, tagged in , , With No Comments

Article first published as Scribble Away on Google on Technorati. Lately, there are more practical ways for you to input information on your smaller screens, especially when it comes to Google products. Not only has  for Android been recently released, but now you can scribble on your touchscreen for whatever it is you’re…

Introducing Bottlenose

Article first published as Intoducing Bottlenose on Technorati. Without a doubt, the king of search engines doesn’t need to be introduced. It has become a verb and even an adjective. Google has been top innovation for quite a while now. This said, it also bases search results on keyword relevance and geolocation,…

After a $500,000 Price Tag, Digg is no More

Article first published as After a $500,000 Price Tag, Digg is no More on Technorati. After being born in 2004 as a very promising start up, and taking over $45 million dollars in rounds of investment, Digg has finally come to a halt. It has been sold for merely $500,000 by New…

Photo Marketing

On June 28, 2012, Posted by , In Advertising,Brands,Innovation,Web, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Every day more and more you can notice small changes across the web. There’s no doubt exponential growth is here to stay and well… grow! It’s been a long time since Kotler’s 4 Ps are no longer the magic formula for marketers. Outbound marketing has been long dead. Instead, consumers…

Facebook’s App Center, Switzerland of Apps?

On May 14, 2012, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Innovation,Social Networks,Web, tagged in ,,,,, , With No Comments

Facebook’s user volume presents so much opportunities, that a lot of them, perhaps even the Facebook staff or Zuckerberg himself haven’t discovered yet. One of these opportunities was app development and support. It has been done for quite some time now. However, Facebook had much more potential than that. It…

Social Media vs Apps, or both?

We are living an era in which traditional media is not trusted nor is it profitable anymore. People don’t read the paper; they scan through their iPads or smartphones. People don’t watch TV, they watch TV shows or movies on multiple, Internet connected screens (although the movie theatre experience is…

TEDx Zapopan, Independently Organized

My dedication to watch TED talks started at an Innovation course when I was in college. The main idea behind these talks (even mentioned in their logo) is to share ideas worth spreading. All kinds of speakers with different backgrounds, topics and fields of study have spoken here. Anything from…