Obstacles behind Apple sapphire iPhone6 screen

In the year leading up to the release of Apple iPhone 6, Apple invested more than $1 billion in an effort to make sapphire one of the device’s big selling points. Making screens out of the nearly unscratchable material would have helped set the new phone apart from its competitors. When Apple announced the iPhone 6 this September, however, it didn’t have a sapphire screen, only a regular glass one. And a month later, the small

Hack Sony Pictures Servers

  Sony Pictures Entertainment’s computer network has been breached in a hack that reportedly forced the company to completely shut its systems. A Reddit poster and alleged ex-Sony Pictures employee has uploaded an image, which he claims appeared on all of Sony Pictures’ computers screens Monday. The image says the system has been hacked by #GOP, which stands for hacker group Guardians of Peace. The image contains a ransom-style message, claiming the group will release

How technology changes the way we plan and experience events

Events and event planning technology are evolving into new, dynamic formats. Old models are falling away and technology is giving both planners and event participants an opportunity to grow and revisit the underlying ideas about how event spaces work. “It’s been fascinating watching just how fast things have changed,” said Brian Solis, principal at Altimeter Group, at a New York conference this year. He spoke about next steps and generational shifts in the ways we

5 simple ways to organize your Google Drive

Google Drive is like your closet — you stash all your stuff there, but it’s not exactly organized. The storage service lets users save files like documents, forms and photos. Depending on your storage space, you have a lot of room to play with, which makes it infinitely easy to create clutter. However, there are dozens of little things you can do to clean up your virtual closet. From color-coding to using the “Starred” folder,