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REWIND: Social Issues- Trends that Define the 2000s

17 August 2016

REWIND: Social Issues- Trends that Define the 2000s

Trends that Define the 2000s

Only a decade ago the blackberry was just a fruit. Green was a colour with no political meaning. Reality TV was just crappy TV thrown in between bad videos on MTV.

The 2000s were quite the decade. The twin towers and September 11 2001 started off the drama of American politics and global upheaval in the middle-east. Was it all about oil? or was it also about more... The 2000s were defeintiely about what is discussed below.

We explore what was hot in the 2000s. The trends that defined a decade.

Adobe's Creative Cloud Pen and Digital Ruler

14 July 2016

Adobe's Creative Cloud Pen and Digital Ruler

Adobe has created hardware that makes sketching and drawing more natural and fluid. Designed to be used with the iPad, Adobe Ink is a fine-tip, pressure-sensitive pen built using Adonit Pixelpoint technology to give you greater creative control and unprecedented precision.

Adobe has created hardware that makes sketching and drawing more natural and fluid.

Apple's rumored HDTV 'Apple Television' may deliver a giant gesture-enabled, voice-activated iPad

04 April 2015

Apple's rumored HDTV 'Apple Television' may deliver a giant gesture-enabled, voice-activated iPad

Two Canadian telecommunications companies, Rogers and Bell, are rumoured to be testing out Apple iTV in their labs. One anonymous source at the Canadian paper called "The Globe and Mail" believes that  Apple is looking for a partner that have both wireless and broadband capabilities.

This means the iTV will have services that blend broadband and wirless services into a revolutionary TV experience.

The evolution of E Ink and it's flexible full colour future

13 October 2013

The evolution of E Ink and it's flexible full colour future

E Ink has turned into a company that's synonymous with the revitalization of the print sector in a few years-- the eReader. E Ink (electronic ink) refers to both a technology and a company. E Ink's technology is currently used in 93 per cent of all eReaders and a recent buyout of its nearest rival SiPix means E Ink now owns the market. How will E Ink continue to evolve to complete with full-colour LCD multi-purpose tablets?

The eReader market was tripling in volume between 2007 and 2011, but plateaued after 2012. Product launches have slowed and the colour tablet and smartphone has taken over.

Kevin William Grant
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