Masters of the Universe aren't known for having anything resembling a jewelry collection except for one item — a watch. They're collectible, gorgeous and at times incredibly expensive pieces that can be handed down from generation to generation Exactly the type of thing a titan of any industry would want. We've put together a list and commentary about the wristwatches worn by some of Wall Street's most public executives.
Google's computerized glasses, Google Glass, are so geeky and pretentious-looking that people who wear them are called "Glassholes." Likewise, most people laugh at the news that Google, Samsung, Microsoft, and Apple are all working on computerized watches or "smartwatches." The question people ask is: Who needs a watch or a computer for your face when you have a smartphone? But here's the thing.
Talk about some good timing! Two New York City technology executives are launching a new startup that wants to be a Snapchat for business. The startup is called Confide. It's aim at professional people that want to send messages to each other, but have no desire for those messages to exist in the long run for fear of them coming back to embarrass them.
WhatsApp users should be careful when downloading Android apps. If you don't read an app's permissions attentively before installing, your WhatsApp chat history could end up in a stranger's hands, according to one IT specialist from the Netherlands.
T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS) will reportedly offer the much anticipated Google Nexus 6 just before the holiday season, according to an article by 9to5google. The device will feature Wi-Fi calling, something that differentiates T-Mobile’s network from its bigger rivals.