Apple is a California-based computer technology company. It helped start the personal computer revolution in the 1970s and is known for its innovation design hardware and software offerings.
iPod is a class of portable digital audio players designed and marketed by Apple.
Adobe is a brand of multimedia and creativity software products. The company was founded in 1982 by John Warnock and Charles Geschke.
iTunes is a media player, written by Apple Computer, for playing and organizing digital music, video files, and purchasing digital music files in the FairPlay digital rights management format.
Sony Corporation is a global consumer electronics corporation based in Tokyo, Japan. It is currently one of the world’s largest producers of consumer electronics.
Nokia Corporation is one of the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturers. This Finnish telecommunications company is best known today for its leading range of mobile phones.
Atari was founded by Nolan Bushnell in 1972. The company is a pioneer in arcade games, home video game consoles and home computers.
Microsoft is a brand of computer technology. devices, and software. The company was founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen.
Joomla is an award-winning Content Management System (CMS) used to build websites and other online applications.
Bang & Olufsen is a Danish company that designs and manufactures upscale audio products, television sets and telephones.
Nintendo is the longest running company in the history of the video game console market. They have also published over 250 games and sold over 2 billion games worldwide.
AMD is a supplier of integrated circuits for personal and networked computing a communications.
Victorinox is a knife manufacturer in Ibach, Switzerland. It is known as the official supplier of Swiss Army knives.
Lockergnome is a technology platform that offers news, tutorials, downloads and blog hosting.
BlackBerry is a brand of wireless handheld devices. It was first introduced in 1999 and developed by Research In Motion.
Securamed is a healthcare communications services provider.
The TiVo personal video recorder is a brand of Digital Video Recorder, a consumer video device which allows users to capture television programming to internal hard drive storage for later viewing.
Java is a computer programming language developed by Sun Microsystems in the 1990s.
Sony Playstation is a video game console. It was first produced in the mid-1990s.
Canon is a Japanese company that specializes in imaging and optical products, including cameras, photocopiers and computer printers.
Nikon is a Japanese company specializing in optics and imaging. Founded in 1917, Nikon is best known for its lenses and cameras.
The Leica was the first practical 35 mm camera. The first prototypes were built by Oskar Barnack at E. Leitz Optische Werke, Wetzlar, in 1913.
SONAR is a brand of professional audio production software by Cakewalk.
The Bose Corporation is an American company that specializes in audio equipment for personal and professional use.
Linux is a Unix-like operating system predominantly known for its use in servers. Its a form of free software and open source development.
Palm Pilot is a personal digital assistant (PDA) which runs on the Palm operating system.
Samsung is a Korean brand of consumer electronics. The company was founded in 1938 by Lee Byuing-chui and has its headquarters in South Korea.
The iPhone is a multimedia and Internet-enabled mobile phone by Apple. It was released on 29 June 2007 in the United States.
Autodesk Media and Entertainment, formerly Discreet, produces software used in feature films, television commercials and interactive gaming.
Skype is a peer-to-peer Internet telephony network founded by Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis.
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications was established in 2001.
Alienware is an American computer hardware company that assembles third party components into desktops and laptops for high-performance gaming, and video and audio editing.
MSN Messenger is an instant messaging tool that was developed and distributed by Microsoft.
LOMO is a brand of analog cameras produced by Lomographische AG, Austria.
Leatherman tools bear the name of company president Tim Leatherman, who invented the original Pocket Survival Tool, now known as the PST.
Dell is an American computer-hardware company that develops, manufactures, sells and supports personal computers, servers and other related technology.
Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices such as mobile phones, laptops, personal computers, digital cameras and video game consoles.
Xbox is a video game console produced by Microsoft Corporation.
IBM Corporation is a multinational computer technology organisation that manufactures and sells computer hardware, software, and infrastructure, hosting and consulting services.
Vodaphone Group plc is a mobile network headquartered in Berkshire, England. The company offers telecommunications services in more than 55 countries.
Technics is a Japanese company that produces a variety of hi-fi and Disc Jockey (also known as DJ) products such as turntables, amplifiers and speakers.
Motorola is an American multinational communications company known of their mobile phones.
Dyson is a brand of bagless vacuum cleaner and other products created by Sir James Dyson, a British industrial designer.
Twitter is a social-networking and micro-blogging service that allows people to send text messages via SMS, instant messaging and Twitter applications.
Polaroid is a brand of instant cameras with self-developing film.
Zeiss is a brand of precision mechanics and optical products. The company was founded in 1846 by Carl Zeiss.
TYPO3 is an open source content management system for enterprise purposes on the Internet and within intranets.
Macromedia is a line of graphic and web development software owned by Adobe Systems.
Hewlett-Packard, commonly known as HP, is an international corporation that manufactures printers, personal computers and servers.
Olympus is a brand of optical equipment, best known for its line of professional cameras.
Casio is a Japanese electronic devices manufacturing company founded in 1946. It is best known for its calculators and watches.
IDEO is a design and innovation company based in Palo Alto, California. It was founded by David Kelley, who is also a professor at Stanford University.
Fresh Air is a brand of air purifier by Ecoquest.
QuarkXPress is a computer application for creating and editing complex page layouts. It was first released by Quark, Inc. in 1987.
The Wacom Intuos Tablet is a graphic digital tablet used in conjunction with a cordless, battery-free pen.
Fujifilm is a Japanese company known for its photographic film and cameras. The company also produces computer media storage and provides image processing services.
MP3, or MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, is a format of audio file.
Oticon is an international brand of hearing aids.
Logitech is a brand of peripheral devices for PCs, game consoles, mobile phones and personal music devices.
The Wii is a home gaming console developed and produced by Nintendo.
Springdoo is a form of technology that allows people to record and attach sound files to emails on the computer, or record and send messages on mobile phones as mp3s.
TerraNet is a Swedish company that offers mobile telphony and data services via peer-to-peer mobile mesh networks and modified handsets.
FrogPad is a small chorded keyboard that can be used with one hand. The company was founded by Linda Marroquin.
Intel is the world’s largest semiconductor company. Founded in 1968, it is known for its microprocessors, which are found in many personal computers.
Xerox is a brand of printers, photocopiers, digital printing presses, and related consulting services and supplies.
iriver is a Korean brand of digital audio players and other portable products.
Accuphase is a Japanese brand of high-end audio equipment.
JVC is an international electronics corporations based in Japan. The company is best known for developing the VHS video recorder.
Panasonic is an international brand of electric products manufactured in Japan.
Sega is a multinational Japanese video game software and hardware development company.
Rotring is a German brand of stylographic pen and other technical writing instruments. The company was established in 1928 in Hamburg.
Virgin Mobile Ltd is a mobile phone service provider in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, South Africa, United States and France.
Orange launched its cellular phone network and service in Mumbai in early 2000.
ThinkPad is a brand name for a range of notebook computers designed by IBM and manufactured and marketed by Lenovo.
Siemens mobile phones were produced by Siemens AG. The company is now owned by the Taiwanese company BenQ.
Energizer is a brand of batteries. The company is recognizable by its iconic mascot, the ‘Energizer Bunny’.
Nabaztag is a Wi-Fi enabled rabbit that can connect to the Internet to send and receive mp3s and messages in various formats.
ICQ is an instant messaging computer program owned by AOL. The name ICQ is an oronym for ’I Seek You’.
Pioneer is a company that develops audio, video and computer products. They are known for their range of car audio equipment.
Sigmarion is a series of pocket PC devices by the Japanese company, NTT DoCoMo.
Android is a mobile operating system developed in 2005. It is owned by Google.
Xara Xtreme is a 2D vector graphics editor by British software company Xara. The company is owned by MAGIC AG.
The Medtronic Pain-Control Pump is a intrathecal drug delivery system that delivers pain medication.
Holga is a toy camera originating from Hong Kong in 1982.
Zenit is a Russian camera brand manufactured by belOMO in Belarus since the 1970s. The brand is best known for its 35mm SLR cameras.
Ryobi is a worldwide manufacturer of die castings, printing equipment, power tools and builders’ hardware.
Toshiba is a Japanese multinational manufacturing company that produces high technology, electrical, engineering and electronic products.
Infocom was an American software company that produced works of interactive fiction in the 1980s.
O2 is a provider of mobile phone services in the United Kingdom, Germany and Ireland.
SureFire is a brand of precision tactical flashlights commonly used in the law enforcement and military fields.
Argus is a brand of cameras and photographic products first founded in Michigan, USA, in 1936. Its best-known product was the C3 rangefinder camera.
Amazon Kindle is an e-book reader launched in the United States by the online bookseller Amazon.com in November 2007.
Beats is a brand of headphones by rapper, Dr. Dre, and Monster.
Channellock is an American manufacturer of pliers and assorted hand tools.
Marshall Amplification is a British company that designs and manufactures electric guitar amplifiers.
T-Mobile is one of the largest mobile companies in the world. It provides telephone mobile services through the United Kingdom and Europe.
Makita is a Japanese company that manufactures professional power tools. Makita tools are easy to recognize as they come only in a distinctive teal color.
D-snap is a line of digital cameras and camcorders by Panasonic.
Apple TV is a digital media receiver design, marketed and sold by Apple. It is a network device designed to play digital content from the iTunes Store, as well as other computers.
Sony Alpha is a digital SLR camera system first introduced in 2006.
Kingston Technology is a brand of memory products like memory cards and RAM.
TRAKTOR is the name trusted by countless professionals worldwide – pro DJ software built to move dancefloors.
id Software is an American computer game developer based in Texas. The company was founded by John Carmack, John Romero, Tom Hall and Adrian Carmack.
LINN is an engineering company that specializes in designing and manufacturing precision sound and vision components.
Squeezebox is a portable media player that plays a variety of digital audio files.
Mag Instrument is a company that designs manufactures lighting instruments. It is best known for its Mag-Lite flashlight.
Hasselblad is a Swedish manufacturer of medium-format cameras and photographic equipment.
Adobe Photoshop is a raster graphics editor developed and published by Adobe Systems for Windows and OS X.
Cosmote is a Greek mobile telecommunications company that provides telephony and Internet services in Greece, Albania, Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia and Romania.
OpenOffice.org is a free cross-platform office application suite developed by Sun Microsystems.
Songpod is a private, portable, karaoke room created by Debbi Stephens-Courlander.
iWork is a productivity suite by Apple that allows you to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.
Flipboard is a social magazine application used on Apple products. The company was founded in 2010 by Mike McCue and Evan Doll.
Yahoo! Messenger is an instant messaging client and associated protocol provided by Yahoo! It was first released in 1998.
Optus, or SingTel Optus Pty Limited, is the second largest telecommunications company in Australia. The company provides mobile and Internet services.
Sonus faber is a company that specializes in the design and manufacture of high-end audio equipment.
Pay By Touch is a service that allows you to pay for purchases and access discounts by placing your finger on a sensor when you check out.
Oskar was telecommunications mobile network launched in the Czech Republic in 1999. It is now part of the Vodafone Group.
Tivoli Audio is an American brand of audio products, including radios and other sound reproduction equipment. The company was founded by Tom DeVesto.
Ableton Live is a loop-based software music sequencer for Mac OS and Windows by Ableton.
TomTom is a Dutch manufacturer of automotive navigation systems.
Ubuntu is a computer operating system distributed as free and open source software.
foursquare is a location-based social networking website based on software for mobile devices.
Conference Calls Unlimited is a company that provides phone conferencing, web conferencing and podcast services.
SonicWALL is a company which provides hardware devices for Internet security and threat management.
Meebo is an in-browser instant messaging program. It was founded in2005 by Sandy Jen, Seth Sternberg and Elaine Wherry.
Sphinx Laboratories is a Dutch company that produces a range of professional audio equipment.
Utterz is a mobile blogging platform.
ZINK is an inkless thermal printing technology developed by ZINK Imaging.
Teufel is a brand of home and professional audio speaker systems and equipment. The company was founded in Germany in 1979.
iPlayer is a media player developed by the BBC to extend its exisintg RealPlayer based "Radio Player" and other streamed video content. It was launched in 2005.
Kryptonite is a brand of locking device for bicycles, snowsports and powersports. The company was founded by Michael Zane in the 1970s.
Swisscom AG is a major telecommunications provider in Switzerland. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Worblaufen near Berne.
Ovi Maps is a free mapping product and service by Nokia for its mobile phones and smartphone devices. It provides voice guided navigation for pedestrians and drivers.
JamHub is a rehearsal amp that enables musicians to play together while remaining virtually silent to the outside world. Sound is emitted through headphone outputs.
JLab Audio is an American brand of consumer audio products. The company was established in 2005.
Ultimate Ears is a brand of in-ear reference monitors and earphones.
Esia is a CDMA telecommunications product by PT Bakrie Telecom, a digital radio cellular telecommunications network in Indonesia.
VisionRacer is a stainless steel, racing simulator chassis system.
Blender is an open source, cross platform suite of tools for 3D creation.
Jolla is brand of mobile phone from Finland that is powered by Sailfish OS. The company was established in 2011.
The Amp is an iPhone speaker adapter.
Unstuck is an in-the-moment digital coach that’s ready every time you’re feeling stuck. The app helps you see and solve situations with fresh perspective through provocative questions, targeted tips, and action-oriented tools. It’s an approach that works for all kinds of issues, large and small, so you can live better day to day.
Xiaomi Inc. is a privately owned Chinese electronics company headquartered in Beijing, China and is the world’s 3rd largest smartphone distributor. Xiaomi designs, develops, and sells smartphones, mobile apps, and consumer electronics.
Virtual Reality (VR), which can be referred to as immersive multimedia or computer-simulated life, replicates an environment that simulates physical presence in places in the real world or imagined worlds.
Paper by FiftyThree is an iPad application which users can create sketches, diagrams, illustrations, notes, or drawings, and share them by email or across the web.
ProForm is a brand of fitness equipment, including treadmills and elliptical machines.
Avaya is a telecommunications company which specializes in VoIP, contact center and mobile voice and data technology.
Super Rod is a brand specialist electrical tools for professional tradesmen and engineers. The company was first launched in the United Kingdom in 2000.
Teamsworks is an online project management tool.
The Surface Pro 3 is the third-generation Surface-series 2-in-1 tablet/laplet, designed, developed, marketed, and produced by Microsoft.
Apple Watch is a smartwatch developed by Apple Inc. It incorporates fitness tracking and health-oriented capabilities as well as integration with iOS and other Apple products and services.
AT&T help people connect with advanced mobile services, next-generation TV, high-speed Internet services and smart solutions for businesses.