What You Need to Know about Wearables

wearable technology

Cuff. Apple Watch. Ringly. Pebble Time. Samsung Gear VR. What do all these have in common? They’re all wearables, and they’re all available now. With the constant stream of new wearable technology being released, this order will surely happen: More people will begin adopting and wearing the technology —-> more companies will start making and/or […]

Apple Product Release Event – March 9, 2015

Apple Sport, Apple Watch, Apple Watch Edition

Yes, the rumors are true.  The Apple Watch is here!  But that’s not all Tim Cook of Apple had to talk about today.  He addressed some existing technologies and apps, lowered the price on the Apple TV in celebration of a new exclusive partnership, announced the new MacBook…all before the “main” event and the first […]

Night of the Living Dead Technology

Zombie Hand holding the phone in Moonlight

Don’t look now. They’re there. In the recesses of your office drawers, stuffed in the back of cabinets, lurking under couches…   The dead wait.   Your old Blackberry.  Your first-generation iPad.  A dusty PC in the garage, a Chromebook in the attic.  All kinds of “dead” devices peering out at us, surprising us when least expected, […]

Quick Links: Recent Apple and Android Releases and Updates

Apple and Android

We understand.  Some of you are Apples.  Some of you are Androids.  Often, never the ‘twain shall meet…except in some circumstances where you’ve gone the hybrid route, adapting the best of both. Thankfully, this fall, there really is something for everyone.  Apple just had two giant releases, both of software and hardware.  Not to be […]

iOS 8 Tricks and Treats

Pumpkins and Halloween candy

iOS 8 has been released and those with a new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are starting to learn how to work with Apple’s new operating system.  For those of you who have the iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s, you can also upgrade to iOS 8 from iCloud or on iTunes.  If you have an iPhone […]

Quick Ways to Stay Organized and Connected: GoConnect and Dizzle

future real estate agents going mobile

The simple definition of “mobile” is “able to move from one place to another.”  (Merriam-Webster)  Yet, with so much technology and constant buzzword bombardment on websites, social media and in conferences, the meaning of “mobile” has really seemingly been extended to mean “able to move from one place to another while continuing to do your job.”  […]

A Slice of Apple – What’s New


Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock or on a detox from everything online, you may have heard recently about the Apple news that was released on September 9th.  Although there was a lot of hype (and video and flag-waving), the essence of the Apple announcements boiled down to 4 things: Apple is releasing 2 […]

Why You Should Update Your Apps and Software

Technology in Real Estate

Back in November of 2012, I wrote a short piece explaining why it was important to keep your apps and software updated.  Now, in 2014, more users than ever have computers and mobile devices.  According to a mobile technology study performed by the Pew Internet Project, more than 55% of adults in the United States […]

Looking Forward – 2014 Technology Trends

Technology in Real Estate

January brings a time of reassessment, and then a renewed look toward the future.  While we talked about and did some amazing things last year, some of which you can read  about here, at Century 21 Redwood Realty we like to keep moving forward.  We strive to be a brokerage that embraces time-tested principles and […]