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Enterprise Mobility: Where to Start?

Is your company in the two-thirds that have only mobilised email, contact and calendar apps—nothing more? An interactive SAP website can help you identify and take the best next steps.

July 30, 2014 by

Sony Xperia Z2 review: Feature-laden and waterproof

Every inch the premium high-end smartphone, the Xperia Z2 delivers excellent performance, screen quality and camera resolution without compromising battery life. However, the abundance of third-party apps may confuse some users, and we noticed that the handset sometimes runs hot.

May 6, 2014 by

Twitter integrates photo-sharing, plans galleries

Twitter has rolled out its own picture-posting service, so users can upload photos directly through the microblogging platform's website without going through a separate service.Those visiting Twitter's website since Tuesday will find a camera icon next to their tweeting entry field, allowing images to be added to the tweet.

August 10, 2011 by

Too slow, Firefox, too slow

Of late, many of my organisational computational tools are online (Google Apps for company email, contacts, calendar and presentations; WordPress, Eventbrite, MailChimp, Google Analytics, bit.ly, Vimeo, and DreamHost panel for my website; Remember The Milk todo manager, NetVibes feed reader, online banking, Flickr for my blog… you get the idea).

March 22, 2011 by

Sony developing Cyber-shot camera with built-in 3G?

Sony is continually pushes the envelope for pocket cameras with its Cyber-shot series, whether it be producing even thinner cameras, expanding the rear displays and integrating 3D. This new rumored development, however, would be something completely different.

March 10, 2011

Poll: Do you use photo-editing apps on your smartphone?

There are a bunch of photo-related apps out there for the iPhone and Blackberry, among other smartphones. Many are for photo-sharing (i.e. Flickr, Facebook), but there are a vast number now for editing pictures you took directly on the phone itself. As built-in camera technology gets better, do you think the pictures shot with handhelds are more worthy of the time for a serious touch-up?

March 28, 2010 by

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