Tiempo, a free app for iOS, Android, and the web, allows companies and individuals to easily track employee hours, thus expediting the process of paying employees.
Slapping highly capable front-facing cameras in addition to top-notch rear snappers on smartphones, both high-end and mid-range, seems to be the latest market trend for more than just a handful of China-based OEMs.
You know how, much to the dismay of unfortunate Nokia X owners, Microsoft announced a little while back the X2 actually runs a different software build than its predecessor? And how the first-gen would never get updated on account of its humble hardware?
Using your smartphone while driving is a recipe for disaster, which is perhaps one of the things that makes a new app leaked by Google so welcome.
Samsung revealed on Monday that it will be pushing back the launch date of its Tizen-based Samsung Z phone in Russia.
Although we’ve known for a good five months now that Microsoft managed to allure LG back to the Windows Phone platform the Koreans abandoned a few years ago, the exact plans of the G3 makers remained a mystery.
Researchers have long sought the “holy grail” of battery design – a smaller, more efficient, and cheaper battery that can charge everything from electric cars to our handheld gadgets.
HTC has had an on-again, off-again type of relationship with Microsoft for many years now, never truly abandoning the Windows Phone ship, but scarcely showing signs of pure, passionate, lasting love towards the perennially fledgling platform.
For a middling “Lite” variation of a not-so-popular phablet, the LG G Vista, aka G Pro 2 Lite, sure spent a lofty amount of time in the public eye. And amazingly, the yet-to-be-announced mid-range 5.7 incher remains in the spotlight, as rumors of a Verizon bow on July 18 obviously didn’t pan out.
The changing of the guard, as night trades places with day, is a beautiful thing to behold. Most of us don’t get to enjoy the luxury of sunlight creeping in rooms to gently rouse sleeping bodies. Nope. Instead, people choose to be sonically attacked by an alarm during the depths of slumber.
Nokia’s, or should we say Microsoft’s, first video advertising material for the just-announced low-end, low-cost Lumia 530 smartphone is unusual in more than one way. Following a recipe formulated by Samsung, it pits the device that’s actually advertised against the competition.
The “bigger is better” mobile trend has got a little out of hand lately, with lines between smartphones and tablets practically nonexistent, as gargantuan devices like Samsung’s Korean-exclusive Galaxy W are advertised as phones.