HTC isn’t doing so well in the smartphone business. The big players like Apple and Samsung are dominating the market. Despite the U11 bringing profits up, who knows how long the company can keep that up. It’s frankly sad to see ... Read More »
If you’re a highly-paid businessman who needs a phone as secure as it is ridiculously fancy, this might be the phone for you. Sirin Labs has launched an Android-powered smartphone called the Solarin, and it starts at a measly $13,800.
The Solarin features a 5.5-inch 2K IPS display, a Snapdragon 810 processor, a 23.8MP camera ... Read More »
BlackBerry has long been struggling to succeed. It used to be the most popular enterprise phone, with leading security and features for the workplace. Every businessman had a BlackBerry! But with the advances of iOS and Android, BlackBerry devices have been forgotten and the company has not been able to rekindle its past success.
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It’s no secret that Sony camera sensors are sought after. Every major smartphone has one, whether it’s the Galaxy S6, iPhone 6, or many others. Even the smaller companies are trying to get Sony sensors in all their devices. Unfortunately, it seems that Sony has too much demand on its hands.
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In a move to further unify and consolidate their services, Google has announced that they are officially transitioning Google Checkout to Google Wallet.
From here on out, YouTube, Google+ Games, the Android Market and any other Google sites will use Google Wallet instead of Checkout. For other business partners still using Checkout, payments made with ... Read More »
Sprint and Motorola have just announced their latest business oriented Android smartphone, the Motorola Admiral.
At first glance, you might think the Motorola Admiral is just another BlackBerry-esque Android with a front-facing QWERTY and display on the small side. But there’s more to the Admiral than that. For starters, the Admiral finally brings Sprint’s legendary ... Read More »
AT&T has announced Toggle, an application that allows smartphone and tablet owners to quickly switch between business and personal modes with a simple tap of the finger on Android 2.2+ devices. Personal and Work modes are defined as follows:
Personal Mode: Allows users to use their phones as they normally would, including the ability to ... Read More »
Sprint has been openly against AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile since the very beginning. If this proposed acquisition goes through, that would make AT&T and Verizon the leaders of mobile telephony in the US, placing Sprint on a lower, more vulnerable position. Now that the merge is going through its process, and the FCC has ... Read More »
Business travel is arguably one of the most gut-wrenching processes known to man. All you business professionals out there know what I’m talking about. You have to make sure to save every single receipt from your travels for months and months after the fact, and spend hours putting together an expense report upon your return.
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As a business professional in my day job as well as an MBA student, I always enjoy having the opportunity to write up a release note or a review of an application that is aimed at the business world. Earlier today we received a note from Zendesk, an IT helpdesk management software company, who have ... Read More »