Category: Mobile

Simplify business expense tracking with ScanSnap Cloud and Expensify

By Gadjo Sevilla
I recently took a business trip where I had to account for my transportation, food, and incidental expenses for reimbursement by my client.
This usually entails scanning loose receipts on a scanner and collating them into a single document with an invoice for submission. These steps are time consuming and tedious. To make things easier, I used the portable Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 scanner, Fujitsu ScanSnap Cloud and Expensify app.

A shooting gallery of 360-degree cameras

By Ted Kritsonis

Shooting panoramic photos used to be one way to capture a scene from a wider perspective, but 360-degree cameras have burst onto the scene this year to pull in everything that’s left. As options grow, so does the sophistication behind them.

Lenovo bets on modularity for the smartphone’s future

Lenovo, by virtue of Motorola, is looking outward. They’ve created the thinnest smartphone in the market with the Moto Z and its cheaper, slightly thicker variant, the Moto Z Play. But while both of these are premium flagship devices, it is the availability of Moto Mod accessory modules that really pushes the smartphone paradigm towards the future.

Review: Sony Xperia X and X Performance

By Ted Kritsonis

Sony has been on the outside looking in for years, watching other manufacturers carve out a slice of the smartphone market, and the company now feels it can fight back on multiple fronts. The Xperia X is a mid-range handset, and the Xperia X Performance is a flagship device, both of which are supposed to compete hard against what’s already out on the market.

Canadian Olympic Star Shines in Mobile App Development

by Lee Rickwood
A Canadian Olympian is pushing the development of mobile apps that support athletes and the communities who support them. Winter sports are covered; summer activities like cycling and rodeo sports have been added and more sports apps are coming soon.

The top smartphone photography apps

Initially, using smartphones to take photos was a convenience even if the quality, speed, and performance of these cameras was not ideal. Smartphone manufacturers have realized that photo quality on their smartphones is a major selling point and what keeps customers upgrading to the latest version of their chosen mobile devices.

Review: Huawei MateBook can’t stand up

By Ted Kritsonis

Huawei may not be a brand that comes to mind when thinking of an alternative to the iPad, but the MateBook is designed to be just that. A tablet with impressive specs and the flexibility to act as a laptop replacement, the device promises great performance, yet falls short on usability.