Tag: technology

Review: Kobo Aura One goes easier on the eyes

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s long been said that having an eReader is like having a bookstore and library at your fingertips. That hasn’t changed, and with increased versatility, the very act of reading content has improved, which is what Kobo is pushing with its new Aura One.

360-Degree Virtual Reality Video Explores Deep Ocean around Bermuda, Canada

360-Degree Virtual Reality Video Explores Deep Ocean

By Lee Rickwood
The videos can be viewed online at the Nekton Mission YouTube Channel and Facebook page; they are gorgeous, but the deeper story is, well, pretty ugly: climate change, over-fishing, pollution and acidification have pushed our oceans into a state of extreme disruption.

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.

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.

Tech Gear for the Athletic Student

It’s that time again – back-to-school – which means loading up on all of the basics, from a new laptop and smartphone, to pens, notebooks, and a stylish backpack. For the student athlete, however, there’s an additional list of gear…