Category: Review

Slim Storage

Tech companies are always looking for ways to cut down the girth and weight of their products. Sony has added another entrant into the slimmed down devices category with the release of the HD-S1A, the world’s slimmest one terabyte (TB)…

Lincoln

Opulant Marque Makes a Comeback

Lincoln refreshes its range to recapture its luxury motoring crown. By Ghaith Madadha Once a byword for American luxury motoring, Lincolns have ferried US presidents from Calvin Coolidge to George H.W. Bush. Squeezed between European and Japanese luxury brands on…

8 Ways to Motivate Your Employees

Wish your staff were more productive? There are many strategies you can use to increase their motivation to get more done. By Jane Hosking Isn’t it the job of employees to just focus on their work and get things done?…

Leading to Innovate

Managers must create the right corporate environment before their workforce can truly innovate. By Jane Hosking Innovation is essential for a company to maintain its competitive advantage. But the term is still thrown around by managers who really don’t know how…

Mobile Word Processing Apps

Microsoft finally got around to releasing Office for the iPad earlier this year. The app has proved incredibly popular so far, with Microsoft reporting more than 12 million downloads within the first week of its appearance on the App Store….

WHEN LESS IS MORE

Undiluted, uncomplicated, and unburdened by excess or frivolity, the Caterham Seven 485 S subtly wears its engineering under the skin and delivers direct, dynamic, and pure supercar-humbling thrills. With razor sharp reflexes and performance set to a crackling and barking…

Brainstorming Brilliant Ideas

When done right, brainstorming is still one of the best ways to come up with ideas to push your business to the next level. By Jane Hosking Brainstorming was a concept dreamt up in the 1950s by Alex Osborn, an…

Nokia XL: Bigger isn’t Always Better

Nokia finally buckled this year and launched Nokia X, its first range of Android-powered smartphones. The largest of the bunch, the suitably titled Nokia XL, is now retailing for less than JD150. But just how much bang do you get…