If working in the Amazon fulfillment center is not so fulfilling for you, you have a way out. The company might pay you $5,000 to quit. Say what? You see, Amazon has a serious problem with employee turnover. The second worst turnover rate of any of the Fortune 500 companies in fact.
Amazon has announced that they have snapped up some of the BBC’s most popular TV shows for their Amazon Prime Instant video service.
The list of BBC shows headed to Amazon Prime include Doctor Who and Sherlock, also on the list is other TV shows like Life on Mars, Call the Midwife and Last Tango in Halifax.
Nokia had a pretty decent start of the year. Back in February at the Mobile World Congress 2014, the Finns launched their first AOSP based Nokia X handset, followed by a trio of handsets running Windows Phone 8.1 at Build 2014.
If you think Nokia is done with handsets for some time, think again. According to @evleaks, Nokia is working on eight more devices codenamed Ara, Leo, Moonraker, Onyx, Peridot, Superman, Tesla, and Vantage.
Today was a pretty good day when it comes to iPhone 6 rumors. Not too long ago, we came across a leaked image from Foxconn, showing us the aluminum mold which will be used in the production of the alleged handset, revealing its 4.7-inch screen size.
It’s a good news for all the iPhone fans, but there’s a piece of bad news as well, especially for those who are waiting for the large screen iPhone. According to Jeffries analyst Peter Misek, Apple is in talks with the carriers in the United states about increasing the price of the upcoming iPhone 6 by $100.
There’s a good news for all the Windows Phone fans out in the wild who love Angry Birds. Rovio Entertainment has released Bad Piggies game for Windows Phone devices.
The game has received its fair share of success on other platforms, and it is time for Windows Phone users to get the taste of this addictive game. It comes with a $0.99 price tag.
Samsung is not very good when it comes to Android updates for its handsets, even the flagship devices. The latest Android 4.4 KitKat update was released last year, while it made its way to Note 3 and Galaxy S4 as late as April for some regions — we received out update in April start on our Galaxy S4.
Samsung is also expected to release the Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3, but there’s no word about its roll out from the Korean OEM. Rumors have suggested it will launch in the coming months, and according to a new report, both handsets may get lucky enough to get the update in May.
Earlier today, we saw some leaked images of the drawings of the alleged iPhone 6, which were leaked from inside Foxconn on Weibo, the Chinese Twitter alternative.
Now, we have some more leaked images of the aluminum which will be used in the production of the purported iPhone 6. According to the leaked image, it measures 64 x 138mm, and this means it might come with a 4.7-inch display.
Microsoft has made Office online available for all users, allowing them to create documents and spreadsheets online, which is saved in the user’s OneDrive account.
Recently, Microsoft announced users will be able to add Word, Excel and Powerpoint to Chrome App Launcher, giving users quick access to the suite and allows them to create documents with a single click.
Motorola has done a commendable job when it comes to updates to its handsets. It’s Moto X as well as the affordable Moto G already received the Android 4.4 KitKat update before most flagship devices from other OEMs.
If you’re rocking the good old Droid Razor HD and Droid Razr M, there’s a piece of good news for you. According to Motorola’s David Schuster, both devices are expected to get the Android 4.4 KitKat update in the coming weeks.
Launching a miniature version of the handset is nothing new, HTC launched the mini version of their HTC One last year. According to a new report from Taiwanese shores, HTC One M8 Mini could launch in May.
We have another Apple iWatch rumor for today, according to a recent report, LG are making a flexible display for the Apple iWatch.
We previous heard that the Apple iWatch would come with two different screen sizes, where other manufacturers have gone for a unisex watch, Apple are said to be making one for men and one for women.
According to a recent report, Google may boost the search engine ranking of websites that use encryption, the news comes for a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Google’s Matt Cutts apparently hinted recently that this is something that the search giant is considering, and he has apparently spoken in private conversations about the possibility of this affecting search engine ranking in the future.