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kick-timer

Review

Pomodoro Timer

Pomodoro Timer is great for people who want to be more productive, making it easy to work in bite-sized chunks, but you'll need to commit to the concept.

February 6, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating February 6, 2014

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Timer in water bottle's cap reminds you to hydrate

Don't let forgetfulness dry you out. Vittel unveils a cap with a built-in timer and warning flag to remind you to sip.

By May 28, 2014

Video

The Nikon D3300: A friendly dSLR for first timers

The Nikon D3300 delivers the photo quality and speed you expect when stepping up from a point-and-shoot.

By March 14, 2014

Article

Use Google search to set a timer

Did you know you can use Google search as a timer? The feature was available late last year then disappeared, but is now back.

By February 14, 2014

Gallery

A timer app that uses a specific technique to keep you on task (pictures)

Pomodoro Timer is an app that looks like a cooking timer, but might be just the thing to get you to focus on work.

6 Images February 6, 2014

Editors' Take

Soundfreaq Pocket Kick

Soundfreaq is showing its updated line of Bluetooth speakers at CES 2014, including the ultraportable 1.2-inch thick Pocket Kick.

January 5, 2014

MSRP: $99.00

Article

Amazon kicks off two-day promo for $100 in free apps

The company is offering 30 paid apps for free over the next two days. If users download all 30, they would be saving $100.

By July 31, 2014

Article

Leave it to the French to kick the sound of desktop/computer speakers up a notch

Focal isn't just a high-end speaker company, they also design studio monitors, the Audiophiliac checks out their affordable Alpha 50 pro speakers.

By July 26, 2014

Article

Man says Southwest kicked him off flight for critical tweet

A Southwest Airlines passenger isn't impressed with a gate agent and tweets about it. Then, he says, he's prevented from reboarding his flight unless he deletes the tweet.

By July 23, 2014

Article

Windows XP still alive and kicking

Though no longer supported by Microsoft, XP commanded a quarter of all desktop OS traffic seen by Net Applications last month.

By July 1, 2014