Even though HTC will only showcase their latest flagship called the One (M9) during the Mobile World Congress on 2-5 March 2015 which will be held in Barcelona, Spain; there have been a recent leak that the Taiwanese might even include the Plus version during that event as well.
We have seen a couple of examples where there are truly some gems of a smartphone hidden among us as they represent the utmost value for our money. That’s when we ask ourselves, what can $200 get us anyway?
Stories of diggers and drillers hitting buried gas pipes, water mains and power cables are numerous and, in many cases, nasty. Explosions follow, people die: from fire or electrocution. One particular incident was a train wreck, almost literally.
“Long the subject of ridicule and mockery, customer service is finally entering a golden age,” proclaims the opening sentence of a report - from business process outsourcing (BPO) company, SPi Global - that promises to “uncover the reality of the service experience in today’s ‘age of the customer’.”
Our language is full of acronyms, maybe because we all seem to be so “time-poor” but the NBN and VoIP should not be dismissed or ignored as just another short cut.
In an article 10 key technology items for your 2015 budget on US web site Tech Republic Mary Shacklett, founder and president of technology research and market development firm, Transworld Data, has listed "the major areas of corporate IT spending".
Wouldn’t it be good to splurge on the good things in life? Well, this time around, we are going take a look at what tablet you can buy within the $700 USD price range.
There are various strategies that these online businesses follow, like sending mailers, flyers, blasting social media followers, etc. to improve the traffic and generating more leads for the business online.
Akamai's latest 'State of the Internet' report became a huge source of news in Australia, and was seized on eagerly by critics of the Coalition Government's NBN policy as evidence of its flawed nature.
The Next Up, a retail sales process (RSP) proven to improve dealership sales, launched their geofencing product, LiveDrive, at NADA 2015 to help managers better determine test drive success based on route, time spent and speed, among other factors. LiveDrive will be offered as a standard feature within The Next Up solution, giving the automotive industry unprecedented test drive information.
- New NBN plan vague on FTTP plans
- Docker to dominate in 2015
- Blackberry Z20: a blackberry for the masses, will it get slaughtered?
- NBN and Your Options for VoIP and Hosted PBX
- 2015 to be the year of hybrid cloud
- Tough choices for mobile application developers
- Deadly Danger down below - Infrastructure Protection
- Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro: battle of the Pros smartphone for $500 category
- What's hot for medium sized businesses in 2015
- Micromax Canvas Hue vs Meizu M1 Note: the best from India and China for below $200 USD
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