Prestigio might not be a household brand when it comes to producing smartphones but they have been around for more than 10 years and is predominantly visible in the European market with their headquarters is in Limassol, Cyprus. With their latest Multiphone 8500 Duo and partnership with Microsoft, they are serious in making themselves known in the smartphone arena especially in the budget category at least.
Do you fancy spending upwards of $9,700 USD for a premium smartphone that have that luxurious look with some serious hardware to boot? If you do, then check out Vertu Aster but if you don’t, we can always dream can we?
There’s a new kid in town that wants to take a piece of the pie from the well-known GoPro and it is called Kogan Action Camera 3+.
Mechanical excavators are wonderful pieces of engineering. They can chew through asphalt, be fitted with attachments that will break up concrete and, most importantly dig big holes in the ground very quickly.
Sometimes in life you just want fast internet connection on your mobile device so you’ll be able to move around and be connected to the web for fast access. With the LG F60, it does just that but it doesn’t compromise on the specs plus the pricing will be reasonable as well.
With the latest iPad Air 2, Apple have managed to create a device that’s immensely powerful, yet so thin and light you almost forget that it’s there. A device that helps you do amazing things, without ever getting in your way.
Make the most of hosted PBX, you need custom hardware solutions that not only meet the needs of your business now, but also can scale to meet your future needs. Explore the benefits of these two possible hardware solutions.
A perfect storm of home centric tech connectedness is producing buoyant forecasts for players in the connected-home field. According to a new report from BI Intelligence, connected-home device sales will drive over US$61 billion in revenue this year, rising at a 52% compound annual growth rate to reach $490 billion in 2019.
Software is essential to just about every business today but managing it can be a nightmare: making sure that you are paying for every copy in use, and that you are not paying for more than you need. Most companies, it seems fail miserably on both counts.
On 22 September, at the United Nations HQ in New York, heads of state, leaders of UN agencies, senior executives of major multinational corporations and major philanthropists announced the launch of the Global STEM Alliance, a collaboration of governments, companies, schools and NGOs devoted to increasing access to STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education for students worldwide.
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