Xero (NZX/ASX: XRO), the leading cloud accounting software provider, continued to deliver exceptional growth for the year ended 31 March 2015, recording operating revenue of $114.9 million, up 84.7% from $62.2 million in FY14. Annual results were released on the ASX this morning.
Last week I gave NBN Co a bit of a serve for stating the obvious, in a press release where it said: “Improved access to fast broadband through the National Broadband Network (NBN) will enable Aussie small businesses to better embrace the cloud computing revolution."
Yes, that’s where we stand today and how the smartphone industry have progressed over the years. For under $160 budget, you can get Lenovo K3 Note or Huawei Honor 4C. Both have octa-core processors and with a 13MP-5MP camera setup.
You would not buy a smartphone just for its great camera, features, and functions, but that seems to be the go these days. It is a plus point if it has great hardware and comes with an affordable price tag. That’s where Huawei Honor 4C and Alcatel Flash Plus are standing today but that’s where the similarity ends.
Earlier we’ve highlighted what Lenovo A6000 is all about. If you haven’t bought it yet, then just wait for a little bit longer as A6000 Plus is expected to be launched in end of this month.
Are you one of the guys or gals that love to play games on your smartphone? Would you like to know that there’s a smartphone called Gigabyte Gsmart Guru GX that was purposely made to be a gaming machine?
Microsoft is consistently producing smartphones for the budget users audience, and the trend is continuing with the upcoming release of Lumia 540 Dual Sim in May 2015 with a price tag of below $150.
Huawei Honor is a well-known series that represents a value for money phone to the mid-range user. With Honor 4C, that trend is set to continue as it dishes out insane specs and costs only $159.
Whew! That’s a lot of things to put on the title, and that is just getting started. So is this the true flagship of 2015 or just a pretender? ZTE Nubia Z9 is expected to be released in May 2015 and for now, we can just marvel at the specs and drool.
Before looking forward, let’s look back. In January CIO.com published the results of their annual survey, “The State of the CIO” with 558 IT chiefs contributing their opinions.
- Dirty data deeds
- Containerisation tipped to be IT's 'next big thing'
- Taxis, cloud and digital disruption
- Dial Before You Dig comes to CIVENEX
- Microsoft Lumia 430 Dual Sim vs Xiaomi Redmi 2A: for the small things in life, there’s these two for only $79
- Alcatel Flash Plus vs Lenovo K3 Note: 5.5-inch octa-core phablet for under $149
- Alcatel Flash Plus: 5.5-inch phablet with amazing camera and huge battery for under $149
- The machines are taking over, says Gartner
- Big data set to warm up video screens
- Hybrid cloud a key component of corporate IT
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