You got it yes or no? your eyes are not playing with you. We have a very affordable smartphone from Intex Technologies India called the Cloud FX which at $33 is selling at a bargain. It is also among the first with the new Firefox OS specifically for mobile devices.
The great majority of Australians will tell friends and family to avoid a business if it does not handle their calls well, and two thirds will hang up and call a competing organisation if a customer service rep cannot answer all their questions over the phone.
There's no such thing as 100 percent security and any attempt to get near it will be very costly and frustrating. It's a case of diminishing returns. Ninety percent security can probably be achieved fairly cost effectively, but 99 percent will cost much, much more.
You might be forgiven if you’ve seen the above concept shot of a smartphone dropping down water that was made popular previously by Sony Xperia’s lineup. But it is hard to imagine that with Kyocera Hydro Life, you can have the waterproof and shock-proof feature for just $125 USD which is indeed a steal.
The Australian Government's chief technology officer, John Sheridan, has released a discussion paper in preparation for the creation of a cloud computing panel from which Federal Government agencies can source cloud services.
Visitors to the Integrate 2014 show at Sydney showground this week get the first look at a number of new projection products from Sony, ranging from classroom and meeting room projectors through to full cinema projection units.
Australia’s most comprehensive AV and Systems Integration forum, Integrate will be held in Sydney this month showcasing the leaders in the next wave of screen and audio technology.
Many of the world’s worst accidents are not the result of a single major failure, human or mechanical; one that perhaps should and could have been anticipated and prevented. Instead they result from an unfortunate concatenation of minor failings, each of little consequence when taken in isolation.
It really is odd news for us in the first place when the news broke, well why would the premium flagship be making its round to the Windows platform in the first place? Why compete with Nokia?
One year ago, the first Xperia M was released and even back then it was targeted at the general market who wants a basic smartphone that can perform daily tasks without too many issues. Now let’s introduce you to the Xperia M2 who seems to have improved on a number of things.
- HTC Butterfly 2: pretty fly for a smartphone
- Epson's new 1900 Series projectors a match for flat panel displays
- Lots of jobs in the 'app economy'
- Workshops & Meetings – Steps to Success
- Epson Demonstrates new MeetingMate Interactive Finger Touch Projectors, new Z Series Projectors and new 1900 Series Projectors at Integrate 2014
- Epson says new interactive projector means end of whiteboards
- Epson taking lion's share of ANZ projector market
- Sony Xperia Z3 Compact vs LG G3 A: variants of their flagship take center stage
- New Zealand sparks up on IPTV with Lightbox launch
- Taiwan's gas explosion raises concerns in Singapore
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