It has been almost a year since Lenovo first release the vibe Z which was their first 4G LTE model that was released back in November 2013. So it’s about time the Chinese manufacturer came out with the Vibe Z2 with more upgrades. Is it just hype or there’s something great going on with the Vibe Z2?
It's a record on multiple counts: the explosion of a US gas pipeline in San Bruno California in 2010 that left eight people dead and destroyed 50 houses.
Motorola Moto X 2014 is the 2nd-generation of Moto X, one year after its initial release in 2013. It has improved a lot by leaps and bounds and it should do well for this year.
The communications needs of every business today, even small businesses, extend well beyond telephony. There's email, voicemail, instant messaging. And many businesses need to operate a contact centre with all that entails. Then there's video and presence, both of which are becoming increasingly important.
Australia's chief scientist, professor Ian Chubb, has issued an urgent call for Australia to lift its game in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, saying they are key to Australia's future.
The future of the digital broadcasting industry received a powerful push for deregulation from the exiting Vice-President of the European Commission Neelie Kroes. Addressing IBC 2014 in Amsterdam, Kroes conveyed frustration over copyright hurdles that were impeding industry development. “My dream is a market that is open, borderless and competitive. Stimulating a sector that pushes innovation, creativity and culture,” she told IBC delegates.
With the highly anticipated Apple iPhone 6 release date coming up in just a couple of days, people everywhere are waiting patiently to see what Apple has in store for its users this time. Every year, Apple provides its users with upgrades in both hardware and software. Let’s take a look at some of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus features to see what Apple has in store for its latest gadget.
There's no shortage of material singing the praises of cloud computing: its benefits are legion, and by now pretty well-known, but what perhaps has not had the emphasis it deserves is the disproportionate impact cloud has had on small businesses, and particularly on start-ups, compared to big business.
In the USA they put a great deal of effort into raising awareness of dial-before-you-dig services, with a National 811 Day being held on the 11th day of the eighth month every year (811 is the national dial-before-you-dig number in the USA).
We've had fingerprints for years as unique identifiers of individuals and in recent times their uniqueness has been successfully employed for access control. More recently they've been followed by voiceprints and iris scans as unique personal attributes that can be used for access to information systems. But brain waves?
- Streaming content killing TV - Ericsson claims, while Pivot takes content to campuses
- IFA blurs the lines of emerging tech for work and play
- Cloud, UC and telcos - a winning combination
- Recent Updates to ATEL Class 4/5 Softswitch and Billing Software
- Born-in-the-cloud versus born-again-cloud
- Apple iPhone 6: featuring iPhone at its largest and its thinnest
- Cloud taking lion's share of contact centre spending
- Peoplebank brings good news for IT professionals
- CIOs Buy-in Not Drop-out
- Huawei Honor 3C Play: a smartphone to play with that is less than $100 USD
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