There are those who are pushing the envelope in developing the fastest device but not Vivo. With the X5 Max releasing by this month, it is set to become the world’s thinnest smartphone at just 4.75mm which is nothing short of amazing.
The first thing that comes to mind when you’re looking at Nokia smartphones are their vibrant colors and the Lumia 535 continues that strong tradition. Enjoy the extensive Lumia experience which gives you all the benefits of Skype, Cortana, Office and OneDrive included as part of the latest and greatest Windows Phone experience, at an affordable price.
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Journalists and contributors to major news outlets don't get to write headlines - that's the job of sub editors, a threatened species in today's embattled media industry. Occasionally sub editors get it wrong, as with this piece in the Business Review section of the Australian.
It is hard to imagine just a few years from now that we were be in a position where the smartphones from China will be the benchmark and the de facto for others. Now with Meizu MX Pro and Huawei Honor 6X, we have two of the best smartphones that are of the highest specs but is being affordably priced especially to those who can afford to buy a flagship from other manufacturers.
Pictured above (L to R) Dave Street, Business Development Manager for LinesearchbeforeUdig and Mike Guthrie, Performance Manager for Northumbrian Water.
Northumbrian Water Group has become the latest utility to join LinesearchbeforeUdig, the UK’s free to use, online enquiry portal for information on underground utility infrastructure.
Gartner says technology spending by enterprises in Australia will grow 4.1 percent to $78.7 billion in 2015 yet 58 percent of chief information officers (CIOs) expect their budgets to be flat or declining.
If the FTTH Council was conscious of the irony in linking the announcement of its annual 'Gimme Fibre' day to a workshop in Australia - a nation governed by a party that has, of course, abandoned the previous government's plan to do just that - it did not show it.
Eighty eight percent of Australian businesses responding to a survey undertaken by specialist recruitment firm Robert Half said it was challenging to find top IT talent, and larger organisations reported facing the greater recruitment challenge. (31 percent of respondents described the situation as ‘very challenging’ and 57 percent as ‘somewhat challenging’)
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