We all know how expensive it can be to buy a large screen phablet, anything above 5.5-inch. Despite the limited market, there are still people opting to get themselves these devices. With the introduction of ZTE Grand Xmax Plus, affordable meets large screen.
Google who have been developing their latest Android Marshmallow 6.0 OS, has decided to partner with Huawei and Nexus to release two models with the plain vanilla Android experience. The result is Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X which we will be taking a closer look today – and whether the $100 price difference is justified to make you want to get the higher-spec model.
With Motorola, it seems that your choices are quite limited. But one thing you can’t deny the fact is they are always among the first few to get an update to the latest Android OS – in this case Marshmallow 6.0. But to have a flagship device that screams beauty and brawns, now that’s a bonus. It is also known as Moto X Pure Edition in the United States.
“Religion”, “fun”, “social”. They’re not words you’d expect to be associated with a discussion on the importance of data to a business, and advice on how to manage, manipulate and extract maximum value from data. Nevertheless, those are the exact words the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is using in its report The Virtuous Circle Of Data — Engaging employees in data and transforming your business.
As a small to medium business, in particular, keeping costs down is a constant exercise. Communications costs and travel costs no doubt feature for any business wanting to reduce their costs.
Question: What do the Sydney suburb of Dulwich Hill and the Melbourne suburb of Caulfield have in common? Answer: They were both seriously disrupted by burst water mains, within 24 hours of each other.
IDC predicts that more than 65 percent of enterprise IT organisations will commit to hybrid cloud before 2016. “Faced with new digital business initiatives, IT organisations are looking for low-cost, low-risk opportunities to increase agility,” IDC says.
We’ve all heard how digital disruption is overturning the established order, turning the giants of industry, like now defunct Kodak, to dust and spawning disruptive innovators like Uber and Airbnb. It takes a futurist like IBISWorld founder Phil Ruthven, to put some numbers to the wider effects of digital disruption, which is what he has done in the latest edition of his newsletter.
Almost two years have gone by since the LG Nexus 5 made its debut and it seems that Google and LG are gearing up a release soon with the Nexus 5X.
What a long list of expensive features and this can easily be LG’s best bet yet for this year. Come let us meet the V10 which is expected to released very soon in South Korea followed by the rest of the major markets.
- Big data versus net promoter score
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ vs Huawei Mate S: duel for large screen flagships valued at ~$800
- Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime vs Yu Yunique: budget-friendly 4.7-inch devices below $110, usually sold out in mere seconds
- HTC One M9 Plus Supreme Camera: the 5.2-inch metal flagship with extreme camera
- Better collaboration now a key cloud benefit
- TRACEing the path to a secure enterprise
- Netflix takes on Asia with 4 new markets
- States slow to adopt national excavation code
- Why Data Backup alone is not enough
- Digital customer experience, badly delivered
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