Yes, you read that right. For an absolute mind-boggling price of $99 USD, you will be getting this mid-range 6-inch phablet. With ZTE Zmax Pro set to be released on July 31st, you can say it will be getting massive response from the public.
Asus have been on fire recently and with the impending release of Zenfone 3 ZE520KL, it gives users more options to shop around.
With such specs the, Meizu MX6 is about to get as hot as it can be in the race for making hexa-core or 10-core processor an affordable dream.
If you are in the market for a budget smartphone, then perhaps you should be looking at Motorola Moto E 2016 which is now in its 3rd generation. Lots of improvements is said to be taking place and the best thing is that it will be priced even lower than last year’s model.
Antioxidants play an important role in our body's immune system, protecting against disease and illness.
Modern-day TVs offer more than just basic channel switching functions. Many of the "smart" TVs can connect to the Internet, play games, run apps and more.
“The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Spring Wave Release takes Microsoft’s vision of having one single platform to manage all touchpoints of business relationships one step further,” proclaimed KPMG in its review of the latest release, which came out in early June but which had been well foreshadowed by Microsoft and commentators.
Digital radio is establishing a stronghold with Australian audiences reaching 3.52 million users across the five metropolitan capital cities. According to the latest statistics from GfK, DAB+ digital radio gained 168,000 listeners in the first quarter of 2016.
In 1991 IDG Books published DOS for Dummies, a beginner-friendly guide to Microsoft’s PC operating system. That first publication had a print run of just 7500 copies, but it was the beginning of a global publishing phenomenon that now has 250 million books in print spanning 1800 titles. (Although with the availability of online editions that in-print number is somewhat meaningless.)
The National Utility Locating Contractors Association for Australia (NULCA) has partnered with publishing company Great Southern Press, publisher of the Trenchless Australasia magazine, to produce monthly e-newsletter for members. Under the new partnership, NULCA members will also have the opportunity to promote themselves to the underground asset industry by purchasing a listing in the ‘business cards’ section of the magazine.