While it's unlikely that paper and hardback books will be going away anytime soon, there's been an increasing demand for e-books in recent years.
It's estimated that some 205 billion emails are sent each day. With our society's growing reliance on email as a means of communication, there's a subsequent greater risk of hacking.
It is getting rare these days to find a smartphone smaller than 5-inches, and it is even more rare to find one that has a dual-screen. All that and more is found on LG X Screen which we will be taking to have a closer look today.
Virtual Reality has captured the imagination and revenue potential of streaming TV providers and broadcasters but industry executives warn that it could risk going the same way as 3D TV.
I’m sure you heard this before, expressed in many different ways. “Today’s successful organisation needs to be able to turn on a dime, changing its product or service strategy as fast as its customers’ needs require. The successful business of the 21st century crosses all boundaries; can quickly meet and adapt to competition, whether it comes from another part of the world, another industry or a startup; or it can use its core competencies to extend itself in new ways.”
Trenchless technology is a really useful technique for installing underground infrastructure such as cables and small diameter pipes. It avoids having to dig long trenches to install infrastructure with all the attendant risks of damaging that infrastructure.
When the stakes are high, it is good to know that a smartphone around this price range can offer so much more to the consumer. Let’s see where Vivo X6s and Xiaomi Mi 4s stack up against each other.
Looking for a smartphone with a huge screen and huge battery life? Then come let’s meet Allview P8 Energy Pro who have it both and more.
Following up to the crazy sales of the Zuk Z1, just seven months on out comes the Zuk Z2 Pro. How will it fare then?
MobiCommerce is excited about its mobile app building extension receiving 1000 downloads over MagentoConnect platform.