The mobile phone market is dominated by a few major brands today, but which is the phone which stands out ahead of the rest. We’ve put together a list of our favourite 3 phone handsets along with our favourite features, the top 3 probably won’t surprise you, but the order might…
Archive for August, 2012
Home security is home security, right? There are sensors on the doors and windows, a loud security alarm, and a monitoring station keeping track of it all. Why do you need iPhone or Android apps? How can your phone or tablet protect your house and family? Where does new technology fit in to the picture?
The modern television is the product of many decades of innovations contributed by a plethora of engineers.
A man’s home is his castle, or at least it used to be; in the 21st century, it is increasingly more likely to be his Q branch. In an age of rapid technological advance, this is hardly surprising, and it is interesting to note how many gadgets are simply perfect ways of avoiding exertion.
All businesses need a strong brand image it helps with everything from there marketing to sales and even when retaining customers. The things about a company with a strong brand is that consumers feel safe when buying products off them. It makes them want to use their products more than the competition so its definitely in a companies best interest to do anything it can to try and improve the image of it’s brand. One of the great ways to do this is through technology, below I shall list 3 easy ways to start doing this.
Gigabyte have taken the wrappers off their first Ultrabook, the super light X11 laptop.
Have you been impressed with the latest crop of Ultrabooks, sporting sleek lines, wedge-shaped finesse and a weight comparable to a few bags of sugar? Well you haven’t seen anything yet, as Gigabyte have released the world’s lightest 11.6″ Ultrabook.
Okay, the printer might not be the first thing you consider when setting up a new business, or even developing an existing one and making it more user friendly, but getting the right model to suit the jobs thrown at it is key. After all, you don’t want to wear the poor thing out by sending 300 documents through it in half an hour, but similarly you don’t want it to sit gathering dust with the odd sheet sent through in a week.