Business
Amazon Invests in Yodel UK
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
Amazon has always been searching for ways to cut their operational costs to a minimum, as clearly, the lower the costs, the higher their profit margin. And just recently, reports have indicated that Amazon has just recently invested into a UK-based delivery firm called Yodel. The investment came into light which suggests that Amazon might be partnering Yodel to deliver their goods in the UK market.

According to the Guardian, they reported that Amazon paid 8.7 million for 4.2 percent of Yodel’s shares. If you don’t know, Yodel represents UK’s least popular parcel delivery service, but clearly, the marriage with Amazon would definitely give Amazon a lead advantage in their delivery. I’m pretty sure Amazon definitely has the capability to amass a bigger delivery fleet soon, since their balance sheets look good this year.

Amazon Invests in Yodel UK

 
Web Printing Business
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
Businesses on the internet are booming, as clearly, the lack of business boundary has spurred its unprecedented growth. Nevertheless, if you are searching for a viable web-based business, you should definitely take a closer look at eoncode web 2 print business model. Eoncode.com presents a viable web-to-print software solution for a web-based printing business. The company’s dynamic solution enables you to tap into the web-based printing business with ease. If you require more information on how you can get your web-based printing business up and running, kindly browse to Eoncode.com for more info.
 
Apple Drops Return Policy Back To 14 Days
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
To tell you the truth, not everyone might be happy with the iPhone, although the respective smartphone is one of the hottest smartphones in town. Well, if you are thinking of getting a new iPhone from Apple, you should know that Apple has recently changed their return policy back to their original one, whereby they will be bumping it to 14 days from the previous 30 days.

Of course, the 14 days return policy would be in line with what mobile phone carriers are currently offering. And with Apple changing their policy, this would mean that they would be streamlined against other retailers in the market. Thus, if you have already made up your mind getting the iPhone, be sure to file the 14 days return if you are unhappy with your smartphone.

Apple Drops Return Policy Back To 14 Days

 
MSI High End Gaming Laptops Reinforced With Maxwell Graphics
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
It looks like Maxwell graphics from NVIDIA is a sure winning this season, as top gaming laptop makers like MSI is keen in including the respective graphics card into their high end gaming machines. Generally, the Maxwell architecture features better power consumption, whereby NVIDIA guarantees their graphics card can extend your laptop’s battery life to double its current capacity.

Basically, MSI’s high end machine would encompass i7 processors, dual-SSD "Super RAID" storage configurations and customizable LED keyboards. And as for the graphics cards, you can opt for the 800M series GPU, such as the GTX 870M and 880M GPUs from $1,500, and GTX 850M and 860M GPUs for $1,300. If you are a heavy gamer, you should definitely consider MSI’s latest gaming rigs with the 800M GPU.

MSI High End Gaming Laptops Reinforced With Maxwell Graphics

 
Business Cards Printing
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
Business card is an essential business tool, whereby the respective card carries your contact number and business address, which prospects can refer to when they want to engage your product or services. To tell you the truth, I have been in the sales line for the past 3 years now, and every month, I hand out hundreds of business cards to prospects that I meet daily. And since I hand out a ton of business cards daily, I require inexpensive yet high quality business cards printing to meet my business card demands. Whenever I run out of business cards, I would contact my trusty business card printer to print additional cards, and they price their services very affordably too.
 
Project Ara Modular Smartphone To Costs $50?
Thursday, 27 February 2014
The module smartphone concept is a very enticing concept indeed. Just like a PC, whereby you can simply upgrade the onboard hardware by plugging in the latest hardware on the motherboard, Project Ara smartphones are quite similar to this concept. And just like the name implies, smartphone users would be able to plug in tiny modules onto the smartphone – for instance, if you want better processor, just plug in the new processor inside the modular smartphone’s processor slot.

Of course, one of the biggest financial backers for Project Ara is none other than Google, as clearly, the smartphone market is booming and the market is extremely lucrative indeed. And just recently, Google made an announcement that they hope the cost to purchase such module smartphones would be low – and they even recommended that it should stick at just $50 per smartphone, and that would be an extremely basic smartphone that is.

Project Ara Modular Smartphone To Costs $50?

 
Nokia Sales Slump in 2013
Sunday, 26 January 2014
I would reckon that Nokia definitely did a great job in marketing their smartphones, but surely, even though their enhanced efforts in pushing out their smartphones, consumers are not really that fond of their offerings. And the latest sales figure released by Nokia’s phone department confirms this, in which Nokia sold 8.2 million Lumia handsets in the quarter, as compared to 8.8 million units sold in Q3 last year.

And when it comes to profits and losses, Nokia took a dip of around €198 million ($270 million) in the period. Of course, Nokia has since been acquired by Microsoft, but their deal has yet to finalize yet. But surely, when Microsoft has a firm grip of the company, I’m thinking that the tech-giant can definitely breathe a little more life into the company, with their extremely huge war chest of funds, don’t you agree?

Nokia Sales Slump in 2013

 
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo US And UK Release
Sunday, 26 January 2014
If you are already drooling over Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 3 Neo, chances are, you’d be disappointed to know that Samsung might not be making this particular smartphone in the North America and UK region. Although the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo isn’t an official smartphone by the company, but this hasn’t stop Samsung from talking about the respective smartphone.

According to an insider’s source, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo will only be available in selected countries and regions during its initial launch phase. And if you have yet to read more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, this particular smartphone packs a 5.55-inch screen, 720p screen, and 2GB of RAM. Powering the device is a 3,100mAh battery, and a brand new 2+4-core chip.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo US And UK Release

 
BLU VIVO Phone
Sunday, 26 January 2014
The smartphone market is surely getting more competitive these days, as more manufacturers are coming out with smartphones that would give a run for your money. And one of the latest smartphone manufacturers that had picked up Apple and Nokia’s brightly colored phone idea is none other than BLU, with their latest VIVO smartphone lineup.

The VIVO smartphone comes in several bright color options, and it operates on the Android 4.2 operating system too. There’s a 4.8-inch screen that is a 720 x 1280 Super AMOLED display. And the VIVO runs on a 1.5Ghz quad-core chip from Mediatek. There’s 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, 8MP rear shooter, and a 5MP front facing camera too. And to top it further, the BLU VIVO is up for grabs for just $249!

BLU VIVO Phone

 
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