Monthly Archives: July 2011

Free Wifi on Queensland Rail’s City Network

Free WiFi for Brisbane commuters on Queensland Rail’s city network from later this year. Transport Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk said the $6.5 million WiFi roll-out on new metropolitan passenger trains was an Australian first. After the success of the trial, the … Continue reading

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Facebook vs Google+

The top managers of Facebook have a profile at their competitor: Google +. We knew that Mark Zuckerberg, the highly unpopular boss of Facebook, was one of the first to open a profile on his rival social network, Google … Continue reading

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The success and the explosion of online telecom solutions

Selling Online with small business: a booming market “While eCommerce has exploded to individuals for 10 years, a significant proportion of purchases will always be in stores. As for small businesses, they increasingly rationalize their spending. In this context, 100% … Continue reading

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Apple to Open its Largest Store

It has been reported that the tech giant, Apple will open its largest store in the world in New York’s Grand Central Terminal after signing a 10-year deal with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The 2,100 sq m store will take … Continue reading

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The Fax to Email:

Internet faxing allows you to send and receive faxes from your email. Axiatel automatically provides you with a fax number during registration. Your contacts can send you faxes to your new number, like a traditional fax, the only difference is … Continue reading

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Cheap Apple iPhone without a contract?

According to rumors, Apple is planning to create a cheap iPhone. It is speculated that the electronics giant Apple will release a contract-less iPhone. The prepaid iPhone without a contract is expected to cost under $ 350. Currently it is … Continue reading

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A low-cost Android smartphone.

After having launched the high-end smartphone, Droid 3, Motorola now decides to turn to the other end with the XT316, a smartphone for the poorest pockets. This smartphone is top-end and uses a keyboard in the style of other “business” … Continue reading

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