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2019 will bring you foldable phones and flexible tech

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Released in China, The Royole FlexPai is the first foldable phone. Believed to mark the beginning of a new wave of foldable devices on the market, rumours suggest manufacturing giants Huawei, Samsung, Motorola and Oppo will be bringing you foldable smartphones. Early adopters will be looking at hefty price tags, with the FlexPai available at around £1,000. So, why fold? Folding devices will enable you […]

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Introducing Vodafone ‘V’ GPS trackers

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Vodafone has introduced three new additions to its range of ‘V by Vodafone’ IoT trackers.  The new devices are GPS trackers that serve different functions. Firstly, the ‘V-Pet tracker’, brought to you through partnership with Pod 3. The tracker is light and compact enough to be worn on the collar of your pet, whilst real-time tracking ensures you can find your cat or dog if […]

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Why PSTN/ISDN customers are switching to VoIP and why they’re not

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Earlier technology, PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) is the standard telephony set up for small businesses, with ISDN (Intergrated Services Digital Network) delivering digital lines for larger businesses. Thanks to bigger and better data capabilities, businesses are now embracing VoIP, aka the “Voice Over Internet Protocol” – the flexible phone system that allows you to make calls over your internet connection. Why are businesses moving to […]

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Huawei launches P Smart

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Design The Huawei P Smart is crafted from a glossy ceramic-like texture, with striking colours and super clarity, the 6.21″ FullView display provides a notable viewing experience, embodied by a 3D curved body. Available colours include Midnight Black, Aurora Black and Sapphire Blue. Key features Similarly to Samsung devices, the P Smart allows you to split the screen so you can run two apps side by […]

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Business comms in 2019: Is your business prepared?

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The rapid adoption of key technologies over the last 40 years, including mobile phones, email, and business software, has meant the contribution of information and communications technology (ICT) to office worker productivity per hour is nearly five times (480%) more than what it was in the 1970s – (Centre for Economic and Business Research, conducted on behalf of telecoms operator O2). Typewriters have given way to computers, […]