Taiwanese giants HTC, have had another great year in the smart phone market. Now that the new year is slowly coming into play, so is the information on its soon to be released model – HTC One M9.
According to a benchmark test leaked online, it’s rumoured that the device will feature a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 810 chip, 3GB of RAM and a new powerful camera.
Apparently HTC will be doing away with its duo-camera technology and going ahead with a 20.7-megapixel rear camera and a 12-megapixel front camera. The device will also come packed with Android’s 5.1 Lollipop OS.
Likely to be released in early Spring time 2015, we expect this phone to get tongues wagging as the last couple of HTC flagship phones have done.
BT have revealed that they’re look to purchase O2, nine years after selling the company to Telefonica.
“We continue to develop our own plans for providing enhanced mobile services to business and consumer customers, in line with our previous announcements. We remain confident of delivering on these plans and have also been exploring ways of accelerating them, including assessing the merits of an acquisition of a mobile network operator in the UK. We have received expressions of interest from shareholders in two UK mobile network operators, of which one is O2, about a possible transaction in which BT would acquire their UK mobile business.”
Of course all talks are at a preliminary stage, so there’s no guarantee the purchase will happen.
Cloud storage giants Dropbox have struck up another deal, meaning that their cloud storage service will come preloaded on even more technology. This time, they have struck up a deal with HP and Acer to allow their storage software to come preloaded on all new machines.
Users will be granted access to 2gb storage, but if users want more then a Dropbox Pro account is required which comes at a cost. With 1tb storage costing £7.99 per month, the deal will also include additional sharing controls and the option to remote wipe an account.
There are discounts which will be available on the premium account, but specific pricing has not been released as of yet.
Kaeser is one of the biggest compressed air system providers globally. It has made a name for itself in the compressed air system products through innovative products and solutions. It is known for producing high-quality equipment and excellent customer service. The company was founded in the year 1919 by Carl Kaeser in Germany. It soon expanded due to the high quality of its products and the company currently has over 4800 employees all over the world. It operates in over 50 countries.
Kaeser specialises in making air compressors which are highly energy efficient. Since the Kaeser air compressors are of high quality, they do cost a bit more than their competitors but if one looks at the long term costs associated with air compressors, the initial cost in almost negligible, On their website, Kaeser mentions that businesses need to look at the overall cost of air compressors over the long term.