If you have used the internet to share or store anything in the last two years, this post concerns you. After the devastating news that there is a bug in the internet meaning all our personal info have been (literally) bleeding out of a gaping hole, more bad news was on the way.
Beijing and other Chinese cities are some of the most dangerous and toxic cities to live in in the world. Don't believe that? Just check out the daily pollution postings that are available throughout the country.
We can have a never ending debate over who is responsible for this situation, at the end of the day though, we all need to change our habits AND there needs to be more awareness being raised over this issue.
Another day, another new phone launch in Asia. Although, today announces the unlikely union of Nokia, an up until now Windows-only kinda guy, has decided to switch to Android.
The latest phone series is meant to be low budget and hopes to compete well in Asia where apparently everyone just loves a budget phone.
Android as the winning ticket
When it comes to the smartphone industry, neither Nokia nor Windows have fared very well. Indeed, the flagship windows phone from Nokia has sold a reasonable amount of handsets but is no competition to the big boys.
When an up-and-coming company that has created a wildly successful product gets bought over by one of the globe’s leading forces, there is always a plethora of questions, worries and excitement that rise up.