Huawei Mate 30E Pro has been launched as an upgrade to the existing Mate 30 Pro. The new smartphone comes with Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin 990E SoC, which is the latest chip in the Kirin family and is an advanced version of the earlier Kirin 990. The Huawei Mate 30E Pro also runs on EMUI 11 out-of-the-box, unlike the Mate 30 Pro that came with EMUI 10. Other specifications of the Mate 30E Pro are identical to those of the Mate 30 Pro.
Finding the perfect gifts can be a challenge, so let us help you. Check out these holiday gift ideas for iPhone or Android users, coworkers, amateur astronomers, adventurers, and more.
Shopping for the holidays can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. With so many options available online, it’s easier than ever to find what you’re looking for and get everyone marked off your list. Consider the gift guides and shopping tips listed below to help make your 2020 holiday season the smoothest one yet. This article will be updated as more holiday gift guides are available.
Jack Wallen shows you how to deploy a full-blown groupware suite for your LAN with ONLYOFFICE Workspace and Docker.
Thanks to the pandemic, a large portion of the workforce is working from home. In some instances, it means having the tools to do your job available on your own LAN. After all, you might have sensitive company information and you don’t want it on a third-party cloud service or transmitting over a less-than-secure consumer-grade LAN or WAN connection. Or, you just might want to have your own tools available at all times to help you get
Sometimes objections to new technology are rooted in a human problem rather than a technical one. Find the root of the issue, and handle with care.
Moving past a paper-based society seems easy in our increasingly modern world. But in Japan, paper is still the medium of choice.
A recent Wall Street Journal article described the quest of Taro Kono, Japan’s newly appointed minister of “administrative reform,” in eliminating the dependency on paper at all levels of Japanese government. Intriguingly, the fondness for paper apparently exists at all levels of Japanese society, and manifests itself in a country