According to data and reports collected from the internet, there are around 500 million Huawei phone users worldwide.
With the month of Ramadan, comes a month of lethargy and a lack of productivity as most Muslims are crippled by hunger and thirst, unwilling to face the real world. Dismissing responsibility might sound like the ultimate teenage rebellion, but it comes with its fair share of backlash ranging from lost gains, accumulated responsibilities for the next month or simply existential dread from being unproductive. The point is, it isn’t a nice feeling. In the fast paced yet slow month of Ramadan, it’s important to keep your productivity in check. Here’s a list of applications to keep you on the edge this month:
Huawei has been rumored to have prepared for this since 2012.
He started his professional career with SAP practice in Bangladesh’s market. SAP is a German multinational software corporation and Mr. Muiz made his way up to making himself the Associate Vice President at Ernst & Young in just three years.
Throughout history, Muslims have contributed massively to human civilization from the inventions of algebra, surgical tools, coffee, optics and many other things that they haven’t had due credit for. This innovative landscape for Muslims hasn’t ever really changed and the Prestige looks towards giving credit where it’s due, here are 5 instances of the Global Ummah using consumer technology to capitalize on the urgent needs of healthcare, clothing, food, financial strategy, transportation and marriage.
Internet of Things, a rush for convenience, is an ecosystem of devices, between which data can be shared privately. Remember those unbelievable ideas of a smart home? Guess what, it is now a reality. Imagine laying down on your bed and wanting to turn the AC on, but the only thing within hand reach are your laptop and your smartphone. Would you believe you can not only turn the AC on but also your music player, television and digital clocks? This article also explains the effective device management which is critical to establishing and maintaining the connectivity and security of IoT devices.
The word 'satellite' refers to a machine launched into space which moves around the Earth or another body in space. The Earth and the moon are examples of natural satellites. Not long ago, satellites were mystical, top-secret entities used in a military capacity. Now, we can’t imagine any activity without them. Starting from weather reports to television signals to GPS receivers, the use of satellites is very much ingrained in our lives. Thanks to them, we can see images in deep space captured by the Hubble Space Telescope and marvel at the astronauts living on the ISS.
From the uncontrollable nagging of parents and their sympathizers alike, it is undeniable that technology has become a significant part of our lives. Which must have made it difficult for adults in the 90s to grapple the state of technology currently. Kudos to most, though, for adapting quickly. From the medicine you take to the car you drive, technology plays a role in every sphere of your life. Technology has progressed quite a bit since the ’90s and it is ever-evolving.