Having adequate fencing is an essential part of running a goat farm.
Marrakesh is well known for having a whole host of plush resorts to choose from, but according to The Globe and Mail, it’s the equine artistry that sets the Selman Hotel apart from the rest.
Co-owner Abdeslam Bennani Smires, has loved horses for as long as he can remember.
Ricoh Australia will now provide a new scheme to printers that will offer gas offsets during their hire-purchase, rental or lease agreements.
The scheme will mean that printers with contractual agreements will be offered the option of having carbon offsets, similar to options given when booking aeroplane flights, but only if consumers agree to participate in Ricoh’s consumables recycling program.
Bora Bora, an island of French Polynesia, is the ultimate location for a luxurious island escape, wrote Michael Gebicki for The Border Mail.
Most of the accommodation in Bora Bora consists of over-water bungalows and some of the more popular places to stay when escaping to this paradise include Vahine Island, Le Taha’a Island Resort and Spa and St Regis Bora Bora.
Mobile phones do not appear to interfere with or pose a risk to planes or vehicles, reported Computerworld’s Adam Bender.
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) recently refuted two allegations it said have received significant media coverage. These include the claim that mobiles can endanger flights and that signals emitted by mobile phones can start petrol fires.
A new device that prints text messages and emails is making it easier for tech-averse seniors to stay connected with their families, reported The Kansas City Star.
The device is a 5-inch cube that prints messages and photos on thermal paper for users to view. Family and friends can send their messages by dialing a number that is unique to each cube.
Two Android devices are challenging the iPhone as the go to for business phone systems, offering bigger screen size and value for money for business owners.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One are now competing for the valuable business market, with both possessing their own strengths.
A Gladstone driving instructor has had enough of witnessing his clients cop a barrage of abuse from impatient drivers and is calling for road users to calm down.
She asked other drivers to remember what it was like when they were learning to drive .
Candita Hamblin, of Training Wheels Driver training, shared that road rage seems to be getting worse and she can recall a number of incidents over the last few months.
Like electricity or water, fast broadband is now just another essential part of a city’s infrastructure. It is not only important for our communication systems but also for our economy, education and health sectors explained Andrew Leigh for On Line Opinion.
Labor’s National Broadband Network (NBN) plan will mean every home and business will have access to a fast internet connection through optic fibre, fixed wireless and satellite technologies.
Cloud communication provider Alteva has unveiled it’s latest Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) product for use in the legal profession. Alteva’s communication for legal operators will operate over the internet. With internet capabilities, the solution will offer a range of communication methods, including hosted PBX telecommunications. As a solution tailored for the specific needs of the legal profession, Alteva included a range of data recording and auditing functions.
Alteva hopes to facilitate the maximum level of productivity for legal offices. That means unobtrusively connecting legal practitioners with clients in a confidential and reliable manner.