At the CES (Consumer Electronic Show) in Las Vegas, Google has unveiled the Nexus One Phone.  The Google Nexus One phone is being talked about as the biggest competitor in the smartphone market to the Apple iPhone, but some industry say that the Apple iPhone has become the industry standard that other smartphones have to keep up with. Palm has released a new smartphone at CES and now even computer manufacturer Dell has entered the smartphone market.

Other news makers from the CES 2010 are Sony unveiling a new VAIO Laptop and Panasonic now has a new flat screen monitor that supports the popular Internet telephone service Skype.

One of the biggest attempts to steal thunder from Apple and their forthcoming iSlate, was software giant Microsoft announcing their entry in the tablet computer market. The introduction of a tablet-style unnamed Microsoft computer that will challenges its rivals on a number of fronts was the real show stealer and has gotten the industry buzzing.

Just like Apple has set the standard for smartphones and hand held computers with the iPhone and its predecessor Newton, Telsec has set the standard for business office centers. Telsec’s Toronto office space has been open since 1980.  Apple evolved the Newton from a hand held computer to the iPhone as the industry standard and the one everyone tries to compete with. Telsec was one of the first Toronto serviced offices, and led the way for other office space Toronto locations to open their doors. Telsec has continued to stay ahead of other office spaces in Toronto by continually investing in modern technology and excellent customer service. When other players enter the office space for rent business in Toronto, they know they have to live up to the standard of Telcec Business Centres.

While, at Telsec the coffee and tea are always complimentary, so is the cold filtered water.  As part of their commitment to the environment, Telsec does not provide bottled water, but instead has a state of the art water filtration system and encourages its clients to use refillable bottles and containers for drinking water to keep thousands of plastic bottles out of the waste system.