3D functionality is not a priority for Smart TV customers, according to IDC.
Stories by Patrick Budmar
The remote connection industry is being driven by commercialisation of IT and the Internet of Things (IoT), according to LogMeIn.
Data has always been created in growing amounts, but not in the ways it is today. The Internet of Everything is the end result, but where does it leave the IT industry?
The public Cloud has long been touted as a transformational technology for business, but has the industry itself bought into the hype?
Instead of talking about the Internet of Things, Jawbone feels the discussion should instead be the Internet of You.
Dell is going after the mid-market with its new SC4000 series of storage arrays.
Red Bull Racing is interested in the possibilities presented by 4K video.
Despite the rise of data sovereignty issues with the advent of Cloud computing, Symantec says the geographic location of PKI (public key infrastructure) certificates is no drama.
With the new privacy laws coming to effect in Australia, CipherCloud expects encryption to be a lead consideration at businesses.
Red Bull Racing has gained a 2.5 times faster performance boost from AT&T’s network since last year.
The private Cloud is just moving hardware into a datacentre, according to Fronde.
The Norton Hornets V8 Supercars team has traded its familiar yellow livery for a white one featuring butterflies.
Latest research by BAE Systems Applied Intelligence has shed more light on the Snake cyber espionage toolkit.
The fourth quarter of 2013 was when cyber crime became a reality for more people than ever before, a McAfee report has found.
The Cloud offers cost benefits that may rival traditional datacentre deployments, though Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) said it is not without its risks.
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