Walking the aisles of the week’s Luxury Technology Show in Manhattan was a little light in the ostentation department. Sadly, luxury doesn’t mean sparkle. But it does include plenty of high-end gadgets from some of the world’s best-known companies
Neil Young is pulling back the curtain on Pono, his long-awaited music system designed for audiophiles.
The channel is no stranger to the overhyped ‘next big thing’ and marketing departments delight in coming up with pithy catch-all labels for revolutionary technology. Now we have the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and the more expansive Internet of Everything (IoE) as the world’s largest networking vendor, Cisco has dubbed it.
Sony Electronics Australia has confirmed it will make cuts to its Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ) workforce across its sales, marketing and support departments.
MWC stands for 'more wearables coming'.Wearable tech was big at CES, and now the mania continues at Mobile World Congress. This week’s line-up in Barcelona has included plenty of weird-looking things to put on your head - but we ignored all the headgear to focus on stuff normal people might want to actually wear.
Dicker Data founder and guru, David Dicker, has been promising some big news for a very long time. In fact, every journalist at ARN at some stage or another in the past year was told by Dicker or his faithful marketing and communications manager, Ben Johnson, that something very big was in the pipeline.
Online and mobile payment services company, PayPal, is extending its vertical reach through a new partnership with enterprise payment processing solutions provider, Paycorp.
Sony will sell its struggling PC business to a Japanese investment firm, meaning the slick "Vaio" brand could all but disappear from markets outside Japan.
Microsoft will deliver a meaty software update for the Xbox One next week, adding key features that had been missing since the console's November launch.
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Trend Micro have launched the latest addition to its Worry-Free security business suite, which extends the popular service to smartphones and tablets.
More than 20 per cent of Australian adults will own a wearable electronic device by August, and phablets are set to outsell tablets.
Storage vendor, Seagate, finished the second quarter of the 2014 fiscal year (ended December 27) with revenue of $US3.53 billion, with a gross margin of 28 per cent, net income of $US428 million, and diluted earnings per share of $US1.24.
Acer Oceania managing director Charles Chung has confirmed his retirement, citing health and family reasons.
Here are some of the best little accessories we’ve come across over the past year for connecting, charging, organizing, and more.
iPad sales shifted over the last year, with fewer buyers purchasing the aged iPad 2 and more choosing the lower-priced iPad Mini, a research firm said.
Electronics manufacturers are always looking for the next trend to conquer, and at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), curved technology was certainly a potential next big thing.
Shape of things to come: Phones, TVs and more are starting to throw us curves
Communications vendor, Huawei, has reported that unaudited 2013 revenue will reach between $US39.29 billion and $US29.62bn (¥238bn to ¥240bn based on a December 31 exchange rate of $US1 to ¥6.0569), reflecting an increase of 11.6 per cent year-over-year (YoY).
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