Corning has had much success in getting its Gorilla Glass adopted by smartphone and tablet makers. Now it's aiming for laptops.
The long-rumoured cheap, plastic iPhone is "confirmed" by a report on labor practices at the Chinese manufacturer that is assembling the device, according to the interpretation of some bloggers and tech news sites.
Both Apple and Windows-branded tablets lost market share in the second quarter, each retreating in the face of increased pressure from Android, a market research analyst said today.
Whether you call it a death, decline, or decimation, the PC and all its variants are quickly succumbing to the rising popularity of tablets.
Toshiba has two new thin laptops, including one that is tuned so users can use voice commands to post messages on social networks, search the Web or listen to music.
Nokia has launched its flagship Windows Phone, Lumia 925, in the Australian market, making it available at major retailers and networks such as Optus and Telstra.
Samsung Electronics said sales and profits soared in the second quarter from a year ago, but increasing competition in smartphones hurt performance in its core mobile division.
Anyone who watches Apple knows how closely the company holds its secrets. No matter what the subject, the company only speaks when it has something to say.
Apple reported a drop in profits on roughly flat revenue for the April to June quarter, though the results were ahead of analysts' expectations, providing something of a silver lining for the company.
Calls for Apple to start selling a lower-priced iPhone just don't make sense, an analyst said today, because Apple already sells millions of discounted smartphones.
Apple is reportedly testing a new iPad with a 13-inch screen and larger displays for the iPhone.
Microsoft is preparing Wall Street for a 2 per cent slip in Windows revenue for the third quarter and warning that PC shipments will continue their double-digit tumble.
On the desk or on the go, it is often inconvenient -- and sometimes dangerous -- to have to hold your smartphone or tablet. These mounts for your car, office or home let you drive, work or play hands-free.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ70 is a camera that aspires to be a telescope.
Microsoft's attempt to transform its dog-eat-dog corporate culture into a kinder, gentler cooperative climate is likely doomed, according to an expert in failed business strategies.
The sweltering heat gripping much of the USseems to be the cause of an even more intense than usual rumor delirium about the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2.
Google has sent out invitations to a press event next week in San Francisco that reveal no details other than that Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai will host, signaling that some new mobile product or feature could be unveiled.
New Zealand-based Swiftpoint has signed a global licensing agreement with IT peripherals vendor, Belkin.
ICT services and solutions vendor, Dimension Data New Zealand, has signed a contract with adventure clothing brand, Kathmandu.
Toshiba will soon launch the world's fastest SD cards, which will offer write speeds of up to 240MB/s.