A look back at the most memorable tech-related happenings of 1989.
At this year's International CES, the most valuable real estate isn't the prime exhibit areas in the huge halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. It's you.
With worldwide device shipments projected to reach 2.5 billion units in 2014, analyst firm, Gartner, expects the total number of Android users to increase by 26 per cent from 2013 and reach 1.1 billion as the operating system (OS) continues its market dominance.
Wearable technology is everywhere at this year's CES – as a quick perusal of early coverage reveals. It's tough to turn around on the show floor without seeing smart clothing, smart watches, and Google Glass wannabes.
Recently-installed BlackBerry CEO John Chen is on a mission to restore the ailing company to financial health, largely by restoring faith in BlackBerry among corporate CIO's and other traditional enterprise customers.
You can have the prettiest 4K TV sets in the world. But that higher resolution screen will garner only so many oohs and aahs if there's not enough native content to display on it.
recent media reports that Chromebooks had had a successful 2013 drew criticism from analysts, including one whose data sparked the coverage.
This morning, Google and a handful of automobile manufacturers, including Audi, GM, Honda and Hyundai, announced a partnership designed to bring the Android mobile platform to vehicles. Chip-maker Nvidia is also an Open Automotive Alliance member, and the group says "this announcement is the beginning, not the end. We'll enthusiastically work with any company interested in the compatible use of the Android with cars." The first Android-enabled cars from the new Open Automotive Alliance are expected to be released sometime this year.
It seems like a bit of a disconnect for HP to announce new commercial PCs at a trade show focused on consumer electronics, but HP--which didn't book exhibit space at this year's CES--is wise not to waste the opportunity.
Forrester takes a page from da Vinci to paint an image of what the modern man will don in terms of wearable technology.
Picture taking, whether you use a smartphone or digital camera, doesn't have to be boring. Here are some cameras and peripherals that can help you create truly marvelous photos.
For all those friends, relatives, colleagues and acquaintances who deserve something cool to brighten their holiday season, we offer these suggestions
Microsoft has quietly ended retail sales of Windows 7, according to a notice on its website.
Large smartphones with 5-inch or larger displays -- often called phablets -- are eating into sales of smaller tablets with screens in the 7-inch range.
Amazon has made online product selling and distribution an art form
Electronics retailer, Dick Smith, will officially begin trading on the ASX on December 4, using the ticker DSH.
Windows tablets will gain market share in the coming years, but not fast enough to challenge the dominance of Google's Android and Apple's iOS, IDC said on Tuesday.
Tokyo's world-famous Akihabara district lost one of its signature stores on Saturday, and with it a piece of the area's rich electronics history faded away.
Tablets will out ship almost all other PC form factors combined next year, forming nearly 50 per cent of the total market, according to Canalys.
WD has revealed its Black2 dual drive, which is a fusion drive that contains both a solid state drive (SSD) and hard drive in the same package. It’s a design that’s come about due to extensive feedback from WD’s customers, who expressed a desire to have more control over the SSD portion of a hybrid drive, as well as a higher solid state capacity.
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