Our look at the lineup of Samsung hardware – including the industry's first smartwatch.
The iOSphere equivalent of food-binging on potato chips is picture-binging on iPad front and rear housings. This week the binge binges on.
Microsoft's Xbox One will become available on November 22 and the company has made the game console faster by cranking up the clock speeds of the CPU and graphics processor.
While the acquisition of Nokia’s devices and services business by Microsoft for $5.57 billion is a “logical step forward” by the latter, it will have limited impact on the smartphone market in the short to medium term, according to Analysys Mason.
Microsoft, Apple and Samsung among those issuing mea culpas
PC and components distributor, Altech Computers, has been appointed to distribute Crucial DRAM and SSDs and Lexar memory cards and USB drives.
Sales of so-called "smart watches" will surge from 1 million to 36 million in five years, according to a speculative new report from Juniper Research. But whether that defines "success" remains an open question.
The Suna Traffic Channel has expanded its New Zealand coverage to include Hamilton and Tauranga, now covering 91 per cent of the main metropolitan population, alongside Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
AOPEN and Intel have announced its eTILE series of tablets aimed at retail environments to act as point-of-sale or digital signage.
Mobile payments provider, Mint Wireless (ASX: MNW) has landed an agreement with accounting software vendor, MYOB.
Samsung looks likely expand its successful Galaxy brand of smartphones next month to include a smartwatch known as Galaxy Gear. According to a report from Bloomberg, Samsung will unveil the Android-powered smartwatch on September 4.
The iOSphere is still conflicted over the iPad 5 and iPad mini dates, whether it's the start date for mass manufacturing, for the product announcement, or the availability. Eventually, someone is bound to be right.
Electronics vendors, Seagate, HGST, Toshiba, and Western Digital (WD), have partnered to create the Storage Products Association (SPA), a forum intended to educate manufacturers, consumers and professionals about storage technologies and their significance.
The market for smartwatches - devices that play music, connect to social media and even let you make phone calls - is poised to take off. Here's a look at what's available and what's in the works.
In addition to a famously wide array of perks, Google employees have been given a fairly wide berth to create Easter Eggs and other (occasionally needlessly intricate) pranks for their suite of Web tools. And in that proud tradition of digital Tom Foolery, comes this very cool Doctor Who-themed Easter Egg quietly hiding in Google Maps.
ASX-listed retailer, JB Hi-Fi (ASX:JBH), has announced a net profit after tax (NPAT) of $116.4 million for its end-of-year financial results, which ended June 30.
Welcome to our Apple Television release date, rumours and pictures article. Here, we are going to bring you everything we know about the new Apple Television and its release date so you'll know exactly when the new iMac is coming out. We're also going to bring you a few of the juiciest spec rumours that are flying round the web's most trusted Apple Television websites. Finally, we have a some new Apple Television pictures that we'd like to show you. So sit back and relax we're got the new Apple Television covered.
Microsoft got out the axe again, and cut the price of some Surface Pro models by $100. While the move may help boost the anemic sales of Microsoft's tablets, it's not significant enough to make a real impact--especially for business users.
Sales of tablets, including Apple's iPad, slowed during the second quarter, according to a Monday report by IDC. But the real news may be the rise of "no-name" tablets, which are now the largest segment of the tablet market.
Samsung plans to announce a new Galaxy device -- probably the Note III -- on Sept. 4 in Berlin, according to an invitation sent to reporters on Monday.
A look inside the comprehensive remote training and certifications options now available via the AWS partner network
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