Here are some unique gift ideas that have some cool technology behind them.
Frost and Sullivan has predicted next year to be a transformational year, where many ICT vendors will struggle to grow or even maintain market share.
Fujitsu executives and guests enjoyed the company's largest IT-event in Europe with an Oktoberfest celebration at ICM, Munich. More than 10,000 people attended the Forum this year. Those looking for strategic and operative options for modernizing and developing their IT found innovations at the Fujitsu Forum that reduce costs, mitigate risks, increase flexibility and improve efficiency. The event addresses the needs of business- and IT-decision-makers, experts and specialists from data centers and IT departments, project managers and IT architects, consultants and users. In addition attendance is open to technology, sales and consulting partners, as well as representatives from government and research institutions, journalists and opinion leaders.
A full year after making its debut at CES 2013, Panasonic's jaw-dropping 20-inch, 4K-resolution Windows tablet will finally land on US store shelves in January. Panasonic has yet to release a specific debut date, but don't get too excited - you probably can't afford one anyway. With a $US6000 price tag, the Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 slate is squarely targeted at the professional market.
Broadband infrastructure company, Chorus, claims the Commerce Commission’s final decision regarding the pricing for its copper broadband service will render it unable to borrow the sum it requires to make up to a $3 billion investment in ultra-fast broadband (UFB).
It's here! It's here! Google’s new smartphone is (FINALLY) here!
Storage vendor, Seagate, has filled two strategic executive positions through the internal promotions of Dave Mosley and Rocky Pimentel.
Samsung Electronics' net profit in the third quarter was up 25.6 pe rcent year-over-year on record revenue driven by sales of its memory chips and smartphone products.
Broadband infrastructure company, Chorus, has proposed two new Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) products which it aims to bring to market by January 1 following an industry consultation period.
There may be some mind-blowing new gadgets that come out in time for the holiday gift buying season, but here’s a list of the eight most significant tech gadgets released to date.
Designed for gamers, modders, and other enthusiasts, NZXT’s new Source 530 chassis has been launched with the promise of “all the essentials with a focus on affordability and simplicity.”
Photography and imaging vendor, Canon, has extended the registration deadline for its Eyecon Competition to October 31, and is encouraging high school and tertiary students to enrol to share their talents while learning from industry leaders.
Mike McNamara, CIO of the British grocery retailer Tesco, says 3D printing will help his company and the retail sector at large.
The notebook, tablet, and mobile phone markets have seen decline for two consecutive quarters for the first time in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), and while this is not indicative of a saturation point, it could be an indicator of device fatigue and commoditisation, according to analyst firm, IDC.
Exeed has signed a new partnership with AV mounting solutions manufacturer, Atdec AV Mounting Solutions, making it the vendor’s exclusive distributor in New Zealand.
BlackBerry. Once upon a time the name was proud and the devices coveted. Oh, how far the mighty have fallen.
Samsung unwisely decided not to incorporate the majority of our recommended features in their new Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Fools! Fortunately, Samsung (sort of) got one recommendation right.
We're expecting Amazon to update its range of Kindle Fire tablets soon and one has been shown in a new leak.
Having helped drive watches from the wrists of smartphone users around the world, the smartphone industry is now seemingly bent on bringing them back – on its own terms, of course.
Our look at the lineup of Samsung hardware – including the industry's first smartwatch.
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