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The UK has its first official Android One launch with a Karbonn device, despite Google's lack of interest in bringing the platform to developed markets.
Unlike Apple itself, this retailer is offering discounts on all iPads and Macs, including at least $200 savings on the Mac Pro.
Most Android Wear devices only show the time after separating from an Android phone. The new Sony SmartWatch 3 includes integrated GPS, NFC, and Wi-Fi, as well as offline music playback.
Senator Tom Coburn's office finally got around to answering my letter concerning the illegality of Bitcoin. I'm happy to report that he agrees with me that Bitcoin is illegal in the United States.
This cloud-based small-business accounting service provides a well-planned set of tools for staying on top of your finances and streamlining the processes involved.
The world's largest social network earlier this year dished the details on its global datacenters, which are grounded in open source and energy efficiency.
It's hard to fit this giant Android tablet into a conventional slot. The pico projector is a first for an Android tablet and very cool, if a bit difficult to use.
Google is transitioning its Chrome browser to 64-bit, which means that Mac owners running older Intel hardware will need to find a new browser or risk running an unpatched browser.
Deutsche Telekom and Orange have confirmed they're in early talks with BT over the possible sale of EE, following earlier discussions with BT and O2 over a similar deal.
Google's Project Ara gets some new rivals as Finnish startups invent the next wave of modular devices
Handsets where you can upgrade hardware as easily as software have always been a dream for consumers. Now, that dream is fast becoming a reality.
Romanian software engineers have seen their paychecks rapidly increase over the past decade. Will the country maintain its advantage as an outsourcing location?
NBN Co has bowed to industry pressure, announcing that it will drop the connectivity virtual circuit charge for retail service providers by 12.5 percent from February 1 next year.
NICTA's latest report has revealed that there are opportunities for public sector agencies and external independent businesses to become service brokers to help the government deliver its services through digital channels.
The Dubike could navigate, monitor riders' health, and allow them to build up their own social networks.
The tide is turning against mass digital surveillance, both politically and commercially, but is Attorney-General Brandis capable of even noticing, let alone changing, course?
While the uptake of hybrid cloud has been solid this year, enterprises are now scratching their heads about how to bring governance and control back into their business.