ASX-listed distributor, Hills Limited (ASX:HIL), has appointed David Lenz as CEO replacing retiring boss, Grant Logan, effective 1 September 2016.
Mobility and Wireless
Vendors join forces to load productivity apps on Android devices.
Datacentre operator, NEXTDC (ASX:NXT), has appointed its national channel boss, Steve Martin, to spearhead the company’s software business and expansion in the Queensland market.
Telecommunications aggregator, Inabox Group (ASX:IAB), has posted an $859,000 profit for FY16, an increase of 344 per cent from the previous financial year.
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The problematic Dell Foundation Services tool might have updated itself on systems bought before August
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Intel chips for low-end tablets could be axed as part of the company's restructuring
Apple's tablet won't be tossed from its top spot in business, but analyst expects Microsoft to make inroads in the next three years
Canonical's first convergence device is here with the ability to switch between a desktop and mobile device, similar to Microsoft's Lumia 950 and 950XL.
The phone could hold any shape
BlackBerry has stopped producing BlackBerry 10 hardware as the company focuses on a more secure Android.
Just another cold shoulder.