The #MadeByGoogle hashtag doesn’t mean Google is becoming a consumer electronics company despite its announcement of five new hardware products.
The public beta of macOS Sierra arrived today for early-bird testers who want to try out the new desktop operating system. The biggest change? The arrival of Siri.
Executive News Editor Ken Mingis, Computerworld Editor in Chief Scot Finnie and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw tackle Apple's big keynote address from the Worldwide Developers Conference.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is the clear choice of hybrid for the enterprise -- and for good reason. Here are five features that make this device the best option for business users.
ARN spoke to partners about the state of play in Victoria’s capital.
ARN Deputy Editor, Hafizah Osman, asked five partner leaders to file reports on their growing companies.
While not a panacea, new technologies promise to enable the elderly to stay in their homes longer and more safely
ARN quizzed Perth-based IT service providers on the main issues impacting business in 2016.
If you’re looking for a hybrid device that shines in the enterprise, Microsoft and Samsung both offer high-end Windows 10 tablets. CIO.com senior writer Sarah White compares the Surface Pro 4 and the Galaxy Tab Pro S to see which one fits best in business.
Forget Hermès bands. Let's think bigger.
Our primer on Mac management policies will help you roll out a secure, productive fleet en masse
In a recent interview, HP Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman discusses her firm's RD strategy and how it differentiates itself from other IT vendors in areas including cloud computing and hyper-converged infrastructure, among others. She also talks about HP's image problem.
Apple hardware is not what we would call "cheap," but these limited edition products are literally worth their weight in gold.
PCs are still the preferred platform in many organizations, for cost and integration issues, but Macs have carved out a strong niche.
“The mature market slowdown has some grave consequences for Apple, as well as the high-end Android space."
Samsung's flagship devices incrementally improve on last year's devices with a beefed-up camera, faster processor, and curvier design.
CIO.com's Al Sacco goes hands-on with Samsung's new Galaxy S7 smartphones and spotlights the most notable new features, along with a few of the GS7 phones' potential shortcomings.
“For Samsung to stop falling sales of premium smartphones, it needs to introduce new flagship smartphones that can compete with iPhones."
“Aside from exchange rate volatility, IT spending has been relatively stable for the past five years.”
The first big mobile show of the year gets even bigger.