The top 50 startups in A/NZ have been named in the inaugural Tech Pioneers Report prepared by Venture capital firm, H2 Ventures, with the support of specialist lender and asset manager, Investec Australia.
Samsung's more than a smartphone company, with many cool devices developed in the company's labs.
Amazon Web Services recently hosted its AWS Summit 2016 in Sydney where partners and customers heard about the company's plans and solutions. Some of its partners took to the solutions exhibition to showcase some of their latest technologies. Here are some pictures from the solutions pavilion.
Dicker Data has reported an excellent start to the FY 2016 with first quarter (Q1) profit before tax coming $1 million in ahead of forecast at $6.8m.
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich published what could only be called a manifesto describing how Intel is now a company that powers the cloud and billions of connected computing devices. And the PC? It's just another 'connected thing' in this new world order.
The company didn't break any records this quarter and people are about to freak out.
Adobe Document Solutions has increased its focus on its Document Cloud business with the addition of Box and Microsoft OneDrive into its integrations portfolio. This move follows the addition of Dropbox into that ecosystem last year.
Synnex becomes an Intel Authorised Distributor for embedded Internet of Things (IoT) Products.
The Australian tablet market is entering a new phase of competition.
Why Microsoft has a strong grasp on how customers’ IT environments are evolving.
Golfers in Japan will soon be able to get drinks, snacks and other products delivered to them by drone while they're out on the course.
As part of its new go-to-market strategy, Dell has “reactivated” its agreement with Avnet Australia. As per the deal, Avnet Australia will distribute Dell’s entire enterprise portfolio range.
Nominations for the inaugural Reseller News Women in ICT Awards will now close on April 29.
Shipments of virtual reality hardware will "skyrocket" this year and keep climbing through 2020, market analyst IDC said.
Researchers at the University of California have discovered a way to use nanowires to allow lithium-ion batteries in smartphones, electric vehicles and other commercial devices to be recharged hundreds of thousands of times.
Chip giant Intel has announced it will reduce its global workforce by “up to” 12,000 staff – or an approximately 11 percent of all workers at the company. Clearly it’s not all plain sailing for Intel as the business plans to realign its focus away from the PC market and towards data centre and internet of things divisions.
The PC market has been in trouble for ages, but last year took the biscuit. Shipments dropped below 300 million for the first time since 2008, and IDC declared it the worst year in history. That explains a lot about what happened at Intel this week.
Printer manufacturer, Lexmark International, has been sold to a Chinese-based consortium for $US3.6 billion.
Intel's rise and fall in tablets are starting to resemble the company's misadventures in netbooks less than a decade ago.
Intel is moving to slowly extricate itself from the PC market through a competitive process where every project in Intel's client PC business is being evaluated for its future prospects.