In January 2001, Steve Jobs introduced iTunes and forever changed the way we buy and consume media. It’s the most important app that Apple has ever created.
Get fit, have fun, save money, and other great ways tech can help you improve your life this year.
From Android Auto, to Stagefright, to BlackBerry entering the fold, we look back at the year in Android.
Looking back on 2015, it’s in the running to be one of Microsoft’s biggest on record. The company made several major product announcements, and making a number of big bets on its future.
Adobe's latest iOS app turns your photos into promotional (or inspirational) posters.
Digital transformation is rewriting the rules of IT, and CIOs will need to revamp their approaches if they want their companies to survive and thrive. Here are five predictions for what 2016 will bring under the 'new IT.'
“Organisations are increasingly subject to ‘grey IT’..."
2015 was another tumultuous year of more cybersecurity attacks and no different from 2014 or even 2013. Here is what to expect in 2016.
Google beat Microsoft to market with its Cloud-based suite of business apps, but the tables have turned and many organisations, particularly large enterprises, are now looking to Microsoft for their cloud needs.
Online reviews from business intelligence software users suggest that either QlikView or Tableau could do the job, so choosy BI buyers should consider whether it’s more important for the organization to have user-friendly charting or advanced data applications.
Cybersecurity, cloud and fog computing, and sustainability spark new archetype trends in the data centre landscape.
From a regional standpoint, Asia/Pacific posted the highest vendor revenue growth at 25.4 percent.
“Overall revenue and port shipment growth rebounded somewhat in 3Q15..."
“We're witnessing a real market transition as end users shift their demand towards detachables..."
Data breaches made big news in 2015 as measured by a variety of criteria that range from the number of records compromised to the types of data stolen to the potential threat to specific groups such as children.
Every year cybercriminals find the time to give out holiday malware. It is their way of giving back to the community, so instead of look out for these pieces of malware coal.
"We believe we have identified a tremendous opportunity for providers to bring a retail-model discipline to cloud service selection and creation."
Microsoft's guidelines are clear cut, and presumably designed to make it easier for everyone to figure out exactly what the company's doing with Windows 10. Upgrades and updates are not the same thing.
Windows 10 adoption is already significantly behind the uptake pace set by its predecessor, 2013’s Windows 8.1, during its first three months, according to an analysis of OS user share.
With 2016 fast approaching, IT decision makers are eyeing several business technology trends that will shape the New Year.