The launch of Apple’s iPhone 8 kicked off in a less than lively mood in Australia, as fans held out for the premium iPhone X.
Mobility and Wireless
Windows 10 S isn't just for education; Microsoft hopes the new Windows edition will find its way into homes and enterprises, too.
Google's US$1.1B acquisition of HTC’s smartphone arm is a recognition that to make top devices, you need control over hardware and software, like Apple.
Toshiba is locked in last minute discussions over "key issues" with the would-be buyers of its $22 billion memory chip business led by Bain.
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IDC pegs Chromebook shipments at 1.6M for Q1, versus 1.2M Mac notebooks
The problematic Dell Foundation Services tool might have updated itself on systems bought before August
But companies might not save as much as expected by pushing hardware costs off to employees
Admin staff spend less time dealing with paperwork and more time looking after residents
Telsyte predicts a coming wave of touchscreen desktops will hit the local market
After two years of decline, tablets are now deemed as cost-effective for both entertainment and productivity purposes
Company's top U.S. exec doesn't admit defects actually caused fires, however
Feds point to 'fire hazard;' Customers can decide to get refund or replacement
U.S. consumer product safety agency is working with Samsung over formal recall