Chromebooks are traditionally small laptops but HP has stretched this one out to 14 inches.
An update to version 7.7.4 of QuickTime for Windows is now available to download, closing 12 security vulnerabilities in the media player software.
With a few big-name Glass apps now in the wild, Google is finally telling some non-developers how they can get their hands on the networked headset.
CEO Marissa Mayer has imposed a number of design changes across Yahoo services, and the design team may be suffering casualties because of it.
HTC is planning to release a mid-range device in the Desire range that will include a quad-core processor, 8-megapixel camera and its Sense 5 UI but has not yet confirmed that it will be headed to the UK.
Will tech giants Facebook and Google end up in a bidding war over the startup?
Nokia adds another prong to its attack on Taiwanese handset maker HTC.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission wasn't impressed with the length of time it took ASX to inform investors of a platform outage in October last year, according an ASIC market assessment report.
The litigation funder backing a potential class-action suit against Vodafone claims censorship of its advertising, but refuses to disclose sign-up numbers.
Businesses should not be afraid of upcoming amendments to the Australian Privacy Act if they put in place the right security foundations, according to NetIQ's Ian Yip.
'Disruption' is a good thing? No: Next time you hear some Kool-Aid-sculling startup genius boast that they're 'disruptive', punch them really hard. Smashing things at random is not progress.
One telco is focusing on business users, while the other is chasing the consumer. Hopefully, it all leads to something better than trout-fishing advertisements.
Telstra has launched a new 4G dongle that doubles up as a wi-fi hotspot.
The US government's offensive approach to 'cyberwar' demonstrates that it doesn't understand that strategies and tactics used in the physical world simply don't apply to the online world, according to Tenable Security's security chief.
There are plenty of legitimate concerns about the Windows 8 interface. But if you think the removal of the Start menu is the root cause of those problems, you're mistaken. See for yourself.
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