UK consumers can get their hands on an iPad Air for as low as £29, but they'll have to weigh up how much mobile data they actually need and whether they prefer lower monthly bills or a higher one-off payment.
The journey for that shiny box under the tree often starts with decisions made in the IT office.
Do you need a notebook that can take pretty much anything you can throw at it, or for that matter, throw it at? Yes? Then Dell's Latitude E6420 XFR might be the notebook for you.
Tablet enthusiasts will argue that their platform of choice is far better than the others, but experience shows that's not really the case.
The NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden may stand as a witness against the US intelligence service in a German parliamentary investigation into mass surveillance by the agency.
They are VIP party boats fitted with luxury showrooms.
Organizations are using automation to streamline business processes, expedite product development and manufacturing, and free staff from low-level repetitive tasks. This ebook looks at how automation is...
Emily Williams wasn't real, but the two hackers who created her from social media profiles got her a government job, a company laptop, VPN credentials - and compromised a government network.
The Internet administrator says global policy setting meetings are under-represented by Asia-Pacific interests, and is calling for current voices to be louder and new blood to participate.
Sadly for Galaxy Nexus owners, their devices will only reach Android 4.3 and miss out on the latest OS from Google.
With Amazon and Apple both having unveiled their offerings ready for the holiday spending extravaganza, consumers are faced with a choice. So, let's put Apple's iPad Air up against Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX and see which comes out the winner.
Threatened with a major budget cut that could have seen employees pay slashed, one Italian region decided to ditch its Microsoft Office software to make up the shortfall instead.
After installing OS X Mavericks to their systems, some users want to go back to whatever system version they had before, usually Mountain Lion or Lion. However, a retrograde is not an easy process.
Project NOAH helps provide early warnings for typhoons and disasters by using an IT network that seeks to automate data gathering, modelling, and information output for flood forecasts.
A new electronic vacuum cleaner could bring relief to smoggy Chinese cities. But will it be the solution to the smog problem?
In a country where universal healthcare is a daily challenge to meet because of difficult geographic constraints, one leading hospital group in India has turned to mobile to increase its accessibility and coverage.
The telco will now offer rates at 0.02 rupee (0.03 US cents) per kilobyte for both pre-paid and post-paid customers on 2G on a "pay as you go" basis", in a bid to drive mobile Internet adoption.
National transport safety investigator takes opportunity to stick on the BlackBerry path.
Google's browser gains the ability to return to a default state with a single click.