Shipments of tablet PCs and mobile PCs are down, but it is nothing compared to the bloodbath suffered by notebooks.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
The next couple of years will be crucial for Microsoft, but I believe that the company has what it takes to surprise us, and that it still has a good chance of transforming itself into a company that can rise to the challenges and changes thrown up by the post PC era.
Here are six tips and tricks that will help you be more productive when using your iOS7, whether you use it for work or play.
Six simple - but effective - tricks that will help boost your OS X productivity.
Yesterday Microsoft unveiled its next-generation Surface tablet – the Surface Pro 3. But does it have what it takes to be a success?
Microsoft has unveiled its latest entry into the tablet market. Called the Surface Pro 3, it replaces the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 lines that were released less than a year ago.
The top-end Surface Pro 3 tablet, including the pen and keyboard, comes in at a staggering $2,079.
A new leak suggests that the Surface Pro 3 will span prices ranging from $799 to a whopping $1,949.
Bottom line, in almost four years Microsoft has accomplished little more with Windows Phone than becoming the mobile world's third wheel. The best way to change this is for Microsoft to embrace the competition -- Android.
The bottom line is that BYOD can and does work, but it is, at best, a pre-prepared compromise struck between employer and employee. A clearly defined BYOD policy helps everyone know what's going on, and is a vital tool in smoothing relations between both sides.