Motorola's assault on the low end of the smartphone market continues with a new entry-level handset and an upgrade to the popular previous incumbent.
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HTC continues to produce high-quality high-end smartphones, the new flagship One M8 taking over where last year's One left off. But will it be enough to improve the company's fortunes?
The CC3000e ConferenceCam allows you to make full use of your meeting rooms for video conferencing, without paying telepresence-style prices.
Adobe's flagship creative applications get significant updates, and the company resets the clock on 30-day trials so you can sample the new functionality.
Wearable tech has largely been about utilitarian smart watches and activity monitors. CSR demonstrates a stylish application using low-power Bluetooth technology.
Researchers and developers seeking to create and test Internet of Things applications using IPv6 over Low-power Wireless Personal Area Network (6LoWPAN) technology now have a toolkit at their disposal.
The Mobile Speakerphone P710e is a compact Bluetooth speakerphone with NFC support that doubles as a convenient stand for your smartphone or tablet.
Dell's mobile Precision workstations get a Haswell upgrade, while the Ivy Bridge-based tower range is expanded with single- and dual-socket models.
Mobile device/application management vendor updates its on-premise Windows-based solution to accommodate business features in Apple's upcoming mobile OS refresh.
HTC has taken its award-winning 4.7-inch One Android smartphone and shrunk it into a 4.3-inch form factor.