Most rugged tablets aimed at businesses operating in challenging environments are Windows devices. Getac's 7-inch Z710 bucks the trend by running Android.
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German router manufacturer AVM adds LTE support to a pair of 802.11n models and introduces a new case design.
Windows 8.1 adds support for small form-factor tablets. Here are our thoughts after a couple of weeks of using it on an 8-inch Atom-based device from Acer.
Tape and MiniDisc have reached the end of their respective roads. So what can we use to record meetings and lectures in today's digital world?
Western Digital is a recent entrant into the wireless router market, but its draft-802.11ac product holds its own against similar offerings from more established vendors.
Upgrade your on-screen writing and painting with styluses that look like they can really make a mark.
ReadyNAS OS 6, with support for the BTRFS filesystem, lies at the heart of Netgear's updated SME-focused range of NAS boxes.
Looking to upgrade your small-business LAN to 10GbE? Check out Netgear's new range of switches, which includes a 'lightly managed' 8-port model for around a thousand dollars.
Don't need all the new features and cloud integration in Microsoft's Office 2013 — or just hate the ribbon? The new version 4.0 of the free LibreOffice could be what you need, but it's not the milestone it claims to be.
Microsoft has given ZDNet a brief look at its eagerly awaited x86 tablet, which runs the full version of Windows 8.