LaCie, the premium brand of Seagate Technology, announced the addition of USB-C technology to its Porsche Design Mobile Drive, making it the perfect match for Apple's new MacBook.
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Dell is enabling customers to tailor datacentre technology to optimise a range of applications with the PowerEdge FX architecture.
Security concerns of midsize businesses are preventing them from taking full advantage of cloud, mobility, and big data.
The latest models include an all-in-one with a touchscreen option, while all feature Smart USB Protection technology allowing IT staff to control access to the system's USB ports.
Stylish Bluetooth headset with dual-mic technology for outstanding sound quality and clarity. One year warranty. Retail packaging was $130.
It will be business as usual for Dell Australia and New Zealand’s incoming vice president and general manager, Angela Fox, with the company set to continue building on the business technology solutions focus it has fostered locally under the outgoing Joe Kremer.
PayPal has revamped its mobile card reading technology, releasing its new PayPal Here Bluetooth-enabled credit card reader for smartphones in Australia.
Dell Wyse Cloud Connect is a cloud-access device on a USB stick. Road warriors need only use one of these devices combined with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to access cloud-based applications. Dell claims this is a first but not really.
More adventures with add-ons: a four-port USB hub specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi, and a Bluetooth USB adapter. Also, as summary of hardware and costs so far.
Wearable tech has largely been about utilitarian smart watches and activity monitors. CSR demonstrates a stylish application using low-power Bluetooth technology.
Asus could be required to pay $138 million in damages and possibly stop producing products that use USB technology.
We spend 47 minutes with Dell chief information officer Andi Karaboutis, who gave us the lowdown on running technology for a company that stakes its name on it.
UPDATED: Dell shareholders have voted to take the company off the stock market, in one of the largest privatization deals in modern technology history.
The new USB 3.1 standard pushes transfer speeds to 10 Gbps, but it is still way behind Intel's 20 Gbps Thunderbolt technology.
Dell's thumb-sized Android USB device, revealed at CES, is set to ship in July this year. Good news for security-conscious IT staff?
Carl Icahn's proposal might severely damage Dell as a serious enterprise technology player when the fear uncertainty and doubt parade starts rolling.
The electronics giant joins Apple, Dell, Google, and others in hoping to grab a share of the K-12 technology market.
While on paper Intel's Thunderbolt technology is far superior to USB 2.0, the announcement that an updated USB 3.0 specification is on the horizon guarantees that it will never go mainstream.
Dell Wyse's device is a bit larger than an USB stick and aims to bring a virtual window and content access to any monitor or TV.
Credant's services are also designed to support multiple mobile operating systems, which hints that the company's portfolio might be of interest to Dell as it continues to try to tackle BYOD.
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