The computing world has changed, as devices and services become ubiquitous. Now it's time to change the apps we build, and the ways we think about work.
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Invigor Group has acquired Search Results Group, worth AU$5.8 million, as its next step of transforming the company into a digital solutions group.
LinkedIn's new job search app is being touted as a one-stop shop for job seekers without the distractions of news feed updates and digital content postings.
Supermarket giant plans smartphone, new tablet and app revamp as part of digital retail plans.
I hear from a lot of folks who want to find that one hybrid tablet system that can be their only computer. I think most of these people are on a quixotic search.
A study commissioned last summer to find how to protect France's "exception culturelle" in the online era has delivered its verdict - and it's generating its fair share of criticism already.
Poor sales of the Nook tablet during the last quarter is allegedly causing executives at Barnes & Noble to rethink the company's strategy with regards to digital media. But does the company have what it takes to make the switch into licensing?
Microsoft has yet more updated guidance for those in search of the elusive 128 GB models of its Surface Pro tablet/PC hybrids.
The search giant could generate around 10 percent of its 2012 revenue in the coming financial year from tablet users alone, according to new research.
Google and French publishers have finally reached an agreement: the search engine will contribute €60m to a fund designed to help them adjust to the digital age.
The search giant has finally built a 10-inch Android device of its very own to compete directly with Apple's flagship tablet.
The app, similar to those available for iOS and the BlackBerry OS, lets users search online without needing to fire up a browser. However, it will not work on Windows RT-based systems such as the Surface tablet that will go on sale this Friday.
Approximately one in 10 tablet owners read digital magazines and/or newspapers on their devices daily, according to a new report from comScore.
The company is serving up some of its latest Android functionality to all smartphone and tablet users via the mobile web, by delivering 'cards' derived from its Knowledge Graph semantic search framework
Digital entertainment company Rovi will license out patents to Google, as the search giant pushes ahead with a bid to boost its Google TV service.
The Handwrite setting on iOS and Android devices allows input for Google search terms by writing anywhere on the phone/tablet screen. Google has entered the input by handwriting arena, albeit in a limited fashion, ahead of the release of Windows 8 with its similar function.
The next version of Android, which will debut on Google's own Nexus 7 tablet, promises better voice-driven search to take on Apple's Siri, as well as a personal assistant tool and key features for developers
Facebook IPO hype and dramas obscured Google's launch of their Knowledge graph contextual extensions to search, which may prove to be the foundation for future digital networking and a solution to information context and filtering
Microsoft is to dive into the thriving e-reader market, after it stopped suing Barnes & Noble and went into partnership with the bookseller instead.Microsoft had been in litigation over Barnes & Noble's alleged infringement of Microsoft patents in its Android-based Nook tablet, but on Monday the companies announced the end of the legal battle and the start of a strategic partnership around digital content.
Rapid tablet adoption over the next four years could be accredited to shifts in consumer behavior when it comes to productivity and digital content.
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