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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.
Microsoft's newest version of OneNote for Android is optimized to work on tablets and adds support for digital inking. The 'modern' version of OneNote for Windows 8.x also is getting an update.
Sales targets for digital cameras, smartphones and tablets have been cut by 13-17 percent for the year ending March 2015.
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.
Digital communications group VivaKi declares it has narrowed down successful marketing on tablets to a trio of models proven to outperform standard ads.
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Based on new figures from Adobe, tablets are where the money is when it comes to digital marketing.
Sales of MP3 players are dwindling due to the popularity of smartphones and tablets, but offering tailored features and more digital content will keep such personal media players from going extinct.
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As we create and carry around with us more and more digital detritus, is the maximum of 64GB of storage available on Windows RT tablets going to be enough once users start throwing software and files at it?
Consumers will move 36 percent of their digital content to cloud by 2016 due to growth of camera-equipped smartphones and tablets, as well as desire to share and access content across multiple devices, Gartner predicts.
Maxis unveils service, called "e-buuk", boasting over 300,000 international and local titles for local subscriber base, and has plans to expand local content through partnerships with educational institutions.
Americans are actually the most likely tablet owners to pay for all categories of media content -- except for one: news.
The increasing use of smartphones and tablets for personal computing tasks is leading users to put a "personal cloud" at the centre of their digital lives, according to Gartner Inc. Where once they would have centralised their data on a PC, probably by synchronising with Microsoft Outlook, they will increasingly synchronise their data using cloud-based services.
Cheaper book prices by online bookstores from lower operating costs put pressure on brick-and-mortar bookshop owners aiming to stay in business, say market players, who add e-books not immediate threat.
Ultrabooks biggest star at Consumer Electronics Show this year, but exhibitors also expected to tout device and data management products to help users multitask between multiple gadgets.
Launch of own-branded smartphone, Xperia S, marks Japanese electronics giant's first foray into mobile market, with one analyst describing move as bold but necessary.
With lowered full-year earnings forecast, bookseller considering separation of Nook business to capitalize on devices' increased sales and demand for digital content.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office publishes patent application detailing Cupertino's technology to offer "low-computational" face recognition capabilities, while new rumors surface of two iPad 3 models.
SingTel provides e-book service through app for mobile devices features both local and international publications, provides cost savings for customers.
There is much talk of a 'post-PC' world in which smartphones, tablets and other digital devices take centre stage. Be that as it may, the PC-centred world is currently suiting Lenovo just fine: the company has recently overtaken Dell to take the number-two spot in worldwide PC sales behind HP.
Web giant now offers hardware, software and content for Android users, but since it makes its own devices and has limited global presence, hardware vendors have little reason to partner the Kindle maker, note analysts.