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Second generation of internet of things and wearables, plus enterprise networking boosts profits at chip designer.
It seems that everywhere we go, CTOs and CIOs are talking about "digital," but exactly what does "digital" mean?
Did you know that Google Glass could be used to monitor rhinos? Yes, that is happening.
Microsoft is signing up testers for a soon-to-be-released preview of "Office Mix," which is a new, interactive presentation application.
Giant will work with China Telecom in Shanghai to set up a big data analytics facility to study gamer behavior and habits, and apply these into future product designs.
While there are plenty of new products emerging to challenge organizations in the way they plan, drive, deliver, and support the business, it helps to understand the leading players.
As enterprise technology often struggles to keep up with the consumer world, here are the high impact products breaking into the mainstream with excellent chance to help companies keep up and get ahead.
The technology is interesting, but the novelty will eventually wear off.
Microsoft is highlighting some of its big-data and analytics projects at this week's TechFair research fair.
Can the retail giant emulate Amazon's ecosystem-building success?
Who needs a smartphone to make low-value payments when giving the till a high five can do the same job?
Governments should adopt a light touch approach in regulating virtual currencies and instead allow technology to help protect consumer interests, says Singapore-based Bitcoin broker, Coin Republic.
Google reckons its Glass Explorer club has reached capacity after the company opened it up to the public for one day only, but it's staying mum on numbers.
Users wanting to create an account on Australia's first bitcoin ATM will need to provide a phone number, and undertake a scanning of their driver's licence, face, and palm.
The UK-based company Brightwake used Stratasys 3D printed parts to reduce prototyping costs by 96 percent for its blood-recycling machine Hemosep - reiterating the cost efficiencies 3D printing can bring to the prototype process.