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What do tech bloggers say when asked what their favorite, essential and most useful gadgets and tech products are? The answers from the team at ZDNet may surprise you.
The instability of Bitcoin value is well known, but could the cryptocurrency prove valuable in shoring up emerging markets? The sole winner of the Bitcoin auction believes so.
Australian startup Hardcotton has announced the launch of a new 3D printer which uses what it claims is a "world first" pressure system to control resin levels during printing.
The newly launched META Sports Manufacturing Hub is giving Australian businesses, manufacturers, and universities the opportunity to collaboratively take advantage of the AU$300 billion global sports technology market.
Swirl and Motorola will jointly sell Swirl's beacon-based in-store mobile marketing platform as a standalone product as well as in conjunction with Motorola MPact.
Californian lawmakers have signed a bill removing the prohibition of companies or individuals from issuing money other than US dollars, rendering bitcoin technically legal in the state.
A team of RMIT researchers have demonstrated how sound waves can be used for micro- and nano-manufacturing, and be used in a range of applications including 3D printing, wound care, and even thin film coatings for paint.
The Surface Pro 3 has refined Microsoft's hybrid vision again, but does it really fit in with our usage of tablets and PCs?
Optimizely will use Synference's method of testing, optimization and machine learning to further its use of A/B testing.
What are some of the most innovative tech projects and ideas seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo this month?
Following the Google Glass launch in the UK, the tech giant has improved the headset's specs -- but current owners won't be part of the upgrade.
India's Reva sells more electric cars abroad than it does at home and it may yet be some ways away from wooing the average Indian. But if it gets its strategy right, it may end up selling quite a few cars at home, if not globally.
Pebble and Jawbone have open platforms for development and today's announcements show they are both making efforts to compete in the wearable market.
Fueled by Apple's iBeacon specification, devices for location-based marketing initiatives are popping up in an array of company product portfolios. Here's a look at a few interesting players.
Microsoft's two-year-old accelerator program is outperforming its US rivals, according to one exec.