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Stratasys' MakerBot unit starts beefing up its developer program with a bet that a partnership with iPhone custom case maker Fraemes boosts mainstream curiosity.
The consensus says that Windows XP has boosted corporate PC sales and acted as a performance enhancing drug. There's an argument that enterprises may keep refreshing PCs because the installed base is ancient.
You're having a coffee and surfing when an apologetic stranger asks if she can charge her Android phone on your USB port. But she's installing malware on your PC. Here's how to stop it.
The Precision M2800 is an impressive mobile workstation. We have just a couple of niggles: the touchpad is too small, and we'd prefer the top-of-the-range model's 128GB SSD to be bigger.
I think the Chromebook is going to give Apple a bit more competition than first assumed. Consumers, schools, and businesses are buying Chromebooks instead of more expensive devices. This could put new pressure on Apple to create a cheap device.
3D printing is a hot technology topic, and Tech Pro Research conducted a survey to find out who is using it, and how it's being used in the enterprise. Find out the preferred vendors, the best uses...
They could be hack proof - or much less hackable - if security were built into them instead of bolted on. Here's an example of what that means.
Photography is no longer limited to the darkroom -- and there are many innovative, eccentric and downright genius products out there which can vastly improve your photos.
One vendor offers a preventative for fraying MagSafe cables, while an Apple Support Note details the differences between the adapters.
The company claims its latest professional graphics cards can deliver twice the performance of their predecessors.
Losses amount to R$2bn; operators demand heavy penalties to those using pirate decoders
Who knew that the end of the world would be so high tech? I have a revelation that this story isn't going to end well, but the hardware and software are going to make it look great.
A high-spec laptop for design, a budget laptop for reading or a decent all-rounder -- whatever your student needs going back to school, you can find it here.
Amazon is offering the card reader for $10, and charging a 1.75 percent fee per card swipe – a full one percent lower than Square’s 2.75 fee.
If you're seeking a well-specified mobile workstation with plenty of configuration options, Fujitsu's Celsius H730 is a worthy contender. It's not cheap, but the PalmSecure palm-vein authentication looks like a valuable addition.