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LG has joined the mini club, releasing a 4.7-inch version of its flagship handset.
Want a case for your Windows tablet? Maroo has some stylish new choices, including custom-designed products for Surface and Surface Pro.
The e-commerce giant has been pulling back the curtain slowly on a 3D printing agenda.
The first native Ubuntu smartphones are expected to be in customers' hands in 2014.
A walkthrough some of IBM's best known creations: from the Selectric typewriter to the IBM PC to the ThinkPad.
The Windows RT 8.1-based Surface 2 is a fine tablet for home and work, but the recommendation comes with some sizeable caveats.
Though the company is introducing its new desktop graphics flagship without much fanfare, a number of gaming PCs will be shipping with the new board.
Here I gaze into my crystal ball and pen some thoughts on what I think the PC - or, more accurately the post-PC PC - of 2025 will look like.
Africa's PC market is showing there's life in the PC yet – laptops and desktops are thriving, and tablets are just surplus to requirements.
A new report states that it has 'confirmed' the presence of a fingerprint scanner on Samsung's to-be-released flagship smartphone.
The HP LaserJet Pro 476 is the first Mopria certified printer designed to make it easy to print from mobile devices.
Cupertino next week will revise its certification testing program and curriculum. Some techs will need to retake their exams.
Einsteinian discussions about folding time and space seem apt when considering the potential of 3D printing and scanning – not just as consumer novelties, but as ways of 'moving' physical objects faster than the speed of Fedex. Valentine's Day will never be the same.
Valentine's Day is here again, and love is in the air. Couples flirting, courting, forming relationships. Sometimes those relationships result in marriage. Marriages occur in the tech world, too. Corporate mergers can result in the two parts being stronger than the whole, or they can end in utter disaster.
Thanks to digital manipulation techniques, it's not hard to make photos that aren't what they appear to be. Fortunately, if you know what to look for, spotting the fakes is quite easy. Here are a few tricks to help you do just that.