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There were problems elsewhere on the Q1 balance sheet as well, namely in Google's core department: search.
A 17.3-inch desktop replacement is among the other notebooks announced. Prices start at $649.99 for the Best Buy exclusive 14-inch Satellite E45.
Apple, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft have all committed to a voluntary agreement to include kill switches in future mobile devices.
Every day I see iPads, a lot of iPads, out in public. What I rarely ever see are Android tablets.
BlackBerry taps up a new partner as it targets healthcare for its next device push.
But the flagship device represents evolution not revolution with a conservative approach to design.
Tizen for smartphones is down but not out with Samsung planning to launch a pair of handsets in the next quarter.
Africa's mobile industry was once seen as the route to riches for operators. Now, consolidation looks to be the only way for carriers to survive in a highly competitive market.
While St. George has no idea how many of its customers are interested in wearable technology, the bank has launched its first smartwatch banking app.
Mint Wireless has announced a new chairman and CEO, following existing chairman Terry Cuthbertson's decision to step down from the role to be an independent non-executive director.
UPDATED: Wall Street is maintaining its Q1 forecast for Yahoo with expectations of 37 cents per share on a revenue of $1.08 billion.
Virtualization vendor's ambition to offer the tools needed in a mobile-cloud era, spanning from the network to the desktop, evokes memories of Sun Microsystems' failed "The Network is The Computer" campaign.
Zebra buys Motorola Solutions' enterprise unit for $3.45 billion and risks indigestion. Its Zatar cloud software will need to be the glue that binds the two businesses and delivers so-called synergies.
Microsoft's newest Office 365 subscription plan is now generally available and includes iPads among the devices it supports.
Usually when we get a shiny, new gadget, the impact on data usage is the last thing on our minds. If we use the device for work, we'd better pay attention.