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The competition between Amazon Prime and Google Shopping Express is about to really takeoff.
Microsoft is adding iOS and Windows Phone email-profile provisioning and IE 11 Enterprise Mode support to its Windows Intune device-management service.
It's time to meet the new iPhone, and maybe a long-awaited wearable device.
The Western smartphone market is slowing, thanks in part to almost everyone owning one nowadays. But the outlook still looks strong, thanks to Android in emerging markets.
NFC is a nice technology that just hasn't been implemented well. Perhaps Apple changes that equation.
Due to the rise of to the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) movement, the lines have blurred between company and personal owned devices; business work is now routinely performed on each. Examples...
iOS 8 will brings 4,000 new APIs to Apple's mobile platform, and this means developers are going to have to work hard to both implement new features and deal with bugs rapidly.
Apple has managed a return to secrecy around its wearable plans – just as it did around the original iPhone launch.
The smart watch is only the beginning. We explore amazing technologies that range all the way from self-powering heart pumps to RFID-equipped NFL players to smart nail polish that can defend against date rape.
We know that September is going to be busy, but this week is turning out to be active too with two new smartwatches announced by Samsung and LG ahead of the IFA event.
Reports suggest the mobile payment startup is in talks to raise funds at a company valuation of $6 billion, strengthening its position against rivals including PayPal and Amazon.
Laptops are good rivals for the desktop, especially if you use the iPad Air as an external monitor.
Microsoft launches Surface Pro 3 in the UK with specially commissioned works at the National Portrait Gallery.
After years of producing only Android tablets, the company is readying the 80 Cesium, an 8-inch Windows 8.1 slate with a budget price.
Several recent forecasts have hinted at comebacks for the PC industry, but the latest IDC forecast maintains a much more conservative outlook.