Apple joined the big screen smartphone competition last week and those whose lives are enhanced by large displays will love this device.
Samsung's copious software add-ons and UI tweaks mean that the Galaxy Tab S delivers a particular kind of Android experience. We have a few issues with some of these extras, but the slimline Galaxy Tab S is still a very impressive tablet.
The biggest iPhone yet has hit the streets, and reports indicate sales in the millions. Is it worth all the fuss?
Kobo is the first to launch an ebook reader with waterproof capability and that adds peace of mind for reading when you are close to or in water.
As virtualisation technology spreads through the datacentre, the race is on to develop ways of sharing out data to virtual servers and desktops in large numbers.
Apple's new mobile OS is now available, and IT managers need to know how to handle its new features. We examine what the leading Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) vendors have to offer on the subject.
In the past low price Android phones frustrated me, but they have come a long way over the last couple years. Kyocera's new Hydro Life offers quite a bit in a rugged package.
T-Mobile continues to launch initiatives designed to provide customers with the best smartphone experience in their home and office.
MIT professor Alex Pentland outlines his theories on how good ideas arise and spread, and how sensors and big data analysis can deliver better social outcomes.
3D printing isn't the only way to get 3D objects out of your computer. Here are some complementary tools for everything from crafting your own designs to serious structural engineering.
The iPad Air and iPad mini are capable tablets, but sometimes you want a keyboard to get the most out of them. These are the best of the lot.
There are many smartphones and devices without microSD cards, but Truffol has a handy solution that makes moving photos from your phone to your computer quick and easy.
ViewSonic's VX2880ml is a well-specified 28-inch UltraHD (4K) display that delivers good performance at a reasonable price.
How does internet technology change the reality of what humans do? In this book, Jamie Bartlett explores some of the internet's wilder shores in search of an answer.