it's all about supply and not demand, but Apple is coy about what the future has to offer and why R&D spending is outstripping demand.
This video introduces our joint ZDNet/TechRepublic special report on one of the up-and-coming smart cities of the future in the U.S.
Moto figured out a solid approach to modular smartphones and the Moto Z offers a good base on which to build. If Lenovo would step up and continue the timely updates Motorola was known for then this would be an excellent Google Pixel competitor.
The San Francisco-based recruiting marketplace Hired has officially launched in Australia, with 550 companies and 17,500 candidates already on the network locally.
Both Surface and MacBook lines are getting a refresh this week. Will they be incremental updates or genuinely cutting-edge designs? Ed Bott looks at four factors to decide.
Mozilla has now set a date for a ban on all new HTTPS certificates from WoSign, just as Google unveils a major expansion of its Certificate Transparency program.
It's unclear whether Galaxy Note fans will buy a tablet for the S Pen and its features, but Samsung is at least trying to broaden its reach with a Samsung Notes app.
The telco regulator has published its discussion paper on roaming, an enquiry that has already sparked fierce debate among telcos on competition issues.
Samsung Pay is expanding to three new countries this year and is looking to add new features for its US users, while Apple Pay's launch in Japan took off to a rough start.