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As innovation in computing devices, apps, and potent new techniques for applying them proliferate in the consumer world, companies are struggling to close the gap.
It had to come. Lotus 1-2-3, the spreadsheet that galvanised a generation is at last no more as IBM announces the end of support for the final version of the software.
For hearing-impaired patients beset by the extreme costs of hearing aids and unhelpful insurance companies, a new crop of small, highly sophisticated Bluetooth headsets might be a game changer.
The generation of teens that has grown up since the millennium is using its technology skills to shape the way that all of us, young and old, communicate, according to Ofcom.
Swich – the Smartphone Wireless Charger is a stylish accessory for your mobile device made entirely from sustainable materials.
If brands want to succeed with their social media strategy they need to have a comprehensive cross channel customer engagement plan according to a new report from Accent.
After a few false starts, News Corp's efforts to deepen its engagement with customers are finally paying off – but it has required the accumulation of what data services manager James Hartwright calls "scary" amounts of clickstream data.
The government will spend $461,000 to help its last tranche of Australians migrate to digital TV this year, but the 2014 Budget confirms it will still cost around $11m annually to support those who live too far from terrestrial digital TV towers.
While smart mobile devices, SaaS, and social software ushered in a wave of major change in the workplace, that's nothing compared to what's coming.
While there are plenty of new products emerging to challenge organizations in the way they plan, drive, deliver, and support the business, it helps to understand the leading players.
Chinese Internet company Alibaba is preparing for IPO this summer. Smart tech vendors will need to adjust their focus to prepare for the seismic shift in the way we are soon going to shop online.
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.
As the pace of change in technology continues to accelerate, the most valuable information companies have are their roadmaps.
There's a new Microsoft Q&A that aims to provide answers to some of the most common questions around Microsoft's client-access licenses.
It's captured the imaginations of enthusiasts all too ready to exchange it for real-world goods, but recent and repeated hacks of Bitcoin's underlying elements suggest the virtual currency is no more real than the Ponzi schemes of yesteryear – and it's only a matter of time until the faithful get burnt.
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