Set to be officially announced at the firm’s New York event on 29 October, the device is rumoured to include a large flat-screen display, 3D scanner and an overhead projector.
Owners of the new iPad Air 2 are able to take advantage of the firm’s new nano-SIM that offers short term data plans from a clutch of carriers in the US and the UK’s EE.
Are things looking good for a late November arrival for Android 5.0 on the Note 4? It would seem Samsung is hinting that might be the case.
Tom Levey of AppDynamics talks us through how Apple Pay threatens banking apps, and what banks can do to ensure that they stay relevant on people’s smartphones.
A report has highlighted the safety, security and privacy issues concerned with the increased use of drones in the UK over the next 20 years.
If you thought using the human body as a power source was something confined to movies, one Israeli artist will prove you wrong with a project that definitely crosses the line from cool to creepy.
When it comes to multi-core Geekbench 3 results, the iPad Air 2 puts in a blistering performance, blowing away the original iPad Air and the new iPhones.
Scientists at the Carnegie Mellon University have developed the project to compete for Google’s $30 million Lunar XPrize awarded to any team capable of sending live video back from the Moon.
Researchers from security firm Trustwave have flagged up an instance of malware being sent by spammers taking advantage of the recent Ebola epidemic and West Africa.
As was rumoured last month, Microsoft has finally got rid of the Nokia brand name, and Windows Phone will simply be known as Windows in the future.
During a cyber attack, every second counts. While an attack can happen in an instant, it can take months to remove it from an organisation’s infrastructure. That’s a big problem.