A video has been released ahead of the Unpacked event that takes place later this week and it includes various buzz words but very little information on the device itself.
Today’s tech: ‘Massive’ GCHQ protest sees Anonymous drink its own urine, robotic printers, and the best gadgets at IFA 2014
The best of ITProPortal news including; We Are Anonymous’s lacklustre protest at GCHQ, the printer that comes to you, and the gadgets we’re most looking forward to at IFA 2014.
Is the dock for Microsoft’s new hybrid machine any good? The short answer to that is yes – in fact, there’s loads to like about this peripheral.
It is set to unveil a range of new features at IFA 2014 in Berlin that includes safety services, an energy management solution and location awareness technology.
With the South Korean phone-giant looking to lessen its reliance on Google applications, the company has turned to Nokia's map service, including it on smartphones and its Gear S smartwatch.
A plane carrying the banner flew over the ground on Transfer Deadline Day to try and hammer the point home that faxes should be pushed out in favour of modern methods.
The Chinese firm has announced that the hard-to-acquire smartphone may become more readily available, with a pre-order system expected to launch by October.
A survey carried out by Ocado found that the majority of parents didn’t know about the change in curriculum that is set to result in the introduction of new computing classes.
Why should we celebrate 15 years of Windows Installer? We explore how the innovations Windows Installer introduced remain with us today, and will remain with us into the future.
Cupertino is surely busy with the iPhone, but it needs to step in and explain what is going on with the alleged hack of iCloud and spillage of nude celebrity pics, if only to deny involvement.
Fujifilm and Xerox unite to build a robotic printer so smart it delivers documents straight to your desk
The smart printer has been designed for public places such as an airport lounge and uses sensors to navigate around obstacles, but is it just "technology for technology's sake?"