According to a survey of US smartphone owners, the super-tough sapphire screen is by far the most wanted introduction for Apple’s next handset.
The software, which has been in testing since June, has now launched as part of Chrome version 37 and is said to offer increased speed, security and stability compared to the 32-bit edition.
Russian leaker WZOR has been spilling the beans on Microsoft’s pricing plans for the next version of Windows, and also how the enterprise flavour may ditch Metro entirely.
The technology industry is never dull, but we are witnessing some especially exciting times. While data centre management will never be simple, these trends will help simplify things.
China Labor Watch has claimed that HEG Electronics, a Guangdong factory that supplies both Samsung and Lenovo has been hiring child workers illegally.
Those of you who didn’t pre-order and were looking to purchase the Core i3 64GB model at £639 are going to have to wait a bit longer, we’re afraid.
Following criticism that its app store was a "cesspool of scams," Microsoft has introduced new regulations for naming and categorising software that it hopes will prevent misrepresented apps.
Just a couple of months after the original G Watch went on sale, LG is rolling out a much more attractive looking follow-up.
Dropbox is offering a free two week trial of Unlimited Cloud Storage with Dropbox Business, valid for both new and existing users of the service.
Facebook has announced a new feature called bandwidth targeting that lets advertisers serve content to devices based on their connection speeds.