Articles Posted on 05 December 2012
Today's Tech: Microsoft unleashes new social network, Google's Schmidt linked with US government role, Nokia Lumia 620 unveiled
The pick of the action from ITPP today, also including broadband promises in George Osborne's Autumn Statement.
George Osborne today revealed that the government will fund super-fast broadband in 12 smaller UK cities, including York and Oxford.
The Facebook subsidiary has removed the feature that affords Twitter users the ability to view the sharing service’s photos.
There are several ways you can print from your iPhone, from AirPrint to email and Wi-Fi Direct. We examine the various options here.
The software giant, which launched the site last year, has kept it under wraps until now saying the site has been undergoing testing.
Activison's juggernaut has beaten its sister title’s sales, as global demand for the shooter series grows with each iteration.
In an exclusive deal, US subscribers of the TV streaming service will be able to access all Disney movies, starting from 2016.
Data centres suck up vast amounts of power (and money), but the EU is attempting to change, and speed up, the traditional model.
The WorkCentre 6605N is a solid workhorse colour laser MFP with good output quality when you use its default PostScript driver.
The Finnish mobile manufacturer has signed a partnership with China Mobile, which boasts over 75 million 3G customers.
The Chinese telecoms firm has criticised the US over its accusations which it believes stems from political motivations.