Articles Posted on 11 December 2012
The South Korean firm, which announced its Ultra HD TV at CES 2012, was honoured by the Consumer Electronics Association.
Today's Tech: 4G auction bids are lodged, Russia drops Internet regulation plans at UN talks, eBook reader sales crash
The pick of the action from ITProPortal today, also featuring Huawei's deal with Three and Google's mapping developments.
Figures published by research firm iSuppli show that worldwide sales of eBook readers have plunged 36 per cent since last year.
So you want to buy a printer? We’ll walk you through the main points you’ll need to consider in order to make the best choice.
The hacking collective attacked 37 businesses and government agencies in an attempt to promote online freedom of information.
Tests have shown that Jelly Bean’s integrated scanner only picks up 15 per cent of threats – but those numbers aren’t the full story.
The proposal, due to be submitted at WCIT, called for 193 countries to be given equal rights to manage the Internet.
The Canon imageClass MF4890dw delivers duplex scanning in a micro and small office targeted monochrome laser MFP.
Today marks the start of the 4G frequency allocation process, with would-be providers submitting applications for the new spectrum.
An investigation has exposed major weaknesses in the Universal Jobmatch portal, leaving users vulnerable to scams.