Articles Posted on 13 December 2012
Today's Tech: Mobiles' place at CES analysed, Samsung reportedly making even bigger "phablet", tensions rise as WCIT hits climax
The pick of the action from ITProPortal today, also including news of welcome broadband upgrades in North Yorkshire.
Crucial conference discussing regulation of the Internet nears its conclusion, as US attendee tells ITProPortal about the mood at WCIT.
The standalone Gmail app for iOS offers a powerful search function that’s much faster than the pre-installed Mail app.
The search giant has settled its years-long copyright dispute with Belgium's news publishers and hopes to replicate approach elsewhere.
The Korean Times reports that the electronics firm is working on a 6.3in successor to the recently released Galaxy Note 2.
Some 90 homes in Ainderby Steeple have been provided with broadband capable of achieving download speeds of 80Mbps.
The ongoing communication treaty talks led to a controversial majority ruling that the UN should play a part in Internet governance.
British researchers have devised a video codec that replaces pixel bitmaps with vectors. Could this mean the death of the humble pixel?
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency will begin a pilot of BlackBerry 10 when it is released on 30 January.
The European Commission intends to introduce a cheaper, more effective European patent court system at the start of 2014.