Articles Posted on 21 January 2013
Today's Tech: Samsung confirms MWC Galaxy Note 8 debut, Atari bankruptcy woes, and RIM flirts with BB10 licensing
In other news, HMV's survival prospects may have improved, after a number of top entertainment firms came to the retailer's rescue.
A new study forecasts a rapid increase in data consumption, something that could paralyse operators and slow services.
Signalling the addition of films and music in the store, the 'App' has been dropped, as RIM prepares for its crucial BB10 release.
Could two exciting pieces of hardware which were shown off at CES be combined for an even greater potential impact on the gaming world?
There is much speculation that the South Korean firm is preparing to announce a rash of new products in Barcelona next month.
Speaking to a weekly business title, LG France boss Cathy Robin said Nexus 4 production would be amped up in February to meet demand.
An impressive entry-level 37in LCD television with some eye-catching features and enjoyable high quality HD pictures.
Microsoft has hired the architect behind “The Next Microsoft” campaign to refresh its Xbox brand, hinting at a minimalist motif.
More than a year after its completion, a high-speed fibre optic cable that will connect Cuba to the global Internet has been turned on.
The American arm of legendary US gaming company Atari is seeking to distance itself from its loss-making French parent firm, Atari SA.