A Samsung press release seems to suggest that Amazon's 4K streaming will be up and running by October, to coincide with the launch of the South Korean firm's latest line of UHD TV sets.
A sales ban on a number of old Samsung devices has been rejected by a San Jose judge in a move that could signal the beginning of the end for the bitter fight between the two.
In the third instalment of this five part series, we continue to discuss the present state of HMI design and touch upon some of the changing patterns we have seen in the automotive space.
The cloud storage firm has simplified its Pro packages, offering 1TB of storage for £7.99 a month to new and existing customers, as well as allowing users to remotely delete shared files.
App Annie’s latest figures on the worldwide app market show that messaging, navigation and music streaming apps are the three areas that continue to dominate.
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.