Mobile World Congress, Intel showed off 64-bit Atom processors called "Merrifield" and "Moorefield," a new LTE-Advanced modem, and a roadmap through 2015.
Given what we saw at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, 2014 is all set to mark a turning point for the Internet of Everything.
The world's biggest technology showcase, CES 2014, recently concluded over in Las Vegas - here are the key talking points from the event.
CES organising body the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced that the 2014 iteration of the annual showcase was the largest ever, also confirming dates for the 2015 event.
This year’s show saw a plethora of various cases on display – some fashion oriented, some with a productivity bent, and one with an added stun gun.
In the near future, we can look forward to Multi-Gigabit connected speeds per second, virtual concierges in stores, and desks that wirelessly charge devices.
Samsung's launch of the gleaming 12.2in tablet at CES in Las Vegas this week threw down the gauntlet to Apple once again. Which tablet is best equipped to eat up market share.
With BBM currently representing a rare source of good news for BlackBerry, the firm is enhancing the app with a platform enabling users to connect with brands, celebrities, and each other.
The security firm has this week unveiled AVG PrivacyFix Family to keep the family unit connected and safe from online snoopers.
We pick out our top products from this year’s CES, from the best tablet and hybrid, to the number one smartwatch, printer, and most impressive gadgets.
The Rift has come on considerably since last year’s CES, now boasting 1080p rather than 720p resolution. We got to play a couple of games with it.