Apple’s new handsets have got off to a storming start, but if you’re thinking of joining the Cupertino crowd, we’ve got some valuable nuggets of advice you should read first.
Where do we draw the line when it comes to wearables? Are more intrusive devices like Google Glass going to be detrimental to society in the long run?
At Uplinq, Qualcomm showed that it wants to change the world, from streaming music and video that’s accessible everywhere, through to robots and superhero doctors.
Nvidia’s game demos were highly impressive, as was the use of Maxwell to prove that the famous moon landing photo wasn’t a hoax.
Why have both companies suddenly announced data encryption by default with their mobile operating systems? It isn’t out of the goodness of their hearts…
The iPhone 6 and its phablet partner will doubtless sell boat-loads, but the new Moto X is the Android voice of the future you should be listening to.
The second edition of this weekly feature maps the story of 10to8, all the way from its humble beginnings in Cambridge, to its search for passionate staff, to its sometimes bizarre user base.
This is the first part of a new series that dives into the question regarding whether cloud computing can be used for data backup and, if so, where?
We discuss whether doctors will actually find data drawn from HealthKit valuable, and how likely it is that iOS 8 devices will become serious tools for diagnosis.
In this article, we profile interactive eBook publisher OrangeDigit, who have been changing the way we interact with books, company newsletters and printed marketing literature.