It’s being reported the device will be released next year and feature an upgraded 5in 1080p screen, faster processors, better cameras and be targeted at markets around the world.
According to security firm FireEye, a total of nine machines were hacked by a collective dubbed Ke3chang, which distributed emails with infected attachments to snare its targets.
Nokia and Vuzix have announced a potential breakthrough in smart eyewear at the Wearable Technology Expo in Los Angeles as murmurs of a new Google Glass rival begin to stir.
Oracle has finally opened its arms to the OpenStock Foundation, announcing that it has joined the group as a corporate sponsor.
The 12 Days of Gifts app - available for iOS devices running iOS 7 and above - will allow users to download one free gift per day from 26 December to 6 January.
As part of a joint collaboration between Facebook and NYU, Yann LeCun and Rob Fergus have joined the group, which will research data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Microsoft's follow-up to Windows 8, the operating system revamp code named Threshold, could reintroduce the Start menu ditched in the original Windows 8 release.
Apple's process would deposit and pattern a conductive thin film "on a flexible substrate to form a touch sensor pattern, while the flexible substrate is in a flat state."
The transaction was funded through cash from Splunk’s balance sheet and it will help its customers to analyse big data in an easier way to gain better insights.
Companies that rely on SaaS solutions are increasingly expecting cloud providers to lay on security controls with vendors of security the hardest hit.
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