Wearable devices such as smart watches are yet to really take the world by storm but, according to new findings from Juniper Research, it may not take long for the tide to turn.
Following a successful round of series B funding, the social news site has announced it is planning on giving 10 per cent equity back to the online community itself.
The payment service will be spun off into a new company, as per Carl Icahn’s wishes earlier this year – and it seems investors agree this is the way to go.
Windows 9 is expected to be unveiled in California today and Microsoft will be hoping that its newest operating system finally rids the memory of the much-maligned Windows 8.
Following in Scotland’s footsteps, Wales has launched its own web domains, with businesses and individuals now able to adopt the .cymru and .wales Internet addresses.
Work devices are being used for personal needs, including installing personal apps and even P2P file sharing, which carries obvious security risks.
There’s no upfront payment, or maintenance contracts to tie you in, with plenty of flexibility offered across three different tiers of service.
The US finally agreed to approve the deal last month and as a result Lenovo paid $2.1 billion to acquire the business with the hope it will challenge HP and Dell in the server sector.
The European Commission is expected to release the findings of its investigation later today, with sources suggesting that it will find Apple guilty of receiving illegal state aid.
We caught up with Jeremy Payne of Enghouse Interactive to find out how exactly businesses can improve customer engagement. Some of his tips may surprise you.
Independent testing of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus by Consumer Reports in the US has suggested that the whole episode may have been “overblown.”