Today’s tech: App bubble set to burst, EU fights back at Google and Gartner says consumer 3D printing isn’t coming anytime soon
The best of ITProPortal news including: apps may have reached saturation point, tech companies slam EU's "right to be forgotten," and consumer-grade 3D printers coming in next 10 years.
Research has revealed the busiest day of the year for mobile insurance claims, with the Notting Hill Carnival and large-scale music events taking their toll on handsets across the country.
In this price bracket, it's inevitable that compromises have to be made in a smartphone's specifications and construction. However, Motorola has played a careful game in this respect.
The latest in solid-state technology from SanDisk offers nCache 2.0 tech for improved performance and endurance, and a smart new dashboard system.
Gartner released a statement today about the near future of 3D printing. The tech analysts have concluded a report on the timescale for mainstream adoption of 3D printing in various fields.
The AMD partnership with Toshiba subsidiary OCZ Storage Solutions has led to the release of three different capacities of drive that are designed to serve the gaming market.
A spec sheet for the new machine has been leaked and shows a list of features that wouldn’t be out of place on a Chromebook with the cost likely to sit around the $199 mark.
The machine runs on an adapted version of Microsoft Windows 8.1 and it comes with an impressive HD display as well as a number of different memory options.
The Google cars project's lead software engineer has now revealed that the vehicles have been programmed with the ability to exceed road speed limits by up to 10mph.
DARPA, the research and development team for the US military, have released details of its plan to "break the 'more armour' paradigm," with regards to tank design.
Itai Vonshak and Liron Damir, the men behind webOS at LG, will be responsible for designing the next generation of Pebble wearables.