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Samsung confirms Amazon Prime 4K video on demand is arriving in October

6 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Samsung confirms Amazon Prime 4K video on demand is arriving in October
A press release from the firm stated that it would be adding Amazon streaming content to its TV sets as well as that from other providers including Wuaki.tv and CHILI.

Innovative PC market fights back against tablets with 3.7% drop in shipments that defies analysts

8 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Innovative PC market fights back against tablets with 3.7% drop in shipments that defies analysts
IDC data shows that PC shipments are enjoying an uplift in mature markets where customers are starting to buy the devices once more and it is benefiting from smaller tablets becoming the norm.

Microsoft planning Miracast dongle to be Chromecast-killer?

13 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Microsoft planning Miracast dongle to be Chromecast-killer?
The latest speculation, based on FCC filings and certificates published by the Wi-Fi Alliance, suggests that the software giant is readying its own content-mirroring device.

Picking out potential payment pitfalls

14 hours ago  by Paul Thomalla
Picking out potential payment pitfalls
Paul Thomalla, senior vice president and general manager EMEA of ACI Worldwide, discusses the current state of the payment industry and the problems surrounding the new technology.

Battle of the smartwatches heats up: Has Samsung’s Gear S got the formula right?

16 hours ago  by Guy Wright
Battle of the smartwatches heats up: Has Samsung’s Gear S got the formula right?
Never mind the iWatch, Samsung and LG have both just unveiled new smartwatches which are impressive looking pieces of tech.

The data capacity gap: Why the world is running out of storage space

16 hours ago  by Mark Whitby
The data capacity gap: Why the world is running out of storage space
Humans are creating too much data for the world to handle. Allegedly, by 2016 the world's data centres will be pushed to their limit. What's the world to do?

How to check if your CPU is running cool enough

17 hours ago  by Darren Allan
How to check if your CPU is running cool enough
Is your processor hot enough to fry an egg on? What if you don’t have a clue what temperature it’s running at? We’ll show you how to find out.

Premier League transfer deadline day: The tech behind the deals

18 hours ago  by Mark Law
Premier League transfer deadline day: The tech behind the deals
The Premier League has has made great technological strides on the pitch; now we need to kick the boardroom into the 21st century.

Mixed news for the server market: It's growing, but not by much

20 hours ago  by Ian Barker
Mixed news for the server market: It's growing, but not by much
The second quarter of 2014 saw server shipments grow by 1.3 percent and revenue by 2.8 percent according to the latest figures released by Gartner.

Google reveals Project Wing, drone deliveries to rival Amazon Prime Air

20 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Google reveals Project Wing, drone deliveries to rival Amazon Prime Air
Google has had this project going for two years now, and has successfully tested drone craft with deliveries in Australia.

IBM's supercomputer Watson ready to take on cancer

28 Aug 2014  by Sam Pudwell
IBM's supercomputer Watson ready to take on cancer
The days of scientists having to labour for days or months to test theories and hypotheses could now be over, thanks to Watson's new Discovery Advisor program.