Sony has announced the sale of its US headquarters as it continues its attempt to claw its way back to profitability.
The call comes after results of a pilot program confirmed that most customers are happy to buy handsets without chargers.
The company has announced that it is introducing a ruggedised notebook running Google's Chrome OS designed for use in schools.
Today's top stories, also with news of Blockbuster falling into administration and details of a cyber-espionage network.
As TVs become more connected, Norwegian browser company Opera has its sights set on being at the forefront of TV web integration.
ITProPortal's Windows 8- and RT-optimised desktop app is now available as a free download from the Windows Store.
The glass was modified at the molecular level and is designed to withstand scratches and cracks more than previous iterations.
The legacy photography company has revealed plans to launch brick-and-mortar retail stores for customers to print digital images.
The company has shown off a solution that could finally satisfy consumers who want a physical keyboard along with their touchscreens.
During a CES keynote, Samsung showed off the prototype of a flexible display it says could change the future of computing.
During his CES 2013 keynote, Samsung president Dr Stephen Woo touted the new chip's processing power and low energy consumption.
The Nectar Mobile Power System promises to give your mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, two weeks of power.
Sony is going full steam ahead with the 4K trend, joining other major manufacturers in announcing its own Ultra-HD TVs.
Sony has lifted the curtains on its latest flagship handset as it makes an effort to better compete in the crowded smartphone market.
The South Korean firm appears poised to make a big splash this year with a series of new ultra-connected Smart TVs and features.
The Japanese firm has launched two advanced compact cameras - the X100S and the X20 - as well as a couple of new ultracompacts.
HzO's WaterBlock nano-coating technology protects smartphones, tablets, cameras and other devices against damage from liquids.
The South Korean firm revealed big plans for smart televisions and connected, convenient home appliances in 2013.
The accessory manufacturer has introduced a new product that allows you to control your home lighting using your mobile devices.
Welcome to ITProPortal's dedicated CES 2013 page, where you'll find all the latest news from the Las Vegas trade show.
The big news on ITProPortal today, also with Apple and Amazon battling over the 'Appstore' moniker and Ofcom fighting price hikes.
Microsoft has officially responded to Google’s announcement that it plans to drop support for the Exchange Active Sync protocol.
The mobile OS will be available for both smartphones and entry-level handsets and promises 'convergence' with other formats.
Carbon Audio's Zooka delivers decent audio via a gorgeous, cleverly designed Bluetooth speaker bar that stands out from the crowd.
The biggest stories on ITProPortal today, also with news of Samsung's aim to sell 500m handsets in 2013 and Apple's smart watch plans.