The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with a look at 2012's most pirated titles and Google challenging Microsoft with Google Apps.
We round up the year's biggest disappointments, including subpar product launches, poor business decisions and various other missteps.
The long-awaited Windows Phone 8 Ascend W1 and the Android-based Ascend D2 will both be launched at the trade show in Las Vegas.
New rumours suggest the South Korean firm may be gearing up to announce a staggeringly massive 110in Ultra HD television.
The South Korean firm may be launching its next-generation Galaxy S smartphone later than expected, at Mobile World Congress 2013.
The Taiwanese firm has changed its mind about developing a Windows Phone 8 device with a bigger screen, according to reports.
We recap some of the top consumer and business news and analysis that made waves at ITProPortal over the past week.
The biggest stories on ITProPortal today, also with news of Channel 4's Windows 8 app and Mozilla's web-promoting hackathon.
The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with news of O2's advertising blunder and a look at the 'Butterfly Botnet'.
The South Korean firm, which announced its Ultra HD TV at CES 2012, was honoured by the Consumer Electronics Association.
Users complain of a global outage affecting both Google services, though the precise cause of the disruption remains unclear.
Google lawyer Don Harrison will take over from current chief David Lawee, who is expected to head a new late-stage venture department.
Nintendo's latest console may not be as technically sophisticated as its rivals, but it refreshingly champions casual gaming.
Drawbridge, a firm offering cross-gadget ad-tracking technology, gathers data connecting people to their gadgets.
The electronics giant is looking to get ahead of the Ultra HD television trend with a super-sized set due to be unveiled in 2013.
The top news on ITProPortal today, also with a look at ARM's Cortex A-15 chip and Samsung's pledge to fix supplier working conditions.
The mobile operator has extended 4G data allowances for its mobile broadband customers, though there is still no unlimited option.
The firm insists its massive writedown is related to accounting irregularities and false claims made by Autonomy execs.
A proposed update to Facebook's terms of service has drawn the ire of consumer rights groups who fear more privacy violations.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation regularly uses Twitter and Facebook to aid investigations of securities fraud.
This year has seen the release of the iPad mini, Nexus 7 and Surface with RT but which one deserves a spot under your Christmas tree?
The biggest news on ITProPortal today, also with news of BT's 10Gbps network and Australia's tax crackdown on Google.
Australia is preparing to amend its tax laws to target multinational firms who use legal loopholes to skip out on their tax bills.
Apple has revealed its iPad sales figures, but Microsoft and Google remain tight-lipped about how their tablets are faring.
The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with details about Google's forthcoming open standards-based wireless streaming service.