Leading technology magazine PC Pro has revealed the finalists for its prestigious Excellence Awards for 2011.
Steve Jobs, head of computing giant Apple, has announced his resignation from his post as the company’s CEO.
HP’s decision to cease production of the HP TouchPad has sparked a sale of the devices at a vastly reduced price.
The UK Government has announced how it will allocate the funding to improve broadband in rural areas.
By the end of the year, Windows 7 will be leading the PC operating system race quite substantially, says industry analyst, Gartner.
Last year the Indian government announced it had developed the cheapest computing device in the world.
Google has launched its voice calling service, Google Voice, in the UK, further opening up the choice of internet telephone services.
Dell has chosen to bring its Dell Streak 10 Pro tablet device to market first in China.
Online retailer Amazon’s sales soared by 50 per cent year on year in the second quarter, say reports.
UK broadband consumers are currently enjoying an improved average broadband speed, says Ofcom.
Google has acquired a facial recognition software company called Pitt Patt, the latter has announced on its website.
Microsoft announced record fourth-quarter revenue of $17.37 billion on July 21st.
After its release on 20th July, Apple has announced that Mac OS X Lion has become the fastest selling OS in the company’s history.
US students will now be able to save money by renting textbooks on their Kindles, in a new initiative from Amazon.
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