Gigabyte has attempted to set itself apart from the competition by making its video cards energy efficient and well cooled. …
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is like a big, dumb dog – it’s great to play around with, but you wouldn’t necessarily want to live with it every day.
There are two Motorolas: One is the Google subsidiary that gave us the excellent consumer-focused Moto X, and the other is …
Life for an Android developer has always been pretty straightforward. You downloaded Eclipse and installed the Android Developer Tools. The …
“Convertible” Ultrabooks – full-fledged laptops that can also function as touch-driven tablets – have become something of a commodity these days, so my attention goes to the manufacturers who can do something flashy and new with the idea. Enter Lenovo’s ThinkPad Helix, a highly usable tablet-laptop aimed at “businesses, vertical and educational markets, as well as the technology enthusiast.”
We’ve hand-picked the most popular BlackBerry 10 apps of the month so that you can get the most from your Z10 handset.
CNME’s picks on the top apps for your android smartphone device in the UAE. The following are a must have; the top UAE apps in 2013.
HTC has come out fighting with its new One. Completely redesigned, it features an aluminium case, 4G connectivity and an updated version of the Sense platform.
On pretty much every quantifiable level, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 beats the HTC One. But that’s not the entire story.
If someone can make a $100 tablet that is awesome, it will sell like hotcakes sprinkled with fairy dust and deep-fried in freedom. But this is not that tablet. The IdeaTab A1000 is Lenovo’s bargain-basement 7-inch Android offering, and its cheapness is glaring from the moment you pick it up.
One of the most anticipated smartphones of the year, Motorola’s flagship Moto X, is finally here, and it’s said to be one of the most customisable phone ever built.
F5 Networks says its BIG-IP 10200v with Advanced Firewall Manager (AFM) can handle traffic at 80-Gbps rates while screening and protecting tens of millions of connections, and simultaneously load-balancing server traffic.
A number of new capabilities, plus enhancements to existing ones, promise to make Windows Server 2012 R2 an even stronger candidate for the majority of virtualisation tasks most organisations need to support.
By James Galbraith When Apple revealed the new MacBook Air at WWDC, the highlighted feature was its drastically improved battery life. While Macworld Lab didn’t …