New smartphones are coming from Huawei, LG, Nokia, Sony, Moto and many more at the MWC that runs in Barcelona, Spain from 27 February to 2 March. More than 2200 companies are exhibiting.
Qualcomm flexed its muscles at the Consumer Electronics Show – it makes many of the ARM chips inside smartphones and IoT devices and it wants a greater say in where these devices are heading.
LG wowed audiences at the Consumer Electronics Show with a new 77” W7 “Picture-on-wall” using its latest OLED panel that is just 2.57mm thin and mounts flat to any wall using micro-thin magnetic brackets. The effect is like looking out a window and it received the CES Best of Innovation award.
Acer used the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show to release a 21” gaming notebook, a new 11” Chromebook, two performance notebooks, one expandable desktop, and three monitors including a very interesting curved, 30” monitor with eye tracking.
Global interconnection and data centre firm Equinix has announced that CloudFlare, a website optimisation and security firm, has expanded its points of presence in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, including Sydney.
What's Amazon really getting at with its big, weird new smartphone? Is it taking on the likes of Apple and Google, or is something else going on?
Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V, the sixth best selling video game of all time, has been finally confirmed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One this year.
Game developer powerhouse Naughty Dog has used Sony's E3 press conference to confirm the next, and probable final, chapter of its Uncharted series - Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
Online behemoth Google has attempted to take some news time away from Apple with its Project Tango tablet development kit, which boasts 3D mapping and sensing capabilities, along with extremely high-end specifications for a tablet.
Apple may have all the tech press momentum right now but thay may all change on Wednesday, with online retail giant Amazon releasing a teaser YouTube video announcing a secretive 18 June "launch event" in Seattle to be hosted by CEO Jeff Bezos.
Telstra will create one of the world’s largest Wi-Fi networks as part of a $100 million-plus project. It is the Wi-Fi equivalent of the NBN.
Game developers Epic Games is preparing to reveal something, well, epic, related to the Unreal Tournament this week.
Microsoft is set to join Apple in offering a Mini version of its tablet, after it sent out media invitations to a "small gathering" to be held 20 May in New York City.
Korean tech giant Samsung may have only just released the Galaxy S5 last week but it's not slowing down, with invitations sent out for a 29 April event with the tagline 'Kapture the Moment'.
Taiwanese phone giant HTC has overnight announced its follow-up to the much lauded HTC One - the curiously titled HTC One M8 smartphone.
Sony is taking on the Oculus Rift, unveiling a virtual reality headset of its own for Playstation 4 in San Francisco.
Virgin Mobile has suprised the telco market announcing double data on its $60 and $90 plans, including for those that bring their own devices.
Samsung's next Galaxy and Sony's Xperia Z2 could have another Android rival on their hands, with Google rumoured to be prepping its Nexus 6 smartphone for a September launch.
Sony has taken on rival Samsung in one of the most direct ways possible, announcing its flagship Xperia Z2 smartphone on the same day as Samsung's Galaxy S5.
Microsoft may have the emerging markets in its sights but Firefox does too, announcing a new category of $US25 smartphones for developing countries today.
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