Huawei's impressive "Seeds for the Future" program has won the prestigious ACOMMS "Services to Industry – Professional Services" Award in what is definitely a deserved win.
Beating Apple to the 7nm punch, and before Apple has launched its 2018 processors, Huawei launched its new 7nm Kirin 980 system on a chip which "will bring about the next evolution of mobile AI".
Samsung and TCL launched 8K TVs at IFA, but LG says it is "first to mass produce large screen OLED TVs", claiming to lead the market in "advanced premium TV technologies".
IFA 2018 has seen Samsung, LG and TCL showcase 8K TVs, with Samsung promising its Q900R TV delivers "real 8K resolution" so you can "experience realistic and life-like images and sounds".
Although Sharp has been showcasing 8K capable TVs for some time, Samsung, LG and now TCL have taken the opportunity to show off 8K models they all hope you'll upgrade to from as early as 2019.
Nokia is thrilled that its "Nokia 7 plus" smartphone has been selected as the "Consumer Smartphone of the Year" for 2018 by EISA, the Expert Imaging and Sound Association.
Laser TVs were previewed more than a decade ago, but with Hisense bringing a 100-inch model to life, alongside its ULED range, the Hisense competitive spirit is clearly firing up and getting set to stun.
Alcatel, Australia’s third largest smartphone seller, has reinforced its commitment to VR and 360° photography and is launching VISION, a wireless all-in-one virtual reality device, two Alcatel 360 Cameras, and partnerships with four of the world’s most innovative 360° camera makers.
Lenovo has always been game to try new things: its innovative Yoga notebooks, integrated pico projectors, and unusual designs. But until now it has never produced a clamshell notebook without a keyboard.
Samsung’s presence at IFA will be felt via the Internet of Things, its new S2 watches and tablets, and more - here’s how and when to watch.
The big tech and connected appliances show in Berlin, IFA, is set to start soon, with LG pre-announcing the new OLED TVs it is set to unveil.
Korean tech giant Samsung is embroiled in a fresh legal battle with a rival company but of a much smaller scale than usual - Samsung has accused LG employees of vandalising its washing machines at retail stores in Germany.
After months of rumours, speculation and innuendo, the time has come. Samsung today officially announced its Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
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