Lenovo says it is expanding its retail footprint in Australia through a limited distribution strategy with today’s launch of a new partnership with Officeworks.
There’s been a global explosion in the number of consumers purchasing tickets online for public transport or events using their mobile phones, tablets and PCs, with online ticket sales predicted to double over the next four years.
NEC has secured a multi-year, multi-million dollar computing contract with the Northern Territory Government to provide on-site and remote support for 20,000 desktop, laptop and mobile device end users across the territory.
Australia’s e-tail king, Kogan, has shared stats on the battle of the sexes and their preferred smartphone/tablet operating systems, with Microsoft phone users left looking through the window.
The national science hub RiAus has launched what it says is Australia’s first dedicated science TV channel, with the help of digital media solutions company Hostworks.
HP has just released what may be ‘Zee’ best desktop and notebook workstations ever, with stunning expandability, super fast memory, multi-core magic and more for future-proof POWER.
HP is preparing to ship several new PC models for business markets in the Asia Pacific region.
Sales of tablets have been steadily increasing over the years, but the now-powerful mobile computers will begin to outsell desktops this year, and laptops next year, according to a new report.
With the late Steve Jobs said to have left a five year products roadmap for his iconic company when he passed away, Apple unveiled what may well be the first stage of his plan with a revamped of MacBook laptops, including its flagship MacBook Pro.
AMD's second-generation A-Series processors are intended for use in a wide range of PC styles, from ultra-thin notebooks to conventional desktops, as well as home theatre PCs and embedded systems.
People spend more at e-tail sites when they use a tablet rather than a smartphone or a computer.
Australia's love affair with digital technology isn't fading, despite our reportedly reduced appetite for spending.
The headline isn't literally true, but a major professional services firm is predicting that 2011 will be the year when non-PC computing devices outnumber traditional PCs.
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