In Depth From networking, storage and data centres to radio and even people, software-defined computing is swiftly changing IT.
In Depth Last year, Samsung was all about SUHD TVs. In 2017, it's all about QLED. So what's the difference? And is QLED significant?
Buying Guide It's a five-way fight between Tizen, webOS, My Home Screen, Android TV and Roku TV. Who wins the gold?
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Updated From paper-thin Wi-Fi receivers and Kindles to e-tattoos and supercars, the Age of Graphene is here – and it's got some surprising applications.
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has shown a device that safely charges in less than 20 minutes, but is wireless charging destined to steal its crown?
In Depth Staying connected is now an integral part of travel, but there are ways to reduce the cost of using the internet abroad.
In Depth How new tech and new business models will help forge the next generation of connected everything.
Bans on laptops and tablets means business travellers need to get more from their smartphones using portable keyboards, prop stands and more.
Recent advances in AI will automate some tasks, but talk of mass job losses is a gross misunderstanding.
If you travel a lot for work, often end-up in far-flung time-zones with jet-lag, or you're just plain addicted to TV, you need to read this.
Confusion over device interoperability and platforms threaten to stall the development of the IoT – but things are changing.
Despite some affordable, detailed and colorful images, this bright young thing doesn’t get over the rainbow (effect).
AT&T’s multi-gigabit ‘wireless fibre’ concept uses power lines and plastic for a near-5G experience.
What happens when a country goes straight to smartphones? One of the world's poorest countries becomes one of its most innovative, that's what.
Talk of 5G was everywhere at MWC 2017, but telcos have yet to make a proper use-case for 20Gbps plus speeds.
In Depth The next format war could be fought not between operating systems, but friendly 'homebots'.