Will TVs continue to be a lean-back, single panel experience, Simon Parnall, technology vice-president for NDS, doesn't think so.
Relevant content will pop up where – and when – you want it in the home of the future. That's according to Broadcom's software director James Chapman.
Gestures and voice control aren't things we'll be seeing on our TVs. That's according to Gartner principal analyst Paul O'Donovan.
Adobe has formally announced its long-awaited next-gen suite of creative applications, all under the now well-known moniker of Creative Suite 6, or CS6.
All the key reviews from Adobe's latest design, video and web offering including Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Flash, After Effects, Premiere Pro and Flash Pro.
Japanese printer manufacturer Brother has unveiled the prototype of a laser that can print at 100 pages per minute (ppm).
Interview Ever wondered how stolen laptops can be tracked down? We spoke to the head of the investigation team that spends its time recovering stolen laptops for its clients.
Buying Guide Want to print emails and photos from your iPhone or iPad? It's easy with AirPrint, so we've picked out five iOS-compatible printers from the biggest manufacturers to test
Microsoft says it realised during the development of the Windows 8 Metro interface that it provided a better way for people to browse the web.
Cambridge scientists have invented a hand-held laser that removes toner from old documents so the paper can be re-used.
PayPal has moved to clarify its position over the sale of some risqué ebooks after backlash from authors and publishers.
Updated So the confusingly-named new iPad has been announced. But how does it differ from the iPad 2? The two devices are similar in many ways, so here's a straight-down-the-line comparison of the raw specs.
While we saw these models at CES 2012, they were in nasty glass cases. We've now had the opportunity to actually properly check out these prototypes in our hands.
Intel reckons that a new server needs to be deployed for every 120 tablet or 600 smartphones that hit the market.
If you're often dealing with documents on the move, Doxie Go is a good mobile scanner, but one that's expensive.
MWC 2012 MWC 2012 is underway, offering the world the fastest, sleekest and most powerful new mobile devices on the planet.
In Depth So now we can all get a flavour of Windows 8 with the new Windows 8 Consumer Preview. But what's changed? Well, pretty much everything.
Early View We've seen a raft of quad-core phones launch during MWC 2012 and so it's time to pitch them against one another in a titanic QUAD BATTLE.
Early View HTC has dropped three new handsets at MWC 2012 designed to replace HTC's top-end Android phones.
Opinion Last September I suggested that ARM-based Windows 8's lack of legacy app support was the elephant in the room for the OS. It still is.
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