March 31 wasn’t just another day; it was a day to remind you to do something. And it’s something important for all people with a computer, smartphone, tablet, camera… just about anything that is digital.
We always wondered what would become of Windows RT, the light version of Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system that could only run apps made for Windows 8. Today, it is no more, as Microsoft announces a new version of Surface that is all grown up.
HP has a history in working with companies that love sound, and now that Beats is owned by Apple, it obviously needs a new partner, which is why it is turning to sound innovators B&O.
A new tablet is on the way for people who need tablets to be a little more rugged than the rest of us, as Samsung embraces the “Active” name once more.
Forget the typical October Windows launch dates, because Microsoft is eyeing the season, with winter being the likely time to see Windows 10 hit shelves.
When Samsung launched its Galaxy Tab S last year, we saw a different side of Samsung. No longer was it trying to play catch-up to the iPad, competing properly with a sharp high-res screen, thin textured body, and a speedy processor. Six months on, is this still a great tablet?
Earlier in the year, Asus showed us how thin a Windows tablet could be, and shortly, Australians will be able to see for themselves, as the company releases its Air-like machine.
So many laptop bags follow the same design, with a zipper along the front following the arch of a bag and opening up the main bag, but STM’s Drifter takes on a different approach, and if you’ve ever admired how backpackers can bring everything, you can too with an STM take on the category.
Sony spoke up about new products before Mobile World Congress began, but it wasn’t done, and now has let journalists go hands-on with two new gadgets that are on the way, including one development that’ll mean you won’t have to shy from water again.
Australians keen to get on the Netflix bandwagon don’t have long to wait now, as it now has a release date, with the end of March to be seen as the beginning of Netflix’s take over of Australian living rooms.