The creator of the portable PC known as the notebook has a few more this week, as Toshiba lets loose with a few machines that are all business.
Camera companies need to find a way to get people to take pictures on more than just their phones, and so Nikon’s latest approach is actually kind of novel: make sure every camera talks to a phone.
When Apple announces an event, you can be sure to expect some new products, and while its developers conference is pretty consistent each year, we have some expectations about what we’ll hear about.
Getting big movies and photos into an iPad isn’t always easy, but a new accessory makes it fast and simple.
The 9.7 inch iPad Pro is getting lots of attention, but if you’re upgrading and expecting a keyboard case to come with you only to find the case doesn’t work, at least one does.
Samsung is returning to computers, well, sort of. Fresh off the back of new and successful smartphones in the S7 range, the company responsible for the “Galaxy” range of devices is returning to Windows for a notebook on a diet.
The classic “Moleskine” writing and drawing pad has never really gone out of style, and now it’s about to take one more evolutionary step: going digital.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 isn’t the only hybrid in town with a fabric keyboard, and the Elite x2 is showing that HP can provide a well made machine that packs in value to boot.
Telstra has suffered some pretty serious technical problems this year, and the “apology” has been to give its customers a day of free data, but is that really enough?
Samsung is returning to computers by embracing its love for tablets, and it’s good news if you fancy a computer that’s as thin and light as a Samsung smartphone.