The never-ending tit-for-tat court battle between Apple and Samsung took another unexpected turn today, with Apple winning a complete retail ban on Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus handset in the US.
Owners of the new MacBook Air have been complaining that their shiny new laptops are crashing when using Google’s Chrome web browser – Google conceded today that it is their web browser that is the causing issue, but actually blames Apple.
With RIM’s financial status in dire need of repair, the rumour mill turns to speculation of a Microsoft tie-up…
Embattled smartphone maker Research in Motion (RIM) has confirmed it will delay the launch of its new mobile operating system Blackberry 10 and cut 5,000 jobs worldwide.
We’re on the second day of Google’s I/O developers conference with the second day geared more towards software and, surprisingly, iOS. Google announced today that Google Chrome & Drive are coming to iOS and will be on Apple’s App Store later today.
Apple has won a significant ruling against Samsung today, with a US judge granting a full US retail ban on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet due it infringing just one patent.
As we predicted Google has announced their new Nexus 7 Tablet at today’s Google I/O event in San Francisco, California.
Not expected until the release of iOS 6, Apple has somewhat jump the gun and released their all-new dedicated app for podcasts, aptly named Podcasts.
Controversial new anti-piracy measures, where users will see their internet cut off if they’re persistently seen to be downloading copyrighted material, will come into play 2014.
Microsoft confirmed today that the software-giant has purchased business focussed social networking site Yammer for $1.2 billion.
After years of intense speculation Microsoft has unveiled not one, but two Windows-based tablets called Surface at a special press event in Los Angeles.
Supermarket giant Tesco has confirmed that they have bought a controlling stake in internet radio site We7.