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IBM 'major announcement' points to deal on chip manufacturing

IBM seals $1.5 billion deal with GlobalFoundries, report says read more »

Apple's iPad Air 2 chip paves the way for new devices

Apple's A8X chip could be used in the next Apple TV, 4K TV, gaming devices or even Macs read more »

Once the FBI has a backdoor into your smartphone, everyone does

FBI director James Comey believes tech companies should be forced to insert back doors to bypass encryption on smartphones. But experts say once that happen,s security is moot and anyone can breach your privacy. read more »

Samsung sticks to US PC market with $249.99 Chromebook 2

Samsung's Chromebook 2 NP900X3E-A02US will ship in the U.S. next week for US$249.99 read more »

Apple's new iPads and Retina iMac: 'Empty calories' or nutritious adds to portfolio?

Apple today unveiled the 9.7-in. iPad Air 2 and the smaller 7.9-in. iPad Mini 3, both revisions of their predecessors, with the new Mini getting the shortest shrift on stage time and changes. read more »

Apple iPad Air 2 is thinner and speedier than its predecessors

Apple took the wraps off its next-generation tablets at an event Thursday read more »

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Samsung In Depth

How to spot a tech company that's about to lose

If you're buying IT products and services, you need to be able to spot potential failures read more »

Seven questions following #AppleLive

Apple's Tim Cook has kicked back against critics with new iPhones, the Apple Watch and future big business, Apple Pay, but there are some questions for Apple fans: read more »

Even rivals are waiting for Apple to get into wearables

Market not worth spit much less the time and money unless someone transforms the category, argues analyst read more »

Why Samsung needs to move beyond Android -- and Google

The company's profit problems show its hardware focus isnt enough read more »

Smartwatches at work: Boon or bane for IT?

After years of coping with BYOD headaches, IT shops may soon have to support smartwatches read more »

Microsoft's money pit: Surface has lost $1.2B

CEO Nadella will unveil new tablets tomorrow, but can he stop the bleeding? read more »

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Samsung Slideshows

12 surprising ways personal technology betrays your privacy

It's not just your boss or the government that's spying on you, it's also the devices and technologies you embrace. read more »

Haptics- transforming everything from Kindles to cars and even jewellery

The era of ubiquitous haptic user interfaces has been predicted for two decades. Now it's finally here. Can you feel it? read more »

Apple's rotten week: Bent phones, broken software, and shattered security

The only magic in Apple land last week was black magic. read more »

Alternatives to the iPhone 6 Plus: 5 rivals to Apple's phablet

Apple's just joined the phablet game with the iPhone 6 Plus. We take a look at what Apple's up against read more »

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IDC Tech Spotlight: Benefits of Unified Endpoint Data Management in Embracing BYOD

The 'bring your own device' (BYOD) trend is having a significant impact on enterprise organisations read more »

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