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A consortium of more than 40 UK tech companies funded by the Government has found a way for connected products to 'talk' to each other better without human intervention.
Distributor Exertis Micro-P has been awarded exclusive distribution rights for the last remaining stock in Europe of Fujitsu’s Lifebook N532 notebook.
63 per cent of consumers are more likely to spend additional money in a venue that offers Wi-Fi, a new survey has found.
Currys/PC World owner Dixons Retail says it is changing its pricing to better compete with its rivals - particularly in the online space.
Fujifilm will be offering IDT Systems’ ‘Case Station’ to its UK retailers.
An automatic translator for sign language and a glove that can help teach Braille could be set to revolutionise life for sight and hearing impaired people.
Brother has partnered with TalkSPORT to target its key audience in the SMB and mid market space.
Google’s Chromecast streaming stick is to receive an update allowing it to pair with smartphones and tablets using ultrasonic frequencies.
A new game offering players the chance to simulate the daily happenings of a rock has hit Steam Greenlight.
The world’s first online penalty shoot-out has taken place at Wembley stadium.
The battle between graphics card vendors AMD and Nvidia has flared up again, following an argument over PC game optimisation.
The Dixons Carphone merger has been approved by the European Commission, giving the go-ahead for the two tech retailers to become one company.