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Argos has stressed it does not want to lower the price of its tablets and tech this Christmas.
Acer has launched its 'first fully-integrated marketing campaign' to highlight its product range and touchscreen technology to consumers across EMEA.
Nexus Engage has revealed that its interactive window campaign with Monster saw the brand’s headphone sales increase 300 per cent.
Dixons has begun trialling electronic shelf-edges price labels in one of its Currys and PC World stores.
The Kano computer aims to make building a Raspberry Pi PC as simple as playing with Lego.
Google Glass has demonstrated near-instant translation of signs and text using the app Word Lens.
After agreeing to increase the amount of taxes it pays to the council, Apple’s plans to build a new futuristic ‘spaceship’ campus has been approved Cupertino City.
The Dragons' Den-style channel initiative from The Tech Crowd has announced its first successful product launch into the UK market.
Ashlea Bing and Rebecca Baldwin join Extertis Micro-P’s Print Division team.
MediaTek has announced its first smartphone processor with eight cores, which has reportedly seen interest from ‘first-tier’ device manufacturers.
Who needs a date when you can take part in historical battles?
IT buying group Network Group has appointed Craig Hume of Scotland's Utopia Computers as Retail Director.
Sales of tablets in Western Europe more than doubled year-on-year in the first half of 2013, according to research firm Context, and the ever-popular mobile devices are set to once ...
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The Galaxy Gear has sold 800,000 units in the two months since its launch, with an executive calling the device “a small green tomato”.