Kiwi based Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom may have his menagerie of expensive cars returned to him. A New Zealand court has declined a request to extend a restraining order under which the assets were seized.
The One.Tel fiasco is finally over, with James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch throwing a few million dollars to the long-suffering liquidator.
IBM has posted further revenue declines and falling profits. Big Blue’s fortunes have been waning for years as the epicentre of the IT industry moves beneath its increasingly unsteady feet.
A young graduate at the University of Washington has developed a lens that attaches to a smartphone’s camera to make a high quality microscope.
Nike is about shoes – making and selling millions of pairs. Little wonder that its underperforming FuelBand fitness tracker is facing the chop. It may power Apple’s iWatch fitness app instead.
The prestigious Red Dot awards are hotly contested – this year 4815 products from 1816 companies in 53 countries were submitted. Nikon gained two awards for its cameras and one for its binoculars.
HP has always been a leader in the business/enterprise field with a range of workstations, notebooks, servers, and infrastructure. Now its offerings look good too.
Blogger Reuven Gorsht has published a remarkably accurate infographic that details what customers will look like in 2015.
If you have ever had a frozen, unresponsive Blackberry or wanted to know how to boot an apple read on.
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