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Tech focus now on Microsoft Windows 8, Surface tablet

Thursday, October 25, 2012 | More »

Firm sales numbers for Microsoft Corp’s Windows 8 and its new Surface tablet will not be available for three months, but it may be clear long before then if it has a hit on its hands. “We can definitely gauge it by chatter,” said Emily Chan, an analyst at Bernstein Research. “...

Microsoft brings phone software closer to Windows

Microsoft Corp’s new phone software will be built on the same core as its new upcoming PC and tablet operating system, bringing the company one step closer to unifying its Windows franchise across a full range of screens that are revolutionizing computing. The world’s largest software co...

21 June, 2012 | More »

Tables Turned On Tech’s Fast Follower

A teasing invitation to a big product launch at a major venue is usually the hallmark of an Apple iPhone or iPad event. But Samsung took another page from its rival’s playbook as it asked the media to “come and meet the next Galaxy” on Thursday – the unveiling of its Galaxy S III smartphone ...

4 May, 2012 | More »

Rise Of The Paperless Meeting

Once upon a time, Gerhard Roggeman would have disagreed with the saying that it is better to travel than to arrive. As a director on the board of a clutch of international companies, he spends much of his work life travelling and much of that travel time weighed down by thousands of pages of board [...

10 April, 2012 | More »

Apple Will Account For 73.4 % Of Worldwide Tablet Sales In 2011: Gartner

Apple’s iPad is projected to account for 73.4 per cent of the worldwide media tablet sales in 2011 (down from 83 per cent share in 2010). Android tablets will take up the second position after Apple, accounting for 17.3 per cent of the total tablet sales (an increase of 14.3 from Android’s 2010 ...

23 September, 2011 | More »


Cheap Clones Aim To Take Early Bite Of Indian Tablet Market

Many predicted that tablets will mark the end of laptops, that didn’t happen. Then they predicted that consumers will go mad after them, that didn’t happen either (the flop show of HP TouchPad is proof enough). What’s more, besides Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, not many companies...

30 August, 2011 | More »