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Feb 10, 2010 With LTE deployments gathering pace, is there any value left in upgrades such as Edge and HSPA?
Feb 01, 2010 The last decade (or the ‘noughties’ as they’re referred to) brought us netbooks, Facebook, Twitter, smartphones and numerous other technological breakthroughs. At the dawn of the next decade, what are some of the technological trends that will become hot topics in 2010? We list what we think will be popular this year.
Feb 01, 2010 Much of the hype at the Consumer Electronics Show revolved around 3D TV and tablets, but two firms, Intel and Qualcomm, appropriately used the stage in Las Vegas to launch new chips that herald a shift in focus for the firms.
Jan 12, 2010 Having supposedly seen the market reach its nadir last year, PC vendors in the Middle East are feeling bullish about their prospects again as they set about implementing their 2010 channel strategies.
Jan 04, 2010 Read on as WINDOWS shows you how to stream media onto your Xbox 360 via Windows, Linux or Mac OS X systems
Dec 21, 2009 ITP.net’s guide to technology related gifts for the entire family
Dec 07, 2009 As the UAE gears up to launch its own mobile TV service, Bjorn Bunte, senior business manager in Nokia’s Solutions Unit, says that a mix of free and exclusive channels - together with a decent dose of live sporting events – will help to drive usage of the service
Nov 11, 2009 All the necessary programs that are on your PC can, these days, be compressed into that little memory stick of yours. With memory sticks having increasing amounts of storage, they’re becoming ever more useful for storing all of your important programs. From your work, graphics and Internet programs to operating systems; you can have all on your memory stick.
Nov 08, 2009 When it comes to battery life, netbooks have the worst reputation. So what can you do to improve this situation? WINDOWS takes a look at a number of measures you can implement to get your notebook batteries surging with longer life.
Oct 13, 2009 ZTE wants to build on the strong base that it has developed in its home market of China and provide the Middle East and Africa region with the networks of tomorrow.