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Samsung launches new gaming Notebook, can it really compete?
Samsung recently announced the new Notebook Odyssey Z gaming laptop.
APAC Smart Cities spending to reach $28.3bil in 2018 - IDC
Key investments for Asia Pacific Smart Cities are in intelligent transportation, data-driven public safety, and resilient energy and infrastructure.
Report: $1.5b/year potential in intelligent transport systems
Intelligent transport systems could bring $1.5 billion a year to the economy and a new group has been formed to help harness this value.
Hands-on review: Acer Switch 5
The Acer Switch 5 is a well-designed hybrid laptop for average everyday use, even if it is a bit expensive.
IDC says there’s a silver lining behind ongoing PC decline
Despite the personal computing devices market posting another decline in 2017, IDC says there are a number of positive aspects to take advantage of.
MacBook watch out, Huawei sets sights on PC market
The Huawei MateBook X Pro is the first notebook to feature Huawei's FullView display.
AU govt echoes HP's recall of potentially fiery laptop batteries
The ACCC has reiterated HP’s recall with one of its own in an attempt to get Aussie consumers to check and replace their batteries if needed.
Detachable tablets return to growth while slate tablets continue decline
Growth for the overall year just remained positive with 1.6 percent year over year growth in 2017, a sharp drop from the 24 percent growth in 2016.
Razer’s project Linda is the Frankenstein's monster of laptops
Project Linda is a concept that aims to blur the lines between smartphones and laptops...
ASUS announces the world’s thinnest convertible laptop
ASUS recently announced the availability of the ZenBook Flip S UX370, the world’s thinnest convertible laptop...
Exclusive interview: Lenovo on channel development and AI
Lenovo executives Matt Codrington MD for A/NZ and Amar Babu, APAC COO talk about why the channel is so important to their company.
IDC: Personal Computing Device market continues to decline
The analyst says global shipments of PCD devices are expected to decline 2.7% year over year in 2017, however, all is not lost.
Insite’s new laptop may be the most versatile PC on the market
This laptop is perfect for both gamers and design professionals...
Four out of five key tablet vendors see growth - but market still declines
Growth for four of the top five tablet vendors has failed to stop the tablet decline as a critical crossroad for detachable tablets looms.
Ingram Micro NZ and Lenovo cut the cake in Doubtful Sound
Ingram Micro NZ has celebrated the ThinkPad's 25th birthday in the remotest and most southern place in the world.
Photo gallery: Lenovo and channel celebrate 25 years of ThinkPad
Lenovo celebrates 25 years of the ThinkPad with channel partners in Sydney.
Survey: why your mobile workforce needs rugged tablets
Xplore and Intel commissioned a survey that reveals why rugged tablets are still the device of choice for mobile workforce professionals.
Tumbling Android tablet sales drag down Aussie market
Microsoft may have lost the smartphone battle, but it’s gaining share in the Australian tablet market according to new Telstye research.
Shows on the go: By 2020 TV as we know it may not exist
50% of all TV and video viewing will take place on mobile screens like tablets...
Pixelbook vs MacBook: Google’s new laptop could be perfect for creators
The Pixelbook is the thinnest, lightest laptop Google has ever made...
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A promises an unforgettable visual experience
“The Galaxy Tab A is the perfect entertainment tablet, making it ideal for all members of the family to enjoy..."
Hands-on review: The Acer Spin 7 laptop performs most admirably
This machine will be a brilliant alternative to those of you who are iOS averse...
Digital projects driving India's commercial tablet sales
Strong growth in the commercial segment is helping drive marginal growth in the Indian tablet market, despite a declining consumer segment.
Kiwi automated vehicle company to start trials in Sydney’s Olympic Park
HMI Technologies’ self-driving, fully electric vehicle carries up to 15 people and is programmed to navigate around the venue.