The Consumer Electronics Show taking place in Las Vegas last week was described by the New York Times as “a deafening showcase for tablets, thin TV screens, superthin laptops and Android phones”.
Gadget Zone: The blog
Regular dispatches from AccountingWEB gadget devotees including executive peripherals editor Nigel Harris, community correspondent Rachael Power, community manager Henry Osadzinski, and Accountants Power Tools' Kevin Salter.
This year's Gadget Zone Christmas Countdown Gadget of the Year Awards ceremony certainly lived up to the hype. Yes, just me, my laptop and a mug of decaff!
While we collate readers' nominations for the gadgets of the year, Nigel Harris offers his review of what's hot at the moment on planet Gadget.
While AccountingWEB members have been contemplating the cutting edge of dumb USB-connected Christmas presents, we at GadgetZone managed to get our hands on a far more practical de
Christmas is coming, and that can only mean one thing - it's time for 2011's annual gadget countdown, so nominations are now open for your favourite gadget of 2011.
Gail Purvis reviews this year's Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (Ceatec) conference in Japan.
You might be forgiven for overlooking last week's new iPhone launch, which was overshadowed a day or so later by the sad news of Apple founder Steve Job's demise.
John Stokdyk adds his own thoughts to the tributes coming in following the death of Apple founder Steve Jobs this morning.
The future of HP’s personal computer unit may remain uncertain since the departure of Leo Apotheker earlier this month, but that hasn’t stopped the company from pushing models of its PC of