All technology eyes are on Germany in the second half of this week as the IFA tech expo opens in Berlin.
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.
It's been a while since we've seen automotive-themed laptops, but ASUS has come to our rescue with a garish model that would have the boys purri
For those used to working with two (or more) screens in the office, when out on the road with just a laptop there can be real difficulties in trying to work with just one screen. Trying to demonstrate or share a screen with a client or customer is also difficult.
If you thought the line between mobile computing and smartphones was getting a bit blurred, wait till you see the new Motorola ATRIX (strangely na
This year is shaping up to be a great one for gadgets - sorry, executive peripherals.
There's no question about it, Apple's iPad was the Gadget of 2010. Since the device was launched in January, more than 4m have reportedly been sold.
John Stokdyk ponders the possibilities for those who can't have or won't have an Apple tablet.
Apple's re-launch of the iPod range is becoming an annual event. For fans of everything Apple this means that the portable music devices that we all thought were the last word are now so last year – which no doubt accounts for Apple's successful trading results in recent years!
Once a Gadget Zone regular, Jon Wilcox has switched allegiance to our sister site PublicTechnology.net, but returns this week to fill us in about iPadgate
Sometimes as a journalist you have to put your hands up and admit you’re wrong.