As he prepares his shortlist for this year's annual gadget countdown, executive peripherals editor Nigel Harris looks back at the winners from previous years.
Maverick tax software house Forbes Computer is pressing ahead with an iPad Self Assessment tax application and plans to release it in Apple’s iTunes store before January.
Dismissed as little more than executive gadgets, tablet computers like Apple's iPad have become a convenient and practical tool for accountants, reports Bill Grabarek.
In his annual "state of the industry" address, analyst Richard Holway warned of seismic shifts that are threatening the foundations of the technology industry.
PC manufacturer Dell will this week hit back at iPad-mania with the introduction of its 5in Streak touch-screen tablet.
A proposal buried in the depths of the Treasury’s Budget paperwork to increase the rate of VAT on consumer electronics to 20% has caused outrage among international technology suppliers and native
A monthly round-up of product announcements and hardware industry news.
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Toshiba rolls out laptop upgrades
With Apple lining up one of the most hotly anticipated gadget launches since the iPhone – a new handheld flat-screen tablet device is expected to make its debut in California later today – the tech
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