todayTuesday, 30 September 2014
Google is rolling out a version of Photoshop for its Chromebook and Chrome OS in collaboration with Adobe, along with a series of next-generation mobile-optimised ad formats.
Prospective Facebook challenger Ello was knocked off the internet for 25 minutes as a result of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack.
yesterdayMonday, 29 September 2014
Yahoo! has closed a number of legacy services and its chief executive, Marissa Mayer, has issued a statement to investors after investment firm Starboard Value urged the company to merge with Aol, which owns Engadget, TechCrunch and Huffington Post.
It takes significantly less pressure to bend an Apple iPhone 6 than most other smartphones, according to tests conducted by US consumer website Consumer Reports.
BlackBerry has reportedly sold out its initial shipment of its Passport smartphones, however, its second quarter results show continuing losses for the Canadian tech giant.
Thursday, 25 September 2014
Google is rolling out a new type of online advertisement for both desktop and smartphones, which will allow users to see the distance to the nearest physical store offering a particular product.
LG will partner with Microsoft on the Internet of Things, in a deal that will see the consumer electronics giant develop new products and services based on Microsoft’s cloud computing platforms.
BlackBerry has launched a new Android app compatible Passport phablet, alongside a new app that allows users to view messages and content from their BlackBerry smartphones on a PC, Mac, Android tablet or iPad.
One of Australia’s first startup incubators Pollenizer is shifting its focus from helping individuals create startups, to assisting big corporates like Optus spin out their own startups.