Category : News
New versions are able to protect and manage corporate mobile devices.
3 millions PCs in Malaysia will face potential security risks once support for XP ends on 8 April 2014.
New DSLR offers 24.3 Megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor and the EXPEED 3 image processor.
Company expands its offerings for the consumer market with three new laptops and a touch-capable desktop.
Certification will allow agencies in NATO countries to use BlackBerry 10 Smartphones in the field.
Native apps will offer users a faster and enhanced experience while making hotel bookings.
FURBY BOOM interacts with kids via their mobile devices, offering new ways of interaction.
Company hosts DotA 2 and overclocking competitions leading up to finals to be held at CES 2014.
Conservation efforts will go high-tech with the use of satellites to track the elephants in Borneo’s forests.