It's an old story now, but still worth remembering: When the iPhone debuted way back in 2007, it wasn't much thought of as a device for business users. It had email, yes, but not many of the security features favored by IT departments--and besides, the BlackBerry dominated the business market anyway.
While "big" phones are nothing new for the rest of the mobile industry, the iPhone 6 Plus represents a radical departure from Apple's historical love for small screens.
The latest Windows 9 leaks show a lot of Linux-looking new features.
Drawing security SMEs and startups into network
Criteo analysed 300m bookings with in-app bookings now totalling 12 percent
Trendy frames cost an extra £250
But have consumers moved on anyway?
HealthKit allows apps that provide health and fitness services to share their data with Apple's own Health app and with each other
If you've got a Slingbox, you can now cast live and recorded television to any TV outfitted with Google's $35 Chromecast dongle.
Activision said that Destiny, its latest MMO/shooter franchise for the Xbox and Playstation, pulled in $350 million in the first five days it went on sale. Activision is calling it the "best-selling new video game franchise launch of all time"--which is an interesting way to spin the numbers.