It's the battle of the tech titans. And it looks about to get whole lot worse, with news that Samsung are to counter sue iPad makers Apple just days after it was slapped with a lawsuit for copying the "look and feel" of its iPad and iPhone.
The credit crunch is set to wipe up to US$170 billion in global IT sales that will hurt Intel, Microsoft and other major technology companies, according to a Bloomberg report. A big freeze on both spending and credit will blanket the industry as analysts predict one of the worst ever downturns for IT.
Thinking of purchasing a new notebook but don't know how to get rid of your old desktop or notebook? Toshiba announced that it will recycle your old PC/notebook and even give you $150 off the RRP of any notebook in its business range.
Are Australian building unions to blame for the current National Broadband Network (NBN) construction debacle, and is Communications Minister Stephen Conroy, now caught between supporting his party and the unions vs. the best interests of all Australians?
In an effort to unseat Optus, Vodafone is set to spend up to $30 million during the next 12 months with the Company today confirming that they have axed One Barrack St in favour of Clemenger BBDO as their new advertising agency.