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A leaked memo sent by Apple's chief executive officer to staff members hints at "big plans" in 2014.

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Finger gestures will be to the fore when Samsung showcases its latest stable of products at next month's Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

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Hewlett-Packard is planning a return to the mobile market with a series of "phablets", according to reports.

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Las Vegas is the venue for the launch of what is claimed to be the first 105in ultra-high definition (UHD) curved screen TV.

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Councils need to develop a solution to overcome the security concerns of allowing employees to use their own personal devices in the workplace, a new report warns.

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Intel is planning to launch an 18-core chip within the next two years, it has been reported.

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Worries about security are rising after a new report revealed Windows XP is still being run on at least one device by almost four out of five IT professionals.

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We are mere weeks away from the International CES in Las Vegas and the rumour mill is flying - including reports Samsung could be set to unveil a rival to the full-size iPad.

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LG is to unveil the Chromebase - the first Chrome OS-powered all-in-one (AIO) desktop machine - at the 2014 CES show in Las Vegas next month, the company has announced.

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Google Glass users can now take pictures with the "wink of an eye".

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The much-anticipated, futuristic-looking Apple Mac Pro first unveiled at the firm's developers conference in the summer has gone on sale.

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Users will be able to 'chat' with their phones when Microsoft launches its next generation mobile operating system, it has been reported

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New research has found the number of households with tablets is set to reach nearly 50% by the end of next year

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Firms have been urged to get to grips with the bring your own device trend as researchers warn it's not going to go away

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Samsung is understood to be releasing its cheapest tablet yet early in the new year with the launch of the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.

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LG is set to release several new UltraWide monitors following on from the launch of the first product in the series earlier this year.

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Organisations are expected to change the way they use data analytics and business intelligence (BI) over the next year.

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Financial deals will continue to be driven by the pace of innovation in the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector next year, new research has suggested.

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More tablets are bought in the UK than in any other European country, according to new research.

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Business technology leaders are speaking with guarded optimism about the growth of mobile devices and BYOD in workplaces, according to the publication for Chief Information Officers (CIOs).

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Google's Chromebook platform could gain real traction in 2014 - but only if certain conditions are met

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The first USB flash drives targeted at the mobile market are set to hit our shelves next month

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Microsoft's Windows tablets are being embraced by company IT bosses, a new survey has suggested

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