From audio gear to gadgets, smartphones to stocking stuffers, we've rounded up the best tech gear to give and get this year.
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The Internet Archive, a massive, publicly accessible online repository of everything on the World Wide Web, suffered major fire damage to one of its San Francisco facilities Wednesday night.
Three astronauts arrived at the International Space Station early today, bringing with them the Olympic torch that will light the Olympic flame in Sochi, Russia, for the 2014 Winter Games.
Music has been a part of human existence throughout history, but digital technology has made it accessible 24/7. The equipment for listening to digital recordings anywhere, anytime just keeps getting better -- and, more to the point for this story, it makes a killer holiday gift.
Apple has a shot at growing the Mac's share of all personal computers even as total shipments of desktops and notebooks continue to contract, an analyst argued today.
The list of reported parties interested in buying BlackBerry is growing, and now includes Lenovo Group, according to unnamed sources speaking to the Wall Street Journal.
NAB has taken the wraps off a new mobile app for Android and iPhone handsets. The new Flik app enables peer-to-peer payments including through email, social-networking site Facebook, in-app generate QR codes and NFC.
ASX-listed data centre provider NextDC (ASX:NXT) has been placed in a trading holding as it makes a capital-raising announcement. The company this morning released its annual results, revealing a 632 per cent increase in revenue from data centre services to $9 million (out of total revenue of $36.2 million).
Windows 8's user share growth slowed significantly last month, hinting at further trouble for the struggling operating system, new statistics from an analytics company showed today.
Stephen Conroy, the minister for broadband, communications and the arts, has confirmed his resignation following the departure of Julia Gillard as the Australian prime minister and Labor leader today ( 26 June).
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Facebook is gearing up for a product announcement on June 20, but isn't saying what it has planned.
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