Since the first crop of fitness trackers and wearables launched some years ago, the quantified self movement has continued to grow apace. Today, the latest edition of the Apple Watch integrates such an array of advanced health functions - most notably a heart rate tracker - that it actually qualifies as an FDA-approved medical device. Right now, all this portable health tech is targeted towards healthy, fitness conscious consumers, but will its primary function in future be monitoring health conditions?
With Intel's 9th generation processors just being announced, the ball is back in AMD's court for the next step forward in consumer CPUs. The looming presence of 7 and 10nm architecture draws closer too and the race to produce a stable product will shift the market heavily towards the company that pulls it off first
Google sees a ‘new direction’ for its social network after a security flaw prompts it to kill off the consumer version. Google Plus is being tied more tightly into G Suite.
Our mental health affects every facet of our life so it's not surprising to see it become more of a priority for employers too. While many companies may want to champion wellbeing among employees it can be difficult to know where to start.
Mobile management provider MOBI has added desktops and IoT devices to the portfolio of enterprise devices it can manage, plunging it into the unified endpoint management game.
Ericsson predicted earlier in the year that Vietnam will be using 5G in one or two years, however the country is still working on having a full 4G implementation. Here we examine the current state of state of 4G in the country and if 5G can happen soon.
Microsoft's unified endpoint management offering, Intune, has the potential to reduce time and effort managing desktop and mobile work environments. But it's not without its own set of problems, according to users.
EMM hence refers to solutions, products and services that ensure the security of data and integrate with enterprise IT systems to meet corporate concerns.
AAPL briefly surpassed the fabled USD 1 trillion market capitalization, 20 years after Michael Dell famously said he’d shut down the company if he was in charge.