Introduction to support growing hard-user market in Sri Lanka goes beyond rugged.

LG Electronics (LG) this week will begin rolling out the highly anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade for G3 smartphones starting in Poland this week, to be followed by other key markets in the near future.

China has ploughed £60m into fibre-optic cables which will, theoretically, create a computer network between Beijing and Shanghai which is unhackable.

Verizon has officially unveiled a new color version for the Moto X (2014).

Samsung has been teasing its development of a 4K AMOLED display for a long time now, but now a new piece of information suggests the first phone to brag with it is the Galaxy Note 5.

DMS Electronics (DMSE), one of the leading IT solution providers in Sri Lanka, today announced that it has been selected as the ‘Enterprise TSD Partner of the Year’ by HP, at the annual HP Enterprise Partner Recognition Event.

ASUS Computers, renowned for their affordable and user-friendly notebooks announced plans to launch the ASUS Flip Book – the brand’s most recent innovation to the local market later this year.

The Walt Disney company has announced a landmark deal with Google and Apple, which will see the firm’s digital movies and TV cater for Android and iOS platforms.

Truecaller, an app that helps people take the right call, which announced its foray in to Sri Lanka recently, has appointed three ambassadors in the country.

Microsoft has ceased sales of its operating systems Windows 7 and 8 in a bid to move users onto the most recent 8.1 update which has proven unpopular with consumers.

Global internet users hits three billion mark

Tuesday, 04 November 2014 09:16

There are officially over three billion internet users globally, research from InternetLiveStats has found: 41 per cent of the world’s population of 7.2 billion.