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Kathryn McConnachie

Digital Media Editor at ITWeb.

Kathryn McConnachie is a Digital Media Editor at ITWeb.


FeaturesMar 26, 2013

Smarter buildings for smarter cities

Known as the 'building whisperer', IBM's David Bartlett says the best way to build a smarter city is one smarter building at a time.

WirelessMar 20, 2013

Samsung confirms smart watch in the works

Beating Apple to the punch, Samsung has gone public with its intentions to bring a smart watch device to market.

BusinessMar 20, 2013

Adobe CTO heads to Apple

Long-time defender of Flash technology, Kevin Lynch, resigns from Adobe and will join Apple as VP of technology.

Double TakeMar 20, 2013

Smartphone snooze-fest

Consumers continue to yawn at the latest handset releases - have we hit an innovation ceiling?

WirelessMar 19, 2013

BlackBerry: in it to win it

The BlackBerry 10 launch has put BlackBerry back on the starting grid of the smartphone race, which it intends to win, says CEO Thorsten Heins.

WirelessMar 19, 2013

Kindle Paperwhite officially in SA

The latest version of the popular Kindle e-reader is now available directly from local retailers.

TelecomsMar 18, 2013

The state of the smartphone war post-S4

Samsung's new flagship smartphone has Apple on the defensive, and marks a shift in the battle at the top of the smartphone market.

SoftwareMar 18, 2013

The Google Reader uprising

Google Reader users flock to alternative services, and an online petition has close to 125 000 signatures.

WirelessMar 14, 2013

A new chapter for Android?

The mastermind behind Android, Andy Rubin, steps down, signalling the possible convergence of the mobile OS with Chrome.

SoftwareMar 14, 2013

Google Reader to be retired

As part of Google's ongoing spring cleaning, Google Reader will no longer be available as of 1 July.

WirelessMar 13, 2013

Android to overtake iOS in tablet wars

The IDC forecasts this will be the year Android topples Apple's iOS and becomes the dominant operating system for tablets worldwide.

InternetMar 13, 2013

LinkedIn to buy Pulse?

The professional network is reportedly looking to acquire personalised news aggregator Pulse for between $50 million and $100 million.