Tesco has partnered with BT to offer fast Wi-Fi for some of its stores in the UK &...
Research technique allows Tor users to be identified with 80 per cent accuracy
Research from KPMG suggests companies are willing to take drastic action to prevent cyber...
The US State Department was forced to shut down its unclassified email system after being...
Apple has released the first OS X Yosemite update, but issues with unreliable Wi-Fi have persisted for some users
Hacking collective brand white supremacists "terrorists"
'Client Computing Group' will be headed up by SVP Kirk Skaugen
The consumer group said the way broadband speeds are advertised is unfair
The government is pressuring ISPs to filter searches and adding a reporting button
Using Intel's 2014 Broadwell chip, the Yoga 3 Pro is one of the slimmest and lightest laptops around
We round up the top 10 best iPhone apps to help you decide what's hot and what's not
The Google Glass consumer release date may have been pushed back to 2015 amidst negative reactions
Research from KPMG suggests companies are willing to take drastic action to prevent cyber attacks
Scale-Up Report: Helping UK firms scale could add £225bn to economy by 2034
Software giant overtakes oil firm Exxon to take number two spot
Wikipedia is apparently less “reliable” and “detailed” than Russia would like, and so it’s doing it over again
Facebook at Work will also help collaboration and file sharing, reports suggest
The US State Department was forced to shut down its unclassified email system after being hit by hackers
Social networking giant's "free internet for everyone" to expand to Africa, claim reports
Microsoft said it has 525,000 listed on the Windows and Windows Phone app stores
The Cessna aircraft use 'dirtbox' devices forcing mobile phones to emit information
Ofcom finds 4G speeds in the UK are twice as fast as 3G, with each network ranked individually
Twitter's debt has been dubbed “junk” by ratings agency Standard & Poor's, causing shared to drop
Buzzard 2 dongle costs £80 & connects to cigarette lighters
'Dirtbox' scans data from tens of thousands of devices
Apple’s iOS 8 is the first version of the OS that allows installation of third party keyboards, here’s a selection of th
The Personalised Health and Care 2020 strategy will embrace technology in patient care
Visa will also work with Mastercard to roll out an innovative way of securing online payments
Cloud giant says enterprises are embracing cloud and coming round to the idea of shutting down their datacentres
ARM chips will add complexity and overhead in the server space, Intel engineer claims
The Android Lollipop tablet looks to outshine its iOS 8 counterpart
Cloud giant says Shadow IT played an important role in bringing its offerings to the attention of enterprise CIOs &
The number of Android users switching to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been smaller than expected
Faster 4G – and the promise of 5G – will help businesses on the move.
Next six months critical, says KPMG, but momentum slows
Android to get revamped interface, pop-up notifications and battery life improvements
Around 1.5 million properties help UK achieve one of the quickest rollouts of fibre connectivity in the world
Deal will help “dramatically strengthen” its own video ad efforts
The systems will be open-sourced, allowing everyone to access the development tools
Over half of Apple devices using iOS 8
Mozilla has announced a new virtual reality site in time for Firefox's 10th anniversary
Google's Planetary Ventures will use a NASA airfield for space and robotics research
Bigger than Heartbleed, vulnerability means users need to download patch now
IT professionals set for pay rises and greater opportunities in 2015
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