The Government's so-called Google Tax came into effect this month. Will it deter tech firms from investing in the UK?
BES12 Cloud provides browser-based control centre for range of business smartphones and tablets
It's a quality phone but will battery life stymie its chance of success?
The initiative invites European startups using the EU's Fiware tech to apply for the opportunity to win €2.5m of funding
The legislation covers individuals or organisations carrying out malicious cyber activities
Bored of shopping? Amazon has a solution, but Nicole Kobie can't help thinking Dash is more trouble than it's worth
We take a look at what Apple's iCloud service has to offer users looking to securely sync and store data in the cloud
HP sues Autonomy founder for $5.1bn - but Mike Lynch responds with a countersuit
The slimmed down tablet is more akin to the Surface Pro 3, with a cheaper price tag and lower-rate Atom class processor
Kronos and Aberdeen Group have found that using automated systems is also helping companies cut costs
Is Samsung's latest Android phone something special?
Signals concentration on fast-growing server market
Galileo 7 and 8 will join six other satellites to improve EU navigational infrastructure
The organisation's Rob Wainwright said tech firms should think about how encryption is helping terrorists
The NHS is searching for innovators across sectors to partner with local healthcare services
Imminent update will allow six times as many phones to try Microsoft's new mobile OS
Hackers have reportedly gained access to thousands of British Airways frequent-flyer accounts
Coding site hit by ongoing DDoS, experts suspect Chinese involvement
The vulnerability allows read and write access to an invidual or network's Linux file system
The company said it's now looking to stabilise its business in the coming months
Don't get sidetracked by a storm in the SSL teacup, warns Davey Winder...
Ruling could pave the way for Apple users to sue search giant
Mobile-only operators are dead: are we headed towards consolidation?
Facebook’s first solar-powered drone has completed the first test, Mark Zuckerberg has announced
Microsoft and Oracle accused of raising software licenses to make up for flagging revenue
A Broadwell upgrade provides impressive battery life for Apple’s business laptop.
Hacker’s fake female profiles lure men to chat each other up to highlight harassment issues
We put Dropbox for Business through its paces to see if it really is worth paying for
The company gave green light to transactions made linked to Cuba, Iran and Sudan, despite sanctions
The investigation will look into why the sector isn't growing, despite more consumers heading online for purchases
5th generation Core processors promise up to 90 minutes extra battery life
iOS 8 is set to completely wipe out iOS 7 by the end of Q2 2015, it has been claimed
How GaaP could transform public sector with high-level buy-in
Business drivers have not embraced the idea of driverless cars, as 15 per cent rule out working with them
Visitor logs reveal close relationship between Obama and Google top dogs
As Windows 10 draws nearer and Microsoft distances itself from older OS, we look at the best option for your PC
The search is on to find the most exciting and innovative businesses in the UK
Barclays, GB Group, Morpho, PayPal and Royal Mail join four other companies verified to perform citizen identification checks
Yahoo's plans to do away with passwords highlights the pitfalls of weak authentication and the tech's surprising resilience
A flaw in Android phones has been found, putting the personal data of millions of users at risk
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