As the 20th Commonwealth Games kicks off in Glasgow, most of the attention will be focused on the athletes trying to turn years of work into gold medals. However, what goes on behind the scenes?
Many experts believe we’ve seen just a glimpse of the potential threat landscape devastation. So, what’s behind the headlines?
Companies in the UK are spending an average of 21 per cent less than US firms on security programmes and two thirds aren’t testing apps against key vulnerabilities.
Business software provider Sage held an exclusive event in London for entrepreneurs, startups and small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Here are the best bits.
Citizens across the UK are being encouraged to team up with local MPs to request the 3G mobile broadband signal to be installed in areas that otherwise don’t have Internet access.
An enquiry by Italian investigators has given Google 18 months to reform its privacy policies before it faces a fine of up to €1 million and possible criminal proceedings.
The deal is reportedly worth between $200 million and $300 million, and gives Yahoo a ready made way to analyse mobile apps and the devices that they are on.
The deal, which includes $400 million in cash and $1.6 billion dollars worth of Facebook shares, has been approved by regulators and will come into effect immediately.
Consumer group Which? has compared the prices (exclusive of tax) of 13 identical products being sold in the US and UK, and concluded that Brits are getting a "raw deal".
Samsung’s marketing department rarely stands still, and has already concocted an ad taking pot-shots at the unreleased iPhone.