The Gadget Show Live 2014 sees 21 gadgets presented in the Innovation Theatre and the winner will be crowned British Innovation of the Year 2014.
Hackers are using the Dark Web to buy, test and share simple malware some of which was used in to pilfer secure data from US retailer Target’s website.
Certain groups want US regulators to confirm exactly what Facebook plans to do with its recent acquisition before the deal is rubber-stamped.
The first major update to iOS 7 brings with it a load of tweaks and bug fixes, improvements to Siri and support for Apple’s CarPlay.
Computing giant Intel has used its high profile CeBIT 2014 press conference to declare a new collaborative security strategy involving itself, McAfee, and Wind River.
Microsoft ups the ante with SAML 2.0 authentication for simplified log-in across cloud and on-premise
The company has made it easier to move between the cloud and on-premises services using SAML 2.0 to make sure users only need to log-in once.
Dell today introduced the new entry-level Precision M2800 mobile workstation. The device is a 15in laptop with ISV-certified components and other professional-class features that...
Edward Snowden spoke to a packed crowd at SXSW through seven proxy servers, accusing the NSA and the UK's GCHQ of "setting fire to the future of the Internet” with their PRISM spying programme.
Sundar Pichai had plenty to say over at SXSW, and one of the biggest announcements he made was the imminent arrival of a wearables SDK.
A famous philosopher once said: “I print, therefore I am.” Alright – he didn’t, but if Descartes had owned an inkjet, he’d have praised the glorious wisdom of these tips.
The NSA may be after your data, but stick with Google and you'll be safe. At least, Eric Schmidt is "pretty sure" that that's the case. Not convinced? Neither are we.