It’s time for a new Yahoo – the site is seen as stodgy and dated, but a new name would help to shrug off any negative connotations.
This iOS app is slick and works well, but isn't as appealing as other cheaper iOS options that integrate with more apps and services.
How do you start when it comes to getting organised? One vital piece of advice is to break down your projects into smaller chunks.
This is the slimmest smartphone in the world and one which is set to get heads turning when it launches next month.
Today's Tech: Hands-on with Huawei's Ascend P6 and Google's demise spells good news for anonymous search engine DuckDuckGo
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including a rough date for the release of LG's first flexible smartphone and Microsoft's infiltration of a $500M-stealing botnet.
Finally, more 2,560 x 1,440 monitors coming to the market although this one still costs a lot more than what we’d want it to be.
In the race for convergence, the ultimate vanishing point arises when the compute and the storage functions are merged.
The South Korean company said it expects its display complex to build 12,000 sheets of bendable OLED per month, and for its own flexible OLED smartphone to hit shelves at the same time.
Acer reckons that sales of tablets and notebooks for the second quarter of the year, which ends on 30 June, will be flat.
The software giant, with the FBI and 80 national authorities have caused major disruption to the widescale cybercrime operation that have stolen millions from bank accounts.
Increasing numbers of Internet users are migrating to DuckDuckGo, as the NSA's web surveillance tactics scare people off using Google and Bing.
CEO Jen-Hsun Huang reveals plans to expand further into the mobile arena by licensing its popular graphics chips and patents to smartphone and tablet makers.
Improving upon HTC's original Butterfly device, which debuted last year, the Butterfly S will carry a 5in 1,920 x 1,080 full HD display and is said to be faster than the HTC One.
Brighton creative technology conference Reasons to be Creative has been named the UK's Event of the Year for 2012 at The Critters, an annual awards ceremony that boasts the Microsoft seal of approval.
Research from DisplaySearch suggests growing trend towards smaller tablet screen sizes this year, with 8in Android models and an Apple iPad mini refresh expected.