Cupertino is surely busy with the iPhone, but it needs to step in and explain what is going on with the alleged hack of iCloud and spillage of nude celebrity pics, if only to deny involvement.
Fujifilm and Xerox unite to build a robotic printer so smart it delivers documents straight to your desk
The smart printer has been designed for public places such as an airport lounge and uses sensors to navigate around obstacles, but is it just "technology for technology's sake?"
In what’s a major milestone in its “compute strategy”, HP has pushed out new servers with a number of innovations to boost performance.
Getting the funds to set up and grow your start-up can be a real hurdle. In this article we share three tips for winning over investors and making them want to fund your business.
Germany's federal minister of labour and social affairs has proposed legislation that will make it illegal for a company to contact its employees out of hours. Do we need the same in the UK?
Shhh. You hear that? That’s the future, barrelling towards you like a faithful Labrador, and it’s bringing a whole goodie bag of IFA 2014 gadgets between its jaws courtesy of Samsung, LG and Sony.
Privacy rights activists laid siege to GCHQ in protest against the alleged "Tempora" computer system that allows access to large amounts of personal data.
The event, which takes place at the Web Summit, Dublin, has expanded this year, with 200 startups now competing for the prestigious title and $100,000 prize fund.
The iPhone Wallet is set to arrive with the iPhone 6, which is rumoured to have NFC on board, and will of course boast a fingerprint sensor for secure purchases.
We discuss Microsoft’s move last week, when the firm stripped 1,500 junk apps from the Windows store because they were misleading, fraudulent or simple knock-offs.
China is turning up the heat in its antitrust probe into Microsoft, as authorities have given Redmond just three weeks to produce a detailed response to their concerns.