Google’s latest moonshot is robots, no less, with Andy Rubin at the helm (doubtless hoping to employ an impressive “Android” pun somewhere).
New documents released by Edward Snowden reveal that the NSA is collecting records from over five billion mobile phone calls around the world each day.
The YotaPhone is certainly innovative with its E-ink display on the rear of the handset – but is it merely a gimmick? And an overpriced one at that?
The former president of the Dutch Central Bank, Nout Wellink, has said that bitcoin hype is worse than the so-called “tulip mania” of the 17th century. "At least then you got a tulip,” he said.
The number of new digital and technology companies in London has doubled in the last three years, according to a report due out tomorrow.
Amazon’s Paperwhite makes an ideal Xmas gift, and the recipient gets a huge range of free classic eBooks into the bargain.
ARM has recently unveiled the findings of a new comprehensive report by the Economist Intelligence Unit entitled "The Internet of Things Business Index: A quiet revolution gathers pace."
Support for mobile devices is becoming a more urgent requirement for most organisations. A Forrester Research study released in June 2012 "found that overall 53 per cent...
Microsoft has labelled the US government an “advanced persistent threat” as part of an overhaul of it processes designed to close the door to NSA spying. But is this real change, or only cosmetic?
We've all been hearing and reading a lot about cloud computing, about the cost and time-to-market benefits of deploying applications in the cloud. It's true. Cloud computing...
Amazon doesn’t need to pay to advertise. Instead, it can pull publicity stunts like Prime Air, then sit back and watch the media fawn over them.