Organisational gurus love the popular note-taking service Evernote. We’ve got 5 tips which will help you use it like the pros.
Horst Simon, Deputy Director at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s NERSC, is putting his money where his mouth is.
Digital Shoreditch, a celebration of East London's Tech City, kicked off this morning with an opening keynote delivered by Hackney councillor Guy Nicholson.
The service will continue to run until 20 November, before being fully replaced by Google Wallet; more details will be provided by Google's live webinar on Thursday.
Business & Finance
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich reportedly told employees on Monday that he is ready to "make adjustments in order to keep pace with a rapidly changing industry."
Steve Craggs from Lustratus Research and Ben Wen from IBM focus on addressing the security challenges while adopting SOA.
The 840 Pro Series 256GB is the fastest internal SSD we've ever tested, and it comes with a five year warranty as well.
By making the Kinect a centrepiece of the Xbox One, Microsoft is counting on it overcoming the problems of the previous Kinect, which is going to take some work.
The brand new gaming and entertainment device will debut "later this year," said Microsoft during the launch event yesterday evening, but pricing was not discussed.
Thinking Digital, one of the UK's leading ideas and innovation conferences, has kicked off in Newcastle-Gateshead - with old ITProPortal favourite BubblePix shining in the startup competition.
Laptops & PCs
Looking for an affordable entry-level business laptop, check out this Toshiba Satellite model which comes with a touchscreen.
Business & Finance
Today's Tech: Samsung's Smart App Challenge 2013 and five ways to capture the full potential of Evernote
The best of today's ITProPortal news and features, including a possible mass Tumblr evacuation and Jolla's debut smartphone.
Until the end of next month, customers buying HP’s latest microserver can apply for a £100 cashback from a number of retailers.
Speaking at day two of Digital Shoreditch in East London, a big data expert from OgilvyOne described the dangers of brands like Google collecting increasing amounts of our personal information.