Articles Posted on 14 December 2012
Today's Tech: Google Maps for iOS 6 storms App Store charts and Panasonic Eluga dL1 discounted to £155
The biggest stories on ITProPortal today, also with news of Channel 4's Windows 8 app and Mozilla's web-promoting hackathon.
The British retailer may fail to meet its banking agreements by the end of January as it recorded a disappointing first half.
4oD, Channel 4's on-demand catch-up TV service, beats the iPlayer to be the UK's first mainstream TV app to launch on Windows 8.
The company invites you to submit playable prototypes built with open source technologies as part of its Game On competition.
According to European CIOs, enterprise IT spend is set to increase in the upcoming year despite the economic downturn.
In this newly created position, Maxwell will be responsible for finding new technologies to better deliver public services online.
Samsung executive mentions “Galaxy S4” smartphone, confirms TV eye-tracking tie-up at photonics event
Slip-of-the-tongue or much ado about nothing? This semi-official confirmation from someone from Samsung will send tongues wagging.
The electronic goods manufacturer is preparing to further tap into the emerging trend of NFC-compatible mobile devices.
Offenders convinced victims their online activity was being inspected by police, and demanded payment for the malware's removal.
A quick overview of a booming technology industry that’s critical to our global economy and yet attracts little goodwill.