This autumn could see a turbocharged version of the G3 landing in the UK with an improved processor and more RAM.
Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab discovered that the malware is a lot harder to detect that its predecessor, Cryptolocker, as it uses Tor to remain anonymous.
The US Congress is famous for being mired in inefficiency, bureaucracy and partisanship, but apparently there’s one task it has no trouble getting done – editing Wikipedia articles.
The US firm has continued its shopping spree with the acquisition of Swell, an app that compiles audio streams into a custom radio station, which could mean big changes for iTunes Radio.
The crowdfunding project from the makers of InkCase+ will set targets and let the user level up over a period of weeks, training them in good health and fitness habits.
The web is an entirely different and hugely frustrating place if you’re stuck out in the sticks with an incredibly slow and unreliable net connection.
Nigel Seddon, the area director at LANDESK, explains how BYOD is saving businesses hundreds of thousands as a result of employees buying their own devices to bring into the workplace.
The Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost, deck-of-cards sized Linux computer, designed to promote computer science and programming in a fun way, and it can be yours for under £30.
The Karbonn A50S boasts a touchscreen display, front and back-facing cameras, and a dual phone number function and is available to UK based customers who order online.
Amazon has another plan on the boil, this time to take on the likes of Square when it comes to mobile payments.