As the grapevine had contended, Facebook has revealed a new app that allows for group chats which are completely anonymous, and can centre on any topic under the sun.
Amazon recently released a new line of Kindle products, featuring two new tablets and readers respectively. With the release came an update to the retailer's version of Android, known as Fire OS.
Oxford University has teamed up with Google, all in the name of artificial intelligence. Could this be the beginning of an AI revolution?
Photoshop is the bee’s knees for image editing, and you can get a taste of its brilliance with Adobe Photoshop Mix.
When Tim Cook stood on stage last month to introduce Apple Pay, the typically reserved chief executive could barely contain his excitement.
At a London roundtable event organised by the government minister Ed Vaizey, Del Heppenstall, director of cyber security practice for KPMG, said that an action plan must be implemented.
It provides organisations the chance to build an on-premise cloud solution using Helion OpenStack tools and benefiting from Helion’s vast community of developers.
The first in a series of planned courses has been launched, with the “Introduction to the Internet of Everything” teaching students the basics.
A study found that almost all enterprise applications have 24 known vulnerabilities and that eight of those are classed as “very high severity” or “high severity”.
City of London Police revealed that the couple are from the Greater Manchester area and the value of the music on just one of the hard drives is estimated to be in excess of £350,000.