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 BlackBerry Q10 is a classic keyboard and screen handset with definite appeal for communications fans, but it isn’t without shortcomings.
Telefonica-owned UK mobile operator became the first one to put Sony’s svelte tablet on preorder with some nice goodies.
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Today's Tech: ITProPortal reports from Digital Shoreditch 2013 and Yahoo agrees a £725 million Tumblr deal
The most significant of today's ITProPortal news, including Apple's significant move into military and the most exciting features coming to Android app developers.
A Congressional caucus has written to CEO Larry Page demanding answers over how Google will address the privacy concerns associated with the forthcoming product.
According to the firm, the suspected stolen information did not contain passwords or data that could be used to hack accounts but its users should change their login details anyway.
A look at why organisations worldwide need to approach technology from a holistic perspective rather than taking diverging views.
The laundry list of changes include major updates to the console's traditional user interface, which should bring smaller-sized, Windows Blue Live Tiles into the mix.
Sky, which has acquired O2’s fixed broadband user base, is apparently trying to stem the flow of customers leaving the company.
Over the weekend, a deal surfaced on popular UK retailer Ebuyer which turned up to be one of the best ones of the last few years.
The new service, the first of its kind, is likely to alleviate its retail branches and boost its number of PAYG customers.
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Compiled by research specialist GfK, the Tech City Futures report offers a rare and important glimpse into the thoughts and opinions of Silicon Roundabout decision-makers.
Apple’s ubiquitous iPhone and iPad are furthering their influence outside the consumer space, having been cleared for use within the US military by the Department of Defence.