A new centre is opening in Kings Cross on 5 November that is hoping to foster collaboration between entrepreneurs, SMBs, academia, researchers and organisations.
The US finally agreed to approve the deal last month and as a result Lenovo paid $2.1 billion to acquire the business with the hope it will challenge HP and Dell in the server sector.
We discuss the issues surrounding online security, and ways in which you can ensure you’re safe, or at least safer, from hackers.
The new Atlas ad platform will use the wealth of user data to offer marketers the opportunity to target surfers using data collected by Facebook from its users.
Andy Fyfe, the head of the City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit wants a wider media debate to take place over the piracy issues that his body tries to stamp out.
The European Commission is expected to release the findings of its investigation later today, with sources suggesting that it will find Apple guilty of receiving illegal state aid.
The best of ITProPortal news, including: Intel's Make It Wearable competition has so far proved intriguing, however Team Nixie (finalists of the competition) has created a drone that you can wear.
We caught up with Jeremy Payne of Enghouse Interactive to find out how exactly businesses can improve customer engagement. Some of his tips may surprise you.
After the FCC saw a record response from consumers worried about “paid prioritisation”, industry officials have argued that, although two tiers isn’t feasible, certain firms should pay.
Independent testing of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus by Consumer Reports in the US has suggested that the whole episode may have been “overblown.”
This Thursday 2nd October, IBM is holding a Twitter Q&A on the subject of Big Data & Energy under the hashtag #IBMutilities. Submit your questions in advance here.