Today's Tech: Microsoft's Start button on the Threshold, Nokia's cooler Google Glass alternative and a curvier Apple iPhone
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including this summer's cyber-attack on EU foreign ministries by a Chinese hacking collective.
The PS4 is set to outsell the Xbox One, as Microsoft seems to have got one key aspect of its launch strategy horribly wrong – namely, availability.
Intelligence agencies are secretly pinpointing suspects by using the same techniques that advertisers use to track consumers online, according to the latest revelations from leaked NSA documents.
A group of 13 hackers that helped carry out an attack on Paypal in 2010 has pleaded guilty to charges levelled against them and won’t go to jail as a result.
We spent some hands-on time with the EliteBook Folio 1040, a sleek and light mid-range business notebook with some impressive security features.
Europe’s second highest court has decided that Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype complied with EU market rules and in the process denied a complaint made by Cisco.
Google has opened its first data centres in Asia, as internet growth in the region continues at an “amazing” rate.
Sources working on the device codenamed Normandy are working hard on the device that will run a “forked” version of Android that is similar to the one that runs on Amazon’s Kindle Fire products.
It’s being reported the device will be released next year and feature an upgraded 5in 1080p screen, faster processors, better cameras and be targeted at markets around the world.
Mohit Lad of ThousandEyes, a Californian startup specialising in IT performance management solutions, highlights three problems facing modern enterprises today.
So what do you get an ultra-organised techie type for Xmas? We’ve got some great suggestions here, from gear bags to Evernote subscriptions.