The software giant is trying to tempt enterprise firms to adopt the new OS after the disappointment of Windows 8, by introducing a host of new security features.
If you fancy your One Mini 2 in pink, then Carphone Warehouse is the only place you can get this colour scheme, with contracts starting from £14 per month.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Japanese firm blames the failure to match company targets on poor sales of mid-to-low end devices, particularly in emerging markets such as China.
CEO Mayer was pleased with the overall performance, which she noted was achieved despite "industry headwinds" in some of the company’s large legacy businesses.
The battery has shrunk since the original iPad Air, but Apple is claiming that users still get the same 10 hour life.
BYOD apparently stands for Bring Your Own Danger for 23 per cent of staff who are totally ignorant of their company’s mobile device policy.
Kinect has moved on. Once a peripheral that encouraged gamers to dance manically in front of their consoles, it has now evolved into something rather more sophisticated.
In this video, ITProPortal speaks to Curt Beckmann, CTO for Europe Middle East and Africa at Brocade about what the so-called "new IP" will mean for your IT department.
Jive Software has hit the ground running at JiveWorld 2014 in Las Vegas by announcing two new software updates at the event’s opening keynote session.
Google Analytics has become something of an industry standard for gathering web metrics. But a new report from form building company Formstack says different.
New figures from ABI Research aren’t the first to point to strong Chromebook growth, with the year-on-year figures expected to double up.