An auto-playing video feature has been rolled out on iOS, meaning that as users scroll down their news feeds, posted videos will start playing without anyone having pressed play.
Why do all keyboards look the same? We take an in-depth look at the humble keyboard, and one designer’s attempt to make it better.
The latest in two long years of feuding between the electronics giants has culminated in a loss for Samsung, who were lobbying for the ban of Apple products in South Korea.
As the club’s new official technology partner it will have a logo on the inside of the club’s jerseys with the partnership also leading to a number of other lucrative schemes.
Google Sheets has received a considerable performance boost in the form of the ability to access it offline, so wherever you are you can work on documents with ease.
A Russian blogger reports that Microsoft is willing to pay Samsung $1 billion to continue to develop phones for the Windows Phone OS for it to continue its growth.
The bitcoin platform Coinbase has received a landmark $25 million cash injection by a venture capital firm, the largest investment in any bitcoin-based company to date.
A report found that just 56 per cent of the top 100 Apple iOS have been hacked with the publishers of the report warning that the widespread use of “cracked” apps is particularly risky.
Today's Tech: The great cyber bank robbery, The Pirate Bay moves once again, and Spotify goes mobile
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including piracy and bank robbery, as The Pirate Bay's domain gets seized, 4 hackers abscond with £1m stolen from banks, and Spotify expands its mobile presence.
The South Korean firm is planning to release a downgraded version of its phablet with an LCD screen and a 8-megapixel camera to target emerging markets
Thursday Threat Report: Chinese hackers hit the EU, an ASDA Facebook scam does the rounds, and scammers come out for Christmas
We round up the three biggest threats that you need to be aware of this week, from ASDA voucher scams, to Chinese hackers and the scammers trying to catch you out this Christmas.