Opening CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, British PM David Cameron hailed the "new industrial revolution" and unveiled a 5G research partnership between the UK and Germany.
Assange took part in a Skype interview in which he had some predictably dire words to say about the NSA – and he also promised more leakage from WikiLeaks.
Tablets are still all the rage, but their selling power appears to be dwindling. According to IDC, the market, which includes tablets and 2-in-1 devices, is forecast to grow in 2014, but 30% slower.
Samsung is entering the already crowded market with its own free Internet radio service, dubbed Milk Music. Powered by Slacker, the free service is available exclusively for Galaxy devices.
A number of qualifying requirements have been set out by the financials marketplace specialist in order to try and drive investment that isn’t from venture capitalists.
It’s “personalised newspaper” has been canned in favour of a more streamlined approach that came after users had complained that the original redesign plans were too complicated.
The music streaming service is working with Goldman Sachs to try and open up a credit facility that would allow it launch an IPO in the near future.
The Twitter owned service has introduced a new set of guidelines that limit the sharing of sexually explicit content on the video-sharing app.
An FCC filing revealed the new device that will use Bluetooth Low Energy as its power source, doesn’t have a screen and will be able to be paired with Samsung smartphones and tablets.
The device, which was originally codenamed Moneypenny, will be unveiled later on this year and is likely to include dual SIM capabilities as well as being one of the first to run Windows Phone 8.1.
A California judge threw out Apple’s request for a sales ban linked to patent infringement as a survey had inflated the importance of various patents in the eyes of customers.