Leaked documentation shows that there are plans afoot for Chrome apps to be made available on both mobile platforms through Mobile Chrome Apps.
The mobile operator expects to add another 19 towns before Christmas as it looks to bring 4G access to 98 per cent of the UK population by the end of 2014.
The company’s new solution is aimed at helping IT organisations to become service providers and to help speed up services to end-users.
Today's Tech: Press groups slam the EU's data protection plans, China says don't leave to XP, and malware creeps into the home
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including EU outcry from the European press, Microsoft's smart mood-bra, China's enduring love for Windows XP, and home-infecting malware found in the wild.
The new version of the popular database program includes HTML5 data input as well as better security and new features for iOS devices.
A new slimmer and reversible USB Type-C connector akin to Apple’s Lightning connector is currently under development, expected to be completed by mid-2014.
Researchers have delved into the source code of Google’s latest KitKat operating system and found a list of words Google deems inappropriate enough to block. The results are bizarre, to say the least.
British customers travelling to the US can now make and receive calls from home free of charge with the amount of countries benefiting from its Feel At Home service now at 11.
UK businesses are failing to realise basic security standards with 73 per cent lacking a formal BYOD policy, according to a new report.
The recent spate of comments posted to Facebook and Twitter that have been in contempt of court has prompted the government to issue a legal warning to users.