Unprecedented numbers of Muslims around the world have been celebrating Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr in 140 characters, according to Twitter’s press office.
Two-thirds of phone owners in the UK don’t bother with even basic security measures like a PIN to unlock their device.
The kit, which includes an orb that monitors the bedroom, a clip that attaches to the pillow and a smartphone app, has smashed its original target of $100,000 in 30 days.
A new report has shown major increases in the number and total value of large outsourcing contracts across EMEA, with IT fuelling this growth.
Mr Mosley, 74, wants Google to block images first published in the dissolved British tabloid News of the World, which he successfully sued for £60,000 in 2008.
The new app, which allows users to send pictures and videos before they are automatically deleted, has come under-fire from a smaller tech startup that already uses the Bolt name.
Windows Phone 8.1 Update is coming to developers very shortly, featuring a number of interface tweaks and Cortana with a British accent.
Hang your heads in shame: 70% of us spend more time playing with gadgets than chatting with family and friends
Juniper Networks has also discovered that 40 per cent of UK consumers believe that laptops are still the most useful electronic devices in existence, despite stories claiming the opposite is true.
A supplier on the G-Cloud procurement framework has claimed that constant changes to the network are behind local government’s lack of interest in using the procurement process.
ITProPortal will soon be publishing a series that will set about translating cloud jargon into something we all can understand. Tune in over the next couple of weeks for more.