Security firm AVG has developed a free update to its PrivacyFix app that is able to block wifi location tracking data.
The music streaming service is ready to launch a free ad-supported version of its service that will give users little control over the music being listened to.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been watching suspects undetected "for years" through custom-built malware designed to hack into webcams, a court has heard.
More than 450 startups applied to be a finalist in the competition that has seen the majority of finalists drawn from the UK, US and Germany as well as 13 other countries.
Messaging service Viber has officially launched its new calling feature that allows users to make international phonecalls four times cheaper than Skype.
The Toshiba Excite Pure may use some of yesterday's hardware, but it's keenly priced and fully featured, with great battery life.
This latest Transformer offering has a superb display and boasts excellent performance levels, but it's lacking compared to some rivals.
The Nokia 515 is well made and supports two SIMs, but while this handset might initially appeal, a deeper inspection reveals a number of flaws.
The Lumia 2520 is a great looking tablet with an impressive build quality, but it has flaws, and is held back by its Windows RT OS.
It’s almost Christmas – a time for visiting relatives who come with presents, and of course their smartphones, ready to overload your Wi-Fi network.
Eight tech giants are apparently making a stand against government surveillance, but is this merely a public relations manoeuvre?
From the street corner entrepreneur to the largest conglomerates, more and more firms are vying for recurring business from existing customers in a bid to access a more predictable revenue streams.
When the Xbox One was first unveiled, Microsoft stirred up a hornet’s nest – and it seems that Redmond’s reputation hasn’t yet recovered.
ITProPortal spoke to Tom Joyce, senior vice president of HP Converged Systems, about HP's advancements in converged systems and big data, and what that could mean for enterprise and small businesses.
Another day, another deal, but what's the pick of the litter for bargain buffs right now? ITProPortal's expert penny pinchers investigate.
Daily tech deals: Apple iPhone 4S & Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 price slashed plus HP Pavillion 15 Windows 8 laptop
Feeling a bit blue now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday have passed us by? Fear not - we're got plenty of cracking deals for you today, headlined by a super cheap 16GB Apple iPhone 4S.
PC World is selling the 16GB Nook HD eReader with Wi-Fi for £89.99, which represents a £40 reduction from its original price of £130.
For anyone sniffing out Black Friday purchases, Amazon has set up a new section serving lightning deals to bargain hunters on a first-come-first-served basis.
Amazon’s Paperwhite makes an ideal Xmas gift, and the recipient gets a huge range of free classic eBooks into the bargain.
Amazon doesn’t need to pay to advertise. Instead, it can pull publicity stunts like Prime Air, then sit back and watch the media fawn over them.
The Xbox One is better than the PS4 – that’s what we’re arguing here. Read on, and then join the debate in our comments section.
Michele Nemschoff of MapR Technologies talks us through everything big data and how to pick out the perfect Hadoop platform to make the most of your important information.
We sat down with Davy Nys, vice president for EMEA and APAC at business intelligence specialist Pentaho, to learn more about the company, its core products, and the future of big data.