The next instalment of the web browser, set to be released in September, will reduce malware by sending download data to Google's Safe Browser software for analysis.
The latest wearable innovation comes from India, and involves smart footwear that can help you navigate around town via haptic feedback.
Apple has vociferously denied writing a surveillance backdoor into its iOS operating, used on iPhones and iPads, after hacker Jonathan Zdziarski exposed multiple weaknesses earlier this week.
A new piece of research has found that big data is putting a big strain on IT teams in the UK and across Europe.
We've been leaving fingerprints all over the new Lumia 930, the first smartphone born since Microsoft bought Nokia. So should you buy it?
Tronsmart might not be a name you’ve heard of, but the company produces a streaming media stick which is half the price of Google’s Chromecast.
The new Galaxy Tab S is a storming offering from Samsung, with a superb screen and many other boons. But is it better than the iPad Air?
Dell's Latitude E5540 offers a good specification for the money, but this laptop is let down in a couple of key areas.
The expanding Internet of Things (IoT) will see billions of devices transmitting and exchanging business data to aid the operations of organisations, and the cloud is set to play a key role in this.
Christian Nagele, founder and CEO of CentraStage, talks us through why endpoint monitoring and management is critical to the modern IT service desk.
If you access a lot of email or shared files on your phone, WinZip can be a vital companion as it helps you get at files which have been compressed.
Apple is inviting regular Mac owners to join the beta testing programme for its next version of OS X and this guide gives details on how to install the first version from tomorrow.
An Apple patent for a smartwatch was revealed today, with the device apparently to be called the iTime. The patent largely refers to a smart wristband which can be attached...
Can't see the Commonwealth Games in high enough definition on your current TV? Maybe you should consider this deal from Tesco.
If you'd rather not be weighed down by a backpack of books this summer holiday, this daily deal could be for you. With Kindle integrated Wi-Fi you can even download books on the go.
Mobile's the future, but sometimes requirements dictate a good old fashioned printout, and this deal from PC World might even get you printing for fun.
Do you take BYOD to the realms of obscenity? Well, you can charge your iPad, iPhone, Android phablet and other gadgets with this handy multi-port charger - for a delightful price.
Hitachi is selling the "Hitachi 40in Full HD Freeview HD LED TV with Smart Apps" (they really need to come up with pithier names) for an ultra low £242.99.
Apple was just granted a patent for an ‘electronic wristband’ called the iTime, but it probably doesn't mean all that much.
When I worked in management services in the gas industry 25 years ago, IT was seen as monolithic, unresponsive, inflexible, data centre-based and accessed almost exclusively in line of business mode.
Edward Snowden is absolutely justified in his disgust at Cameron’s “emergency” surveillance legislation
With its surveillance bill being pushed through with no debate, Snowden is likening the British government to the NSA.
Whether cost is or is not an issue for consumers, it does reflect their buying choices in purchasing a free ad-supported or a paid app.
As usual, much of the technology world is driving itself mad with anticipation, and for good reason too. After all, we are expecting a mouth-watering line-up of new products and announcements.