The BBC is looking to create a new generation of code monkeys with a programming push in schools throughout England. The push includes plans for several programming-themed TV shows.
Cloud storage continues to increase in popularity, and as more and more demands are made of the various services that are available, users have criticised OneDrive for its 2GB sync limit.
It has revealed a range of sensors, an LED light bulb and a power solution that are all able to be controlled by a dedicated iPhone or iPad app.
A video taken by a drone shows the construction site in all its vastness and it is already beginning to resemble the widely distributed artist impressions of the location.
A video has been released ahead of the Unpacked event that takes place later this week and it includes various buzz words but very little information on the device itself.
Is the dock for Microsoft’s new hybrid machine any good? The short answer to that is yes – in fact, there’s loads to like about this peripheral.
Lenovo's Yoga 2 combines Ultrabook with tablet functionality in one keenly priced package, although performance levels are modest.
Dell's Latitude 3340 combines rugged design and an incredible battery life in a solid notebook for the education market.
While we wait to get our hands on the new Sony Xperia Z3, the mid-range, thin, large-screened Xperia T3 has landed for review. So is it any good?
Why should we celebrate 15 years of Windows Installer? We explore how the innovations Windows Installer introduced remain with us today, and will remain with us into the future.
Cupertino is surely busy with the iPhone, but it needs to step in and explain what is going on with the alleged hack of iCloud and spillage of nude celebrity pics, if only to deny involvement.
Getting the funds to set up and grow your start-up can be a real hurdle. In this article we share three tips for winning over investors and making them want to fund your business.
Shhh. You hear that? That’s the future, barrelling towards you like a faithful Labrador, and it’s bringing a whole goodie bag of IFA 2014 gadgets between its jaws courtesy of Samsung, LG and Sony.
We discuss Microsoft’s move last week, when the firm stripped 1,500 junk apps from the Windows store because they were misleading, fraudulent or simple knock-offs.
Today's daily deal is the slim and stylish 15.6'' EasyNote TE69BM laptop from Packard Bell. Ebay is currently offering the device for a knockdown price.
The LG G3 has a 5.5in 1440 x 2560 pixel LCD screen boasting 500 pixels per inch (PPI), the first brand Smartphone to do so - and ITProPortal is bringing it to you at the low, low price of £384.99.
Dropbox is offering a free two week trial of Unlimited Cloud Storage with Dropbox Business, valid for both new and existing users of the service.
Amazon has knocked 61 per cent off the HGST Touro desk pro 4TB external hard drive. Normally retailing for £301.87, you can now order one for £116.98.
Tesco has the popular Kindle Paperwhite 4GB 6in WiFi eReader Tablet for a low £99.00, a whole £10 less than its normal retail price of £109.99.
The big day is fast rolling in, and we’ve got hold of some exclusive info regarding the launch – some specs you most definitely won’t have read about anywhere else (ahem).
Let’s face it – there is simply no reason for anyone to care about the iPhone 6. We discuss why Android is where it’s at these days.
Yesterday, Apple sent out press invites to the firm’s upcoming 9 September event, invoking a media storm with one simple sentence.
Is Apple CEO Tim Cook right or wrong to dismiss the worrying iPad sales slump as "a speed bump"? Have your say
2014 has not been kind to the iPad. Sales have slowed considerably and have reportedly prompted Apple to rethink its strategy. This morning it was revealed that Apple is set to supersize the product.
We look at the bleak reality of being permanently connected, and why everyone needs to set boundaries when it comes to mobile device usage.