The attack used thousands of WordPress sites that had pingbacks or trackbacks enabled to carry out the attack that took down an unspecified number of websites.
The Horizon DaaS runs through the firm’s vCloud Hybrid Service IaaS and means that companies are able to roll out enterprise-level virtual desktops across various devices.
A Staffordshire hospital is to introduce Skype patient consultations. If cleared, the move is expected to significantly reduce patient wait times and alleviate an already overstretched workforce.
IBM’s Big Data & Analytics will be used to detect and fix vulnerabilities long before models roll off the production using IBM’s Watson-as-a-service platform.
ZTE’s new Clues Analysis System aims to make wading through tons of surveillance video footage a much easier pill to swallow.
Kaspersky’s top-of-the-range Internet Security suite is ultra-strong on AV, but does it have all the components of a high-end protection suite?
HP’s latest 10in Android tablet goes all-out for value, with the option of dirt-cheap 3G to sweeten the deal, too.
The Prestigio MultiPhone 7600 Duo is a dual-SIM 6in phone with some impressive – and some less impressive – surprises on offer.
The Aorus X7 packs a huge amount of graphics power into an incredibly thin and light 17in chassis, with plenty of storage space on board, too.
Want to get started promoting your business via email? We’ve got some tips which will help to point you in the right direction.
As increasing numbers of organisations start switching to Windows 7, it is worth looking back at the NT-to-XP migration and asking what we have learnt from this change.
If you updated your iPhone 4 to iOS 7 and dumped it after being frustrated with the experience, it’s time to think again with Apple’s latest update.
We conducted a long and highly interesting interview with Raj Talluri, Qualcomm’s senior VP of product management, at MWC recently.
ITProPortal examines the evidence that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could be down to a frightening new turn in the development of cyber weapons.
Digitech Communications claims its bibitel patented sim skin can save customers up to a 99 per cent average saving on premium rate calls in the UK.
eBay is selling the 16GB Apple iPad Mini with Wi-Fi for the rather precise pricer of £202.99 with free delivery thrown in on top.
If the time has come to replace your clunky old laptop, but you don’t want to flog a kidney to run your pinky across an Apple MacBook Pro, Argos is selling the HP Pavilion for £349.99.
The Sony Xperia Z1, the famous waterproof handset packing an impressive camera, is on sale at Amazon with £209.99 knocked off its RRP, working out as a 35 per cent saving.
There are those who believe you should save some money and build your own PC, but equally, there are also many benefits from purchasing a pre-built system.
Taking place 10-14 March, CeBIT 2014 looks likely to be the best iteration of the event to date, featuring a heavy-hitting keynote lineup and the exciting CODE_n startup competition.
We've come to expect Apple to think differently when it breaks into a new product category, but CarPlay hasn’t met our expectations on that score.
Given all the vulnerabilities in networking equipment we’ve been hearing about lately, will a world where everything is connected be a security nightmare?
This year's CeBIT is shaping up as the best ever, with keynotes from the likes of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak standing alongside awesome events like the CODE_n startup competition. Dive in to win!