Today's Tech: The great cyber bank robbery, The Pirate Bay moves once again, and Spotify goes mobile
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including piracy and bank robbery, as The Pirate Bay's domain gets seized, 4 hackers abscond with £1m stolen from banks, and Spotify expands its mobile presence.
Patent violation claims by Samsung Electronics against Apple have been unexpectedly dismissed from a South Korean court.
Is Nokia really going to attack the lower end of the phone market with an Android device next year, as the rumour mill insists?
Qualcomm will take a wait-and-see approach before turning to Intel's expanding foundry operation to manufacture its chips, Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said on Wednesday.
Spotify is expanding its mobile presence with free access to its music catalogue on smartphones and tablets. Now, mobile users can discover new music, save, shuffle, and share like on a desktop.
HP today expanded its wide-ranging cloud portfolio with HP CloudSystem, and a raft of new services aimed at offering enterprises "greater agility, simplified management and improved security.
At HP's Discover conference in Barcelona, ITProPortal spoke to David Chalmers, vice president and chief technoogist of the HP Enterprise Group, about big data and networking technologies.
Dell is jumping on the Chromebook bandwagon and will release its own version of Google's Internet-based laptop. The 11.6-inch Dell Chromebook 11 will land next month.
Switching email clients is always a chore, but Microsoft is encouraging Gmail users to swap to its new Outlook.com webmail by providing functionality that allows easy transfer of contacts and details.
Today's Tech: Microsoft's Start button on the Threshold, Nokia's cooler Google Glass alternative and a curvier Apple iPhone
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including this summer's cyber-attack on EU foreign ministries by a Chinese hacking collective.
The PS4 is set to outsell the Xbox One, as Microsoft seems to have got one key aspect of its launch strategy horribly wrong – namely, availability.