As Good Friday comes, and Christians remember the most famous crucifixion, we look back at the most painful crucifixions in the world of tech: embarrassing firings and verbal smack-downs galore!
Unfortunately in tech, decent morals are sometimes replaced with questionable - but certainly effective - tactics, in order to gain an advantage over rivals. However, it does make terrific reading.
French storage company LaCie, which counts security encryption products among its portfolio, has warned customers that it may have been breached by hackers for an entire year.
Google is running a “protection racket” designed to build its own digital “superstate”, according to Mathias Döpfner, the man behind some of Europe’s best-selling newspapers.
Google Play is the king of app stores, nabbing the most downloads during the first quarter of the year, but Apple's iOS App Store still makes more money, according to a new report from analytics firm.
A survey of businesses carried out by Intrinsic found that mobility is now considered the “fourth utility” among businesses but 28 per cent still lack a strategy.
IBM is looking to assure users of SoftLayer that their data will be safe in Big Blue's hands with new security and recovery services, announcing more protection options for 2014.
Two giant startups carry on the Kraft legacy as they rapidly launch themselves — and new, tasty product offerings.
Catriona Oldershaw, Managing Director UK of Synthesio, outlines ways in which companies and brands can ensure their product launches generate positive buzz
Office 365 Personal lets you run Microsoft's cloud-based document creation and editing suite on one PC or Mac.
Mark Karpeles won’t be flying to the US to talk to a court hearing until he has spoken to a lawyer to “get up to speed” on what will be required of him during the hearing.