We've been busy this week at Connected Business Expo 2014, an event that brings together the brightest sparks in the unified communications sector. So what did we learn?
We look at why thieves find Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies such juicy targets, and what you can do to protect your virtual hoard.
A number of qualifying requirements have been set out by the financials marketplace specialist in order to try and drive investment that isn’t from venture capitalists.
The music streaming service is working with Goldman Sachs to try and open up a credit facility that would allow it launch an IPO in the near future.
We’ve got some advice on getting those online takings up, by honing product descriptions and photos, and better dealing with customers among other tips.
An FCC filing revealed the new device that will use Bluetooth Low Energy as its power source, doesn’t have a screen and will be able to be paired with Samsung smartphones and tablets.
A California judge threw out Apple’s request for a sales ban linked to patent infringement as a survey had inflated the importance of various patents in the eyes of customers.
ITProPortal spoke with Matt Asay of MongoDB about how the 30-year reign of the relational database is over, and giants like Oracle suddenly risk being left behind.
In order to keep up with demand and mitigate the risk of an obsolete product offering, businesses must rethink their priorities. Lisa Harrington of the Supply Chain Management Center tells us how.
64-year-old Satoshi Nakamoto from LA isn’t actually the power behind the Bitcoin throne, he has said in a new interview, pouring cold water on Newsweek’s big revelation.
CeBIT 2014 preview: David Cameron, Steve 'Woz' Wozniak & CODE_N startup competition take centre stage
Taking place 10-14 March In Hannover, CeBIT 2014 is one of the most important events on the IT business calendar. We'll duly be grabbing our passports - here's what we're most looking forward to.