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.
Lots of us say we’d like to learn a foreign language one day, and keep putting that day off. Why wait? Start now with Busuu.
ITProPortal are going to hit Berlin hard for IFA 2013, so in preparation, we've put together a rundown of what we're hoping to see at the influential conference.
We look at the relationship between Apple’s finely-tuned PR machine and the media in the light of a fascinating new article about Cupertino’s marketing strategy.
Microsoft desperately needs to gain some smartphone credibility, and we discuss whether a rumoured acquisition or partnership with Cyanogen could provide this.
Google X is now building a delivery drone system – and we say enough is enough! What is this fascination with airborne delivery all about?
Microsoft is looking to turn things around with the next version of Windows, following Windows 8’s lacklustre reception. Here’s everything you need to know about Threshold.
The invites are out, and so the march of the lemmings towards 9 September begins. Apple would be wise not to disappoint at its big launch event, and should name its next handset the iPhone Air.
Changing consumption habits are forcing businesses to rethink how IT should support business transformation
In today's society our needs are being fulfilled by services, rather than one-off purchases. Gradually, we are all becoming a part of what we call the "subscription economy".