Sources in the know reckon that Microsoft has pencilled in the last day of September as the date for the revelation of the next version of its desktop OS.
City of London businesses losing £40m per year due to awful Internet connectivity: Listen up, Boris Johnson
After conducting a survey involving over 400,000 SMEs in the area, the Centre for Economics and Business Research found that SMEs are losing 54,000 working days per year because of dodgy broadband.
BAE Systems is developing a human-like skin which utilises thousands of micro-sensors to spot any problems with an airplane immediately as they begin to occur.
It’s not exactly clear who is driving this boat but Samsung and Barnes & Noble have teamed up on a new Nook reading device that’s more like a tablet.
Official Windows Phone apps are steadily growing in numbers and quality, as more and more developers support the platform and improve their existing offerings. Paypal is the latest to update.
Chromebooks are amazing computers. Part of the genius of Google's Chrome OS is its lack of freedom; a seemingly crazy statement, I know. You see, users cannot install software locally...
It’s a given that internet companies gather titbits of our private lives in exchange for free services, but how much do we really know about what happens to our personal data?
The new larger-sized memory would be double what is currently offered as an option on iPhones and might only come as an option on the 5.5in screen iPhone 6.
UK customers can buy the new cover from 28 August and Microsoft has a special treat in the shape of a new Type Cover colour way that can only be bought from the Microsoft Store.
After Twitter suspended various accounts, Islamic State supporters and fighters have turned to the decentralised social network to get their message out there.
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