Technology is increasingly influencing the decision on whether or not to buy a home with almost half concerned about having a good mobile phone signal over anything else.
Gary McKinnon, a hacker that sparked a 10-year extradition battle between the US and UK, has started a company that offers firms advice on how to improve search engine rankings.
A list of various rules has been provided that cover how big data is handled in relation to the Data Protection Act including guidelines on the anonymisation of data.
The South Korean firm has announced that the first smartphone to use its own Tizen OS, due to be released this quarter, has been delayed as the firm looks to enhance the Tizen "ecosystem."
Supply chain sources in the Far East point to an October release date for the new slate after the 10.6in device enters volume production in September.
The City of London has claimed that BT's lack of high-speed broadband in the square mile is blocking the capital city's growth - an accusation that will be sure to raise hackles.
Alongside its rumoured 4K monitors or iMacs will be a powerful range of MacBook Pros that have a significant uplift in the RAM and processor department.
Former military personnel using the USAA website can now benefit from revolutionary big data technology to point them in the direction of the right services.
The Massachusetts-based firm has filed a lawsuit against Beats Electronics claiming that it has infringed five of its patents relating to active noise reduction, resulting in a loss of profits.
This autumn could see a turbocharged version of the G3 landing in the UK with an improved processor and more RAM.
Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab discovered that the malware is a lot harder to detect that its predecessor, Cryptolocker, as it uses Tor to remain anonymous.