So what’s the best software which has been released this year? We can tell you, along with highlighting the best that the Internet offers, too.
Microsoft today launched a preview of its not-quite-ready-for-primetime Bing Maps app for Windows 8.1, which features high-quality birds-eye images of more than 70 cities around the world.
Finding the answer to any question you might have is often as simple as searching the Internet. But what if the answer you're looking for is hidden deep inside an app? Google has the solution.
The former president of the Dutch Central Bank, Nout Wellink, has said that bitcoin hype is worse than the so-called “tulip mania” of the 17th century. "At least then you got a tulip,” he said.
ARM has recently unveiled the findings of a new comprehensive report by the Economist Intelligence Unit entitled "The Internet of Things Business Index: A quiet revolution gathers pace."
Researchers have delved into the source code of Google’s latest KitKat operating system and found a list of words Google deems inappropriate enough to block. The results are bizarre, to say the least.
The recent spate of comments posted to Facebook and Twitter that have been in contempt of court has prompted the government to issue a legal warning to users.
German scientists have designed a form of malware that uses high-frequency sound to transmit data between infected computers with no Internet connection. Is this evidence that badBIOS exists?
Researchers have honed in on a Linux worm capable of infecting connected home devices, including routers, set-top boxes and security cameras. Did the Internet of things just get dangerous?
If given the choice, we wouldn't wait an extra second for anything. This is especially true online, says Jeff Kim of CDNetworks. We abandon any site instantly if we feel it's taking too long to load.
Prime minister David Cameron has signed up to the Chinese microblogging website Sina Weibo whilst on a trade visit to the country.