At least one major Windows 8.1 tablet manufacturer will release a tablet based on Intel’s “Bay Trail” chip, which will mean that it can cater to the additional memory needs in the business sector.
The latest data from the IDC reveals that Android and iOS still account for the vast majority of global smartphone shipments, but demand for Windows Phone devices is surging.
Samsung have launched a contest seeking to find the brightest sparks in film, photography, music and food. Successful applicants will be mentored by one of four famous professionals on a TV project.
According to Bloomberg, senior Microsoft executive Satya Nadella, who runs the Redmond-based company's enterprise and cloud division, is the man who will take up the mantle as the next CEO.
Microsoft’s search engine brand has launched its rewards scheme on iOS and Android that lets customers earn points by performing more searches.
The device has apparently borrowed the same back volume button that appeared for the first time on the LG G2 with further specification details still nowhere to be seen.
More than 6,000 learning and development professionals will descend on London's Kensington Olympia Centre today to visit the annual Learning Technologies Conference and Exhibition.
Ericsson and Samsung have just signed a cross-licensing deal, covering patents relating to GSM, UMTS and LTE standards for networks and handsets.
Amar Singh, Chairman of ISACA London’s Security Advisory Group and CISO at News International SC, tells us how organisations should deal with the changing security landscape.
With representatives from IBM and local councils, topics up for debate include the role of technology and data in a smart city vision, and aligning formal city institutions with local innovation.
We sat down with Davy Nys, vice president for EMEA and APAC at business intelligence specialist Pentaho, to learn more about the company, its core products, and the future of big data.
We saw this laptop back at IFA in Germany last month. Today we are taking it for a short ride at ITProPortal HQ.
ITProPortal speaks to Keao Caindec, CMO, cloud business unit at Dimension Data, in this second of two Q&As about opportunities in the cloud.
Arduino is not a name that will resonate with a lot of people but yet, this piece of hardware is making a lot of ripples.
Could Switzerland hold the key to help companies build and expand their business in Europe in the post-prism PRISM era?
Google chose to exit the online health market a while back but it seems that the sector is more alive and kicking than it ever was before.
Apache’s Hadoop is possibly one of the most exciting developments that has happened in the computing in the past decade.
We sat down with the President and COO of Beats Electronics, to discuss about the company's philosophy and future plans.