Cyber-thieves used USB drives to infect cash machines with malware and steal from them earlier this year, researchers have revealed.
LG has unveiled its latest portable printer for tablets and smartphones, 4mm thinner and with better battery life than its predecessor.
The US National Security Agency has been secretly planting back doors in electronics as part of its covert Tailored Access Operations unit, according to reports from German magazine Der Spiegel.
Security software provider RSA has denied claims that it entered into a "secret contract" with the US National Security Agency.
A recent application to the US Patent and Trademark Office has revealed Apple’s plans to introduce new interactive features to its maps app.
The number of takedown requests Google receives from governments to remove political content from its services has jumped this year, according to the company’s annual transparency report.
Spain’s privacy watchdog has fined Google 900,000€ (£750,000) for breaking data protection laws in the country by not being clear to users about how their data is used.
One in four cloud providers will either be acquired or be forced out of business in the next two years, according to research firm Gartner.
Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is to sell $2.3 billion (£1.4 billion) of his own shares in the company in order to cover tax costs.
Almost two thirds of companies cite security concerns as the main reason preventing them from moving their organisations to the cloud, according to a recent survey.
A new app for Google’s smartglasses that allows users to catalogue recognisable objects like faces, computer screens and licence plates is to be released later this month without Google’s approval.
A federal judge has said investors could pursue a lawsuit accusing Facebook, its founder Mark Zuckerberg, and several banks of misleading them prior to the social media company’s IPO.
Augmented reality startup Meta has announced that the latest version of its smartglasses will be available to consumers for the first time next year.
Developers submitting new apps and updates to the App Store will be required to optimise them for iOS 7 from 1 February, Apple has announced.
Fujitsu has announced its Celsius H730 laptop - the first ever mobile device to use a palm vein authentication sensor - will be coming to Europe before Christmas.
A new feature has been introduced to Google Glass that allows users to take photos using the wearable tech simply by winking.
The UK government has selected cloud advisory and technology service Cloud Sherpas for its G-Cloud IV initiative.
Bitcoin has plummeted to less than half of its record high valuation, just a few days after Cameron Winklevoss claimed the virtual currency could expect to be worth over $40,000 (£25,000).
Blaise Agüera y Arcas, a distinguished engineer, software developer and one of the chief developers of Microsoft’s Bing Maps, has left the company after seven years to join its rival Google.
The world’s most searched for term on Google in 2013 was Nelson Mandela, topping a list made up of entries that have experienced the largest increase in traffic compared to last year.
Apple has announced its Best of 2013 iTunes list, awarding language learning app Duolingo and Disney’s Disney Animated this year’s top honours.
A US district court has ruled that the NSA’s mass collection of telephone data “almost certainly” violates the fourth amendment.
Virtual reality gaming company Oculus VR has moved one step closer to bringing its critically acclaimed Rift headset to the consumer market, announcing £46 million in funding.
Draft proposals from an NSA review panel reportedly call for significant limitations to the way the agency collects and holds information, according to people close to the matter.
The personal details of 1,598 illegal immigrants were accidentally published on the Home Office website and left there for nearly a fortnight, a new report has revealed.