A slew of Toshiba enterprise hard drives have won the support of Supermicro Computer for use in its server and data centre offerings.
The computer giant pledges to make its Precision, Latitude and OptiPlex PCs the most secure with new additions to the Dell Data Protection platform.
The latest Deloitte study shows that the UK is openly embracing mobile technology, for activities including online shopping and making contactless payments.
Sources at Samsung have suggested the company is ditching its ailing desktop PC business, but the company has labelled the reports as "groundless."
The new security option helps separate personal and work data and apps, and marks BlackBerry's first expansion beyond its own proprietary devices.
Advocate general has issued legal advice stating that the Data Protection Directive doesn't require the removal of information created by others and processed through a search engine.
Panda Security has released a new version of the Panda Cloud Systems Management solution, which allows remote access to and monitoring of all types of IT devices in an organisation.
Sony has started showcasing its 4K video technology in a new advertising campaign for the Wimbledon Championships that features British tennis star Anne Keothavong.
More bad news for the PC market emerges in the latest Gartner report, but the overall device market continues to grow steadily.
EE is offering 4G speeds up to 80Mb, access to network APIs, and startup support to London's technology hub, as well as putting London ahead of New York in terms of data speeds.
The Chinese mobile giant is set to take on Apple and Samsung, with plans to be in the top three contenders by the end of 2015.
The mobile operator secures German cable giant for a little more than its preliminary offer, expanding its mobile and fixed-line customer base.
The software giant recently canned plans to launch a major new e-commerce venture that would have taken on Amazon and eBay.
Information Commissioner's Office says the search giant's actions do not warrant a hefty fine, but it ordered the company to delete the collected data.
Future of Cloud Computing Survey shows continuing boom in cloud adoption, easing security fears, and future success of hybrid models.
Home Office wants consumers and small businesses to educate themselves about the growing threat of cyber-criminals in the modern digital world.
A new real-time co-authoring feature promises to enhance team productivity across Word, Excel, Powerpoint and other Microsoft web apps.
Tokyo District Court sides with Apple over cosmetic feature, but damages have yet to be awarded. Samsung may appeal the ruling.
The popular VoIP and instant messaging service, now owned by Microsoft, is under fire as the Prism surveillance scandal continues.
The iPhone creator makes its closing argument, denying collusion and citing lack of evidence, but US Department of Justice case appears strong.
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg is found guilty of hacking IT firm Logica and Nordea bank and making illegal bank transfers worth thousands.
The latest version of the DBA software offers tons of new features, along with access to the revamped Toad World community.
Government data will now be published openly by default, while G8 members recognise the benefits of open data on governance and innovation.
The software giant has challenged hackers to break down the defences of Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11 with a series of high-paying bug bounty programmes.
The French data protection authority gives Google a three month deadline to address privacy violations or it will face fines.