Despite Google’s decision to discontinue support for its CalDAV calendar syncing protocol, Microsoft and a few other developers may be allowed to continue using it.
BT has inked a new deal with the Lincolnshire County Council under which it will roll out superfast broadband to at least 88 per cent of businesses and households in the region.
Social networking platform Twitter has launched a native app for the Windows 8 platform, bringing both standard and Windows 8-optimised features.
Multiven, a cloud-based provider of network management and maintenance services, has accused Cisco of having perpetrated a series of cyber attacks on its servers.
FinSpy, a software designed for surveilling criminals may have been used by several world governments to spy on activists and dissidents, claims a new report.
Samsung Electronics is pouring more money into advertising its mobile phones to beat out Apple, according to a new study by an ad research and consulting firm.
Oracle has announced that it is acquiring Nimbula, a cloud infrastructure management software provider founded by Amazon Web Services veterans Willem van Biljon and Chris Pinkham.
The Serious Fraud Office has warned that its use of Autonomy software may have compromised its probe into alleged financial improprieties.
Western Digital has announced that it is investing $51 million (over £34 million) in Skyera, an emerging enterprise solid-state storage system provider.
The website of US-based multinational banking corporation JPMorgran Chase went offline on Tuesday evening following a denial of service (DoS) attack.
Microsoft has announced that it is making Flash compatibility a default feature in Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 and Windows RT.
Email scams containing fake information about Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s death have been doing rounds after his death earlier this month.
Rally Software, a provider of Agile project management applications, has filed for an initial public offering that claims it will raise as much as $70 million (£47 million).
Shares of BlackBerry jumped nearly 14 per cent earlier this week after news broke suggesting that Lenovo plans to purchase the troubled smartphone manufacturer.
Domo, a business intelligence SaaS startup created by the co-founder of Omniture, has nabbed $60 million (£40 million) in a round of Series B funding led by GGV Capital.
Following the US Justice Department's lead, the UK Serious Fraud Office has started its own investigation into the allegedly fraudulent bookkeeping done by Autonomy before its acquisition by HP.
Residents and visitors at the celebrated White Cliffs of Dover have recently discovered being charged up to four times their normal rates after mistakenly picking up signals from French telcos.
Kingston has launched a new service called KingstonConsult for enterprises that will help companies during their server configuration decision-making processes.
Google's troubles in Germany are yet to be over as its popular mapping application Google Maps faces a ban in the country over a patent dispute with rival Microsoft.
Online retail giant Amazon’s latest plans to take over new domains including “.book” and “.author” have drawn a lot of flak from publishing industry groups and competitor Barnes & Noble.
Mozilla has confirmed that it is not working on an iOS version of its popular Firefox web browser, in a speech given by a company exec at South By Southwest.
Cloud-based business solutions provider Veeva Systems is planning a $2 billion initial public offering later this year, suggests a new report.
Three in four businesses worldwide are interested in adopting the cloud and BYOD to shift to next-generation workspace structure within the next three years, according to a new Cisco report.
Enterprise software firm Oracle has combined its acquisitions to launch a new cloud-based enterprise social management suite called Oracle Social Relationship Management (SRM).