If you thought using the human body as a power source was something confined to movies, one Israeli artist will prove you wrong with a project that definitely crosses the line from cool to creepy.
Researchers from security firm Trustwave have flagged up an instance of malware being sent by spammers taking advantage of the recent Ebola epidemic and West Africa.
The BBC has announced a new Doctor Who game for CBBC audiences voiced by Peter Capaldi - and it's designed to teach kids the basics of coding. Oh, and it's free!
On this week's Tech News Weekly Podcast from ITProPortal, we talk about how Samsung can let you download a film in under 3 seconds, and why one exec is deeply pessimistic about Apple Pay.
Since the devastating breach that hit Adobe last year, they've been overhauling their whole system. Here's how they went about it, and how you can do the same with your business.
As former cyber-security coordinator for the Obama administration, adviser to two presidents and consultant with Microsoft and the air force, Howard Schmidt is uniquely placed in cyber security.
Stephen Somogyi of Google Safe Browsing gave an amazing keynote speech about how Google goes about protecting its billions of users around the world.
Troels Oerting of the Danish police gave a fascinating opening keynote defending the right of the police to use surveillance over the Internet. It certainly ruffled some feathers in Brussels.
Nortbert Pohlman gave a fascinating opening keynote at ISSE 2014 on the importance of replaceability in IT security, and how Europe is uniquely placed to play a leading role in world cyber security.
Google employee Christopher Schmidt got more than he bargained for when he unwittingly flew his quadcopter drone into the territory of a juvenile red-tailed hawk last week.
On this weeks Tech News Weekly Podcast from ITProPortal.com we are live from IP Expo 2014, held at EXcel in London.
Billionaire and all-round engineering genius Elon Musk has unveiled a new iteration of the successful Tesla electric vehicle: the Model D. Watch the unveil right here.
We round up the three biggest threats you need to know about this week, including the OS X worm causing havoc with Mac users, and Yahoo claiming their latest breach was nothing to do with Shellshock.
If you don't like schmaltzy, gushing videos, turn away now. But smooshy cheesiness aside, Nokia's latest publicity stunt is actually pretty cool.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee has slammed Internet companies who propose so-called "Internet slow lanes" in order to extract more money from their customers. He made the remarks at IP EXPO Europe in London.
Once considered an alternative telephony solution, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is now a mainstream technology used by an increasing number of businesses due to its superior features.
A huge, sprawling high-tech organisation paralysed by bureaucracy, finally defeated by what are basically a bunch of teenagers using agile practices. Sound familiar to anyone?
The BlackBerry passport is the Canadian company's comeback phone, and it's pulling out all the stops to gain your attention. For starters, it's now hip to be square.
A new paradigm shift is expected to take place in the world of high-rise construction. A new generation of engineers and architects are using wood to construct our tallest and most modern buildings.
Hackers have made off with data belonging to 76 million households and 7 million small businesses in one of the biggest cyber attacks ever, as a JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) servers were compromised.
ZenMate hit the Internet earlier this year to high critical acclaim. An easy-to-use VPN service, the browser add-on allows users to change their location and encrypts all traffic.
In this podcast we welcome Dan Raywood, Editor of the IT Security Guru to talk with Paul Cooper and Wayne Scott about the latest Shellshock securty scare, dubbed "worse than Heartbleed."