The showdown of 2014. Samsung, the company that coined the term "iPhone killer," go head-to-head with its market-share rival Apple, in the specs comparison between the Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 6!
The day has finally arrived! Full spec details of Apple's iPhone 6 have been released, and now we can at long-last see how the iPhone 6 measures up to
Join us on ITProPortal's Tech Talk and have your say about the new iPhone 6 from Apple. Is it hot or not? Top or a flop? Join us now and let us know your thoughts!
The day has finally arrived! Full spec details of Apple's iPhone 6 have been released, and now we can at long-last see how the iPhone 6 measures up to Sony's flagship Xperia Z3
Microsoft-owned Nokia has just released the latest in its Lumia range of smartphones, the Lumia 830, promising "the world's first budget flagship". ITProPortal got hands-on to find out if it's true.
Sony's Xperia Z3 makes no secret of its intention to be an iPhone 6 killer. Released the same week as Apple's upcoming flagship, this is a sleek, beautiful and fully-waterproof high-end smartphone.
Sony is gearing up to release the successor to its extremely successful Xperia Z2 smartphone, which brought full waterproofing to the high end market. What does Sony have in store for us this time?
As one of the biggest trade shows of the calendar, IFA packs a lot into a tight schedule. This guide is here to help you navigate the hectic schedule of the IFA week.
Google has big plans for both YouTube and Google Play Music, according to leaks that splashed all over the Internet today, along with screenshots of the proposed service.
Robot experts have worked for years to create this mesmerising feat of robotics: a swarm of tiny robots capable of working together to form complex patterns with no centrally guided intelligence.
The UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) spy agency has been scanning entire countries for server weaknesses that allow it to exploit vulnerable ports.
On this week's Tech News Weekly Podcast from ITProPortal, crowd funding is reviving an abandoned space probe, and why the Internet of things might be the most over-hyped technology ever.
Microsoft developers have “passionately debated” the idea of changing the name of their much-maligned web browser, Internet Explorer (IE), according to one of its designers.
We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including an Android bug that lets attackers seize control of your camera, and IP theft by malware going through the roof.
Recently declassified documents show that the NSA’s system of almost limitless collection of data through the PRISM and Boundless Informant programmes was highly criticised.
Worldwide theft of intellectual property is more rife now than ever before, according to new research, with malware the most common cause.
According to a recent court hearing, accused Pedro Bravo asked Siri "I need to hide my roommate" on the day that Christian Aguilar went missing.
Ebay users in the UK today are unable to use the website, according to Downdetector.co.uk. Today's site downtime marks the tenth time that the website has been unavailable to users this year.
An antique NASA probe has been brought back to life by a crowdsourced programme of space enthusiasts, and has made a successful flyby of the moon.
Wikipedia has seen a huge spike in donations in the week following its decision to accept Bitcoins as donations. The free encyclopaedia began taking donations in the new cryptocurrency.
Weather-obsessed Britons are downloading the BBC's weather application in stunning numbers, according to the BBC, with another 19,000 weather-obsessed Brits adding the app to their phones each day.
A man has been arrested in China for “spreading panic” on mobile messaging app WeChat, according to state media. The arrest came just hours after new rules on instant messaging tools.