A new piece of banking malware called “Operation Emmental” is targeting banks around the world, particularly in countries like Switzerland and Austria.
Russia’s government has issued a 4 million rubles (about £60,000) bounty to anyone who cracks the Tor anonymity network’s encryption protocols. Think you've got what it takes?
We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including the new banking malware you need to be worried about, and how to find out if your passwords have been leaked online.
Apple has vociferously denied writing a surveillance backdoor into its iOS operating, used on iPhones and iPads, after hacker Jonathan Zdziarski exposed multiple weaknesses earlier this week.
An Apple patent for a smartwatch was revealed today, with the device apparently to be called the iTime.
As the US responds to the MH-17 crisis with a fresh round of economic sanctions targeting Russian banks and energy companies, Russia has responded with sanctions of its own against US tech companies.
Business software provider Sage held an exclusive event in London for entrepreneurs, startups and small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Here are the best bits.
A new variant of banking malware has begun to be advertised on online hacker forums, billing itself as the new hottest thing in the cybercriminal underground market.
A new test has cast doubt on the new iPhone 6's screen, which many thought would be made of pure sapphire. As it turns out, the screen isn't all that hard after all. Have your say here!
A study conducted by a research team from MIT has discovered a way to produce both water and electric charge from the moisture in the air around us.
After getting a Google Glass into the office, the ITProPortal team shares their thoughts on the technology, the execution, and whether smart eyewear has a future.
The LG G Watch is one of the first and most affordable in Google’s Android Wear line. Is this the smart watch we’ve been waiting for? We take the watch for a test drive to find out.
Combined with a very easy-to-use interface and very solid specs – particularly given the asking price of £149 – the Kindle Fire makes an ideal first tablet.
There are numerous times when you may wish to enlarge, expand or duplicate a static PC display onto another screen with the use of an HDMI cable. Thankfully, this can be done quickly and easily.
The hacking and spying techniques of the UK’s Government Communications headquarters (GCHQ) have been exposed in the latest leak by Edward Snowden.
It is no secret that a loss of data resulting from a hard drive crash can be frustrating and costly. For that reason, it is always wise to copy and store vital information whenever possible.
Google has just announced a partnership with Swiss drug company Novartis to develop and market a range of “smart contact lenses” designed to improve your vision and monitor your health.
If you want to get your hands on Project Ara, the exciting modular smartphone being developed by Google, the good news is that now you can! The bad news is that not just anyone is going to get one.
The 8-inch Lenovo Miix2 8 is a Windows tablet that combines an 8in HD wide-view display with powerful quad-core processing and an optional detachable case and stylus-pen.
The iPad Mini with retina display is one of the hottest tablets out there, and we're happy to bring it to you today for the low, low price of £261.
Amazon has sent an official request to the American Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to be allowed to test its new super-speed drone fleet in its own testing grounds.
We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including the growing prevalence of advanced persistent threats, and UK travellers targeted by particularly nasty malware.
Many have been put off by the undoubted security challenges and have decided to postpone the transition to IPv6. But with a little careful planning these challenges can be met head-on.
The compass on my phone was pointing about 90 degrees off the true directions. This handy trick is how you fix it.