Ever wanted to create your own delivery app for your business, but lack the coding skills? Well British technology company Preoday might have just the thing for you.
If an Iranian-made Fajr-5 rocket with a 175kg payload of high explosives was whistling over your head, leaving a plume of smoke streaking across the sky, how would you like to hear about it first?
A Chinese trademark troll has claimed that he owns the rights to the name Tesla, and is asking an eye-watering sum of money from the Elon Musk-founded company behind the model S.
Renowned tech reviewer MKBHD has given us a wonderfully in-depth preview of the display that's got everyone talking about Apple's upcoming iPhone 6.
Paul McCartney, Tony Blair and Fred Goodwin are just some of the celebrities and notable personalities to have their houses blurred or removed from Google's Street View.
This week's Tech Weekly podcast takes you through what makes Silicon Valley special, as well as why employers officially hate DropBox, and whether Facebook was right to experiment on its users.
Just in time for the 4 July Independence Day celebrations in the US, researchers from security firm Proofpoint has discovered a particularly nasty piece of malware targeting travel sites.
We’ve all heard that the scale and number of cyber attacks are constantly increasing, but can you actually picture what the ongoing cyber war looks like? Now you can.
The globe has entered a "second machine age" that will see more than half of the world's jobs occupied by robots in the near future, according to scientists working at MIT and Oxford University.
Windows is incredibly versatile if you know how to use it. We've put together 9 of our favourite shortcuts, tips and tricks to make you Windows experience as smooth and easy as possible.
If the idea of smarter cities is making your head spin, one upcoming event in Bradford could be the key to getting to grips with the concept.
The US Department of State has begun a campaign of shock and awe against the Islamic militants of ISIS - but this time it's not bombs and tanks, but that most fearsome weapon: Internet trolling.
We spoke to Dave Rosenthal, co-founder and CEO of FoundationDB, about what changes are happening in the database world, and why NoSQL has fallen behind.
We spoke to Ghislain Mazars, CEO of Ubeeko, about what's new in the world of Hadoop and enterprise big data analytics, and what you need to know going into the future.
We spoke to Herb Cunitz, president of Hortonworks, about how Hadoop came to dominate the enterprise analytics space, and why it's still the leader in bringing the new age of big data.
We spoke to Arun Agarwal, co-founder and CEO of Infinio, about why a content-centric approach to storage is the most intelligent perspective from which to view the future of storage.
We visited Pernix Data in California's Silicon Valley and spoke to Poojan Kumar, the CEO and co-founder, to find out what they had to say about the future of storage.
Ross Mason, founder and VP of product strategy at MuleSoft, spoke to ITProPortal about how the newly fragmented enterprise environment has ensured that hybrid is the new normal for IT.
We spoke to Pete Abrams of AppDynamics, about why the old models of network management are dying out, and why your company could be left behind if it doesn't catch up.
Iraq has suffered a major Internet outage due to the increasing turmoil spreading throughout the North and East of the country by the extremist Sunni militant group ISIS.
We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including Pizza chain Dominos having their customers' data held to ransom, and a Sage email scam doing the rounds.