New copyright legislation expected to dramatically shift the UK’s position on intellectual property has received Royal Assent, paving the way for controversial new rules.
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Tab 3, a 7in tablet we first got a hint of when it appeared on the company’s Japanese website earlier this month.
We round up some of the top consumer and business news and analysis that made waves at ITProPortal over the past week, with mobile and security continuing to dominate.
We recap the top news and analysis on ITProPortal today, also with a look at the likelihood of Apple using WWDC to remind us it's a company that’s all about platforms, not products.
Microsoft has kept mum on how many Surface tablets it’s sold since the RT’s launch last autumn, but a new report offers some insight into how its tablet OS is faring.
Thau is leaving Twitter to take on the role of chief operating officer at Jelly, an enigmatic startup created by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.
The South Korean firm shipped 10.3 million smartphones during the first quarter of 2013, marking its best performance since entering the smartphone fray.
The Finnish firm’s latest effort is the newly announced Nokia Asha 210, a social phone with a QWERTY keyboard that will retail for around £50.
Australian authorities have arrested a self-avowed leader of hacktivist collective LulzSec, on charges of having breached a government websites in an online attack earlier this month.
The streaming media giant’s shares jumped by 24 per cent to $216 (£140) after it announced positive news during its earnings call for the first quarter of 2013.
Details of the incident are sketchy, but the report suggests somewhere between five and eight million iPhone units were returned because of the “appearance of substandard or dysfunctional problems."
TweetDeck for Mac and PC will continue to operate after 7 May, as Twitter shifts its focus to developing a primarily web-based TweetDeck experience, the company said in a blog post.
The bill, which is called the Marketplace Fairness Act, is designed to empower states to collect a tax on online sales, even if the sellers do not operate in that state.
We recap the top news and analysis on ITProPortal today, also with a look at tablets overtaking smartphones as the device of choice for BBC iPlayer.
Twitter has finally launched its heavily tipped music recommendation service, which includes both a web-based platform and an iOS app.
Despite a rise in sales of its flagship Lumia smartphones, Nokia saw its feature phone shipments tumble in the market, leading it to report yet more operating losses.
The decision found in favour of PRCA and Meltwater over the Newspaper Licensing Agency, which argued that media monitoring firms must pay licensing fees for distributing links to articles online.
The smartphone can be pre-ordered in time for a 26 April delivery, which is sure to be good news for loyal BlackBerry fans who have been waiting for a QWERTY handset.
Just as the initial run of Google Glass units are on the cusp of being delivered to so-called Explorers, Google has revealed the device's technical specs.
David Miller pleaded guilty to charges of wire fraud and conspiracy related to the purchase, whose fallout eventually led the firm to collapse.
The Chinese manufacturer confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that it has in the past few weeks hired new workers for the assembly line at its Zengzhou plant in order to meet ‘seasonal demand'.
Google has been under fire from the EU over allegedly anticompetitive search practices since 2010, but the search giant is hoping to allay the EU's concerns with a series of concessions.
The software firm is preparing to join the likes of Apple and Samsung in developing its own next-gen wristwear, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.