If you’ve noticed your Internet slowing down over the past week, that could be the result of what has been described as the largest global cyber attack in history.
Nearly a year after the official unveiling of Google Glass, Sergey Brin delves into his vision of a future in which the augmented reality glasses are the norm.
A US trade judge has found in favour of Microsoft in a contentious case involving its Xbox console and a patent held by Google’s Motorola Mobility unit.
A US federal jury has ordered Cisco to pay $70 million in civil fraud damages to XpertUniverse over a partnership gone wrong and more than $33,000 in patent infringement fines.
We round up some of the top consumer and business news and analysis covered on ITProPortal over the past week, with mobile continuing to grab headlines.
The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with the launch of Google's Keep note-taking service and a radical, hands-off approach to IT security.
Earlier reports that BlackBerry 10 was rejected for use by the UK government after failing security tests are inaccurate, the Government Communications Headquarter has said.
The UK government has rejected the Canadian firm’s new BlackBerry 10 software for not being secure enough to be used for high-level government work,
The Xbox Live accounts of some ‘high profile’ Microsoft employees were targeted by hackers who used social engineering to get a hold of users' personal details, the company has confirmed.
EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding said Apple’s warranty practices are “simply not good enough” and encouraged the EU to step up its approach to enforcing consumer protection regulations
Microsoft will begin to push its Windows 7 Service Pack 1 to users of the RTM version of the software today, as it approaches the April 2013 end of free support for Windows 7, the company announced.
ARM chief executive Warren East is stepping down from the top position and will be replaced by current president Simon Segars, the semiconductor firm has announced.
Sharp will miss a 29 March deadline to receive the second instalment of a 9.9 billion yen investment pledged by Qualcomm after failing to meet manufacturing and fiscal targets.
The search giant is reportedly developing Google Keep, a note-taking application that briefly surfaced in Google Drive over the weekend.
Founder Eric Migicovsky announced in a Kickstarter video update that the company is launching a software development kit for Pebble watch faces in April.
Feedly has added more than 500,000 new users in the days following Google’s announcement that it plans to cancel its own RSS feed-reading service.
The top stories on ITProPortal today following last night's Galaxy S4 launch, including a detailed hands-on preview and photo slideshow of the brand-new handset.
Tonight's launch of the Galaxy S4 will reveal a landmark product that will likely have a lasting effect on both Samsung as a company and the mobile landscape as a whole.
To gain back any significant smartphone market share, BlackBerry should consider licensing its software and technology to competitors.
We recap the top stories on ITProPortal today, also with a look at Swedish auto manufacturer Volvo's new cyclist alert system, designed to help prevent fatal road accidents.
We recap the top stories on ITProPortal today, also with a look at Michael Muchmore's review of Mozilla's Thunderbird 17 desktop email client.
Harman Kardon has announced the launch of Go + Play Wireless, a portable speaker joining the firm’s existing Go + Play family of stylish speakers and iPod docks.
Samsung saw its stock rise after the judge presiding over its patent lawsuit with Apple slashed the reward by nearly half and ordered a new trial be launched.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 will work with the Japanese firm’s forthcoming 4K content delivery service, with typical movies expected to be as large as 100GB.
The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with news of Project Ophelia, the forthcoming product from Dell Wyse that we saw previewed at MWC this week.