Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt has harsh words for China in his forthcoming book, the New Digital Age.
ITProPortal publisher Net Communities is looking for a Front End Developer to join its growing Design and Development team.
Ahead of this week's BlackBerry 10 launch, we take a closer look at the two handsets the rumour mill is hedging its bets on.
We sift through the rumours to bring you a list of features that will definitely accompany the launch of BlackBerry 10.
Veho makes a solid effort with its two-in-one iPad case and battery charger, but unfortunately falls short of the mark.
Things are finally looking up for Nokia, with the Finnish company’s fourth-quarter fiscal report showing that it is back in the black.
Cisco has bought a small stake in Parallels, the Seattle-based software firm best known for its PC virtualisation software.
The USB-based device can function as a traditional router, hotspot or access point for wired or wireless connections.
As we hold our breath for the launch of BB10, we dig deep into just what the OS will mean for RIM and for the mobile market.
RIM stocks jumped to their highest point since 2011 after Thorsten Heins said the company is considering its strategic options.
IBM has reported impressive fourth-quarter results that beat analyst expectations, leading the company to present a solid 2013 outlook.
The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with news of HMV's outstanding debt being acquired by retail restructuring firm Hilco.
Developers interested in building apps for the web-based Firefox OS will soon have a pair of handsets on which to test their programs.
Yet another handset joining is joining Huawei's Ascend line of smartphones: the Ascend G615, which will launch in Europe later in 2013.
France has put forth a new plan to counter so-called tax avoidance: an Internet levy applied to companies that gather personal data.
The new instance family promises to facilitate memory-intensive tasks such as database processing, caching and scientific computing.
Despite ongoing tensions with Google, Microsoft is scrambling to offer CardDAV and CalDAV support to Windows Phone users.
There is much speculation that the South Korean firm is preparing to announce a rash of new products in Barcelona next month.
More than a year after its completion, a high-speed fibre optic cable that will connect Cuba to the global Internet has been turned on.
The news comes via a slip-up from Windows Phone Colombia, which confirmed earlier reports on its Facebook page this weekend.
Despite US security concerns over its products, the Chinese company raked in 15.4 billion yuan (£1.6 billion) in 2013.
We recap some of the top consumer and business news and analysis that made waves at ITProPortal over the past week.
LG may be preparing to follow up its flagship Optimus G phone with a new, full HD handset, according to new reports.
The Japanese company has 'nearly halted' production of 9.7in displays for Apple's iPad as consumers opt for the iPad mini.
Judge Lucy Koh ordered the deposition of Apple's chief exec in a case over tech companies' agreements to not hire each others' workers.