Tests have shown that Jelly Bean’s integrated scanner only picks up 15 per cent of threats – but those numbers aren’t the full story.
Google has unleashed a new version of Jelly Bean along with its new Nexus devices. We take an in-depth look at what Android 4.2 offers.
Nathan Myhrvold's company Intellectual Ventures has secured an expansive patent on 3D printing DRM. What ramifications will this have?
Why hasn’t Microsoft released the SDK for Windows Phone 8 yet? Is it really keeping features a secret, or is it simply just not ready?
Has Apple been too conservative on the innovation front with its new smartphone? Is Cupertino rapidly losing ground to its rivals?
Yes, the new Kindle Fire HD is an improved piece of hardware, but it’s the software which will be key to its chances of success.
Apple's legal victory over Samsung has many repercussions, and may see OEMs hiding more in Google's stock Android shadow.
We look at the future of three dimensional printing, which is going to spark a revolution in manufacturing, but not in your home.
Mobile Flash is now officially dead – it never worked well on Android. So where can Adobe go from here on the mobile front?
In-app purchases are provoking anger, even piracy, at least when it comes to the game Dead Trigger. But are we just dead spoilt?