A team of researchers have discovered an easy hack that could be abused for surveillance of Nest Thermostat owners. They revealed their findings at the 2014 BlackHat security conference.
Facebook's big acquisition this year was the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, which it is now looking to take to Hollywood, recent talks suggest.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics show the UK public's Internet usage in 2014. The findings suggest that clothes shopping has been a key driver.
The Charms bar - handy for touch devices and akward for mouse and keyboard - is to be removed from Windows 10. Preview versions are expected to surface later this year.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography after Microsoft identified an illegal image in his OneDrive account.
Bandtrace is a new online hub for music fans that pulls together content from several sources, but how does it cope with all that data?
New research from Intuit has revealed SME owners' frustration with using spreadsheets for their company finances, but would companies be willing to switch to dedicated accounting software?
Researchers have identified a vulnerability within mobile devices that, despite carriers' efforts to encrypt data, could be exploited by hackers and government agencies.
Can't see the Commonwealth Games in high enough definition on your current TV? Maybe you should consider this deal from Tesco.
If you'd rather not be weighed down by a backpack of books this summer holiday, this daily deal could be for you. With Kindle integrated Wi-Fi you can even download books on the go.
Mobile's the future, but sometimes requirements dictate a good old fashioned printout, and this deal from PC World might even get you printing for fun.
Do you take BYOD to the realms of obscenity? Well, you can charge your iPad, iPhone, Android phablet and other gadgets with this handy multi-port charger - for a delightful price.
In terms of Internet security/privacy, apathy starts at home, which is why VPN provider Hide My Ass! is urging parents to have "the talk" with their kids.
Nominations soon open for the 2014 edition of the Nominet Trust NT100 list, which seeks to find the most imaginative digital social innovations in the UK.
Three has announced that it will follow EE, Vodafone and O2 by making free Wi-Fi available to customers in London Underground stations.
The European Data Protection Supervisor has issued advice on transferring data via the cloud from EU institutions to non-EU countries via the cloud and mobile devices.
A global survey has found that despite high levels of self-proclaimed happiness, respondents are worried about what the future holds and long for a simpler lifestyle.
The controversial entrepreneur behind the (now defunct) Megaupload filesharing site has unveiled his new online music service's strategy, in order to attract investment.
Have you ever seen a car parked so badly that you've WhatsApped it? Well one Suffolk snapper has taken things a step further in order to shame his town's inept drivers.
David Jonker, senior director of SAP big data initiatives, talked to ITProPortal about how big data can affect the sustainability of the food industry.
Samsung Display has encountered a lack of interest for its mobile display technology in the mobile industry, apart from parent company Samsung. Might it be a case of tactical competition?
Blackberry’s new offering, which reportedly is to launch in September, has a rather unique quality about it. The square smartphone aims to give users a better application experience.
A flaw in Google's cloud storage service that exposed personal data has been discovered, then repaired by the search giant, which offered an explanation of the fault.
Jake Levine, with his startup Electric Objects, is looking to get digital images into our homes with a smart, internet-connected display.