Despite monumental marketing budgets, Samsung has experienced a drop in sales of its low- and mid-range phones and has claimed that European competition is partly to blame.
Apple has filed a new patent with the US Patent and Trademark Office which suggests that its new smartphone may have an automatic unlocking feature.
Foxconn - Apple's smartphone and table manufacturer - has announced that robots will play a part in the fabrication process of the iPhone 6.
A Japanese education board has requested teenagers put down their smartphones after 10pm as part of an initiative launched in association with parents and teachers.
The Leeds branch of Three has renamed itself Trois to celebrate the great cycling race hitting the city's streets. It's also a celebration of a new roaming charges policy.
With delivery included, Amazon is offering the iPad 4 16GB for a significant knockdown of its £329 RRP - An strong purchase for a first-time tablet buyer.
Bowers & Wilkins is to bring hi-fi quality sound to WOMAD music festival this summer. The special speaker stack is being touted as the first of its kind to deliver studio-quality festival sound.
Barebones are ideal for those who want a low-cost alternative to a pre-configured desktop PC, and have the knowledge to build their own device. Amazon are offering Intel's DN2820FYKH for cheap.
The Robotics and Autonomous Systems Mission 2014 took eight UK startups out to Silicon Valley. ITPP went along and mulled over the open innovation process.
An Argentinian website that campaigns for anti-piracy in music has found itself the target of hackers, who ironically transformed it into a proxy for a torrent site.
Yes Workforce has officially launched its "off the shelf" mobile workforce solution. Organisational functions abound, all from one's mobile, but would you want to be tracked when OOO?
Our computers, tablets and mobiles have become vulnerable due to the nefarious side of the Internet, affecting the reliability and safety of such devices. But what about robots? Are they safe?
A recurring theme in reviews of the Samsung Galaxy S3 went along the lines of "it's great but it's big". Bag yourself its handier little brother for less than £100 here.
Eight startups, several flights, a bus and a whole lot of robotics knowhow: ITPP joined the inaugral Robotics and Autonomous Systems Mission out in Silicon Valley.
Amadeus has announced a technological agreement with enterprise software giant SAP, in order to further connect the cloud with corporate travel.
The US government has lifted restrictions on detailed satellite images, affording higher image quality to online mapping services. Repercussions from privacy-anxious users are expected though.
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including an info-security worker shortage caused by the IoT, a hack on Domino's pizza and a survey on Brits' phone-tapping fears.
Twitter has been accused of not doing enough to curb online abuse within its pages. According to the company's global head of online safety though, it's an ever-evolving constant threat.
One way to get a good deal is to look outside the confines of your home country. This sneaky deal hails from Amazon Denmark and even with delivery is a wallet-pleasing package.
The military-controlled government in Thailand is attempting to quell dissent with site blocking and online surveillance, according to an anonymous source.
Two 14-year-old boys have hacked their local bank's cash machine simply by reading the instructions. But how much money did they make off with?
Ticket resale website Seatwave has revealed its purchase of concert finder app Timbre. The company has also revamped the app for the UK market.
Sir Patrick Stewart, Aaron Paul, Al Roker and some of media's leading figures star in a documentary that tells the story of the social network Twitter.
Recent rumours have suggested that Twitter is looking to acquire music streaming service Soundcloud. Now it appears that Pandora and Spotify are also in the picture.
A new English ICT curriculum beginning in September may see schoolchildren in Wales disadvantaged against those in England, according to education experts.