FireEye researchers have been tracking hackers that use the Poison Ivy and Xtreme RATs. The threat protection specialists share their findings here.
What with PlayStation 4's screenshot function, Microsoft has revealed that it will add the feature to its own console, the Xbox One.
The Centre for Doctoral Training in Photonic Integration for Advanced Data Storage aims to develop technology that will provide greater storage capacities for the future ahead.
A predictive study has forecast a global increase in Twitter users, with significant growth in emerging markets, leading to a shift in potential ad revenues for the company.
A police investigation involving almost 2,000 children has been uncovered. A significant number have experienced police action, alongside a larger number of adults.
Academics will soon be able to mine Twitter user data for all its worth, thanks to a new initiative by the social media giant. Ethical and legal questions have arisen though.
LG has just released its flagship LG G3 smartphone, in a worldwide launch event that looks to be one of the biggest of the year. But how does it compare to the dual camera-toting HTC One M8?
Google has signaled a further move into the smart home market with an acquisition of video camera startup Dropcam. It's not the only tech giant moving into this growing sphere though.
Edinburgh-based fashion app Mallzee has announced 500k funding from a range of investors. The young company plans to move into the international market with the new capital.
John Chambers has praised government investment in tech, but says achieving London's own Silicon Valley is a long way off, despite Cisco's growth in UK technical staff of late.
In what is thought to be one of the longest sentences ever given to a cyber criminal, one cyber-thief is facing a 20-year jail term for theft and racketeering charges.
The less blockable fingerprinting is the new tech to replace cookies in online advertising, but on which side of the cool/creepy line does it sit?
ERP provider SAP is venturing further into cloud territory, but with that comes job cuts, though the firm claims a net increase in headcount due to new roles.
A European cloud network needs to benefit users, rather than providers' needs, says Werner Vogels. Lowering the barrier of entry will lead to more experimentation.
Like the established app Foursquare, the colourful new cards will show Facebook content like music and photos when users check in to a location.
A visit paid by Cambridgeshire police to a Green party blogger has provoked controversy and calls for the home secretary to investigate the force's actions.
A new initiative backed by the "Big Four" Internet providers has found support from political leaders and celebrities. Internet Matters will advise parents about child Internet safety.
Pornographic consumption in the workplace is not just a threat to one's reputation but a threat to the entire organisation, as made evident by the case of one unfortunate GSA porn enthusiast.
An initially unapologetic Nintendo has said sorry for its omission of same-sex relationships inTomodachi Life, after fan pressure to include gay characters in the life simulation game.
Huawei have edged into the high-spec smartphone market with the new Ascend P7. But how will it compare to the rival HTC One M8?
Hackers have acquired 1.3 million customers' data from the French branch of Orange. The company has warned those affected that they could now be phishing targets.
The #Miiquality campaign to include same-sex relationships in life-sim Tomodachi Life has provoked an unapologetic response from Nintendo, which describes the game as "whimsical and quirky".
A study by the University of Portsmouth has found that those that download films are more likely to pay for the experience than those than download music.
"Life-changing" viral video "Look Up" has racked up millions of views on YouTube in just over ten days. But is it a wise lesson to Generation Y or a slew of misplaced nostalgia?
Huawei has launched the new Ascend P7 with an 8MP front-facing camera, dual antenna and 5in HD display. Is it more than a glorified selfie machine though?