Cyber security firm FireEye has announced a new cloud based antivirus platform for Android devices. Branded Mobile Threat Prevention, it is set to be available by the end of this year.
Amazon's new tablet, the Kindle Fire HDX is available for pre order in the UK from today with a starting price of £199 for the 7in model. The devices will begin shipping on 13 November.
Push to talk app developer Voxer has announced a new addition to its paid service, Voxer for Web, an online solution which allows Voxer Business customers to connect mobile and desk based employees.
Communication service provider NextiraOne is showcasing its freshly launched flagship global offering, OneCockpit, at IP EXPO today, featuring the first live demonstration of the technology anywhere.
Chinese telecoms firm ZTE has launched a new customised video conferencing solution along with a wide range of network infrastructure products and solutions at IP EXPO 2013.
During his keynote address, which opened the conference, Mitnick placed great emphasis on the social engineering element of hacking - tricking users into giving away personal information.
Titled '3D: printing the future', the forward thinking exhibit features over 600 printed objects including replacement body parts and aeroplane engineering works.
Apple is set to bring its iPhone upgrade programme to the UK in the coming weeks, allowing customers to trade in their old iPhone models to get a 5S or 5C at a discounted price.
Following Maplin's release of the first consumer 3D printer, Asda is trailing a new service that allows anyone to have a miniature figure of themselves created through the technology.
Following the initial launch of Vodafone's 4G services at the end of August, in a sign of increased 4G adoption, the firm has announced 100,000 sign ups to its superfast network.
Apple's famed design guru Jonathan Ive has teamed up with fellow designer Marc Newson to create a one of a kind Leica M camera to be sold off at a Sotheby's auction hosted by Bono charity RED.
Human interface firm Synaptics has expanded into the ever growing biometric ID market with the purchase of Validity Sensors, a developer of fingerprint authentication solutions.
Ofcom has today released a consultation, that if agreed, will see mobile network's annual fees for certain spectrum hiked by up to four times, in a move that could see costs passed on to consumers.
High-Tech Bridge has launched ImmuniWeb Self-Fuzzer, a new free Firefox extension that allows users to detect web application vulnerabilities in real time.
The BBC has announced the launch of a new music discovery service, BBC Playlister, which allows users to save any music they hear on iPlayer to a personal playlist.
The most comprehensive of its kind ever produced, the latest IBM C-Suite study provides an exclusive insight into how top executives see the business landscape changing.
Slow moving computers, laptops and programmes cost British people 5.5 days a year, whilst one in three say the inconvenience is enough to put them in a bad mood for the whole day.
Amazon is believed to be readying a TV set-top box for release in time for Christmas in the US. It is not clear if the device will also be launched in the UK at the same time.
Amazon has successfully seen off a legal challenge launched by IBM to reopen the bidding for a $600 million (£370 million) contract to build a new CIA 'spy cloud'.
Microsoft has launched a new challenge to Amazon's dominance of the cloud market by launching a surge of new cloud based enterprise services.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the production of the millionth British made Raspberry Pi computer, designed for use in schools to teach coding.
Western Digital has launched My Cloud, a new line of personal cloud solutions which allows users to set up a private cloud in their home or office.
Microsoft has reportedly asked HTC to add its Windows operating system to the smartphone maker's Android based devices at no, or very little cost.