A secret group of up to 100 'hackers for hire' who breach high security targets in return for cash is operating from China, an investigation by cyber security firm Symantec has found.
Speaking at the GigaOM Structure:Europe conference today, Dave Campbell said that although he recognises that there are a lot of competitors and still a long way to go, the firm is "all in".
A group of hackers have raised over $3000 (£1866) in reward money for first person who is able to crack the iPhone 5S' fingerprint reader and provide video evidence.
New research has suggested that 70 per cent of IT decision makers are looking to centralise applications this year.
Big data storage firm DataDirect Networks (DDN) has launched the latest release of its distributed object-based storage technology, Web Object Scaler 3.0, alongside a new object storage appliance.
Nnamdi Orakwue, VP of cloud at Dell has said the ownership structure of the company will not change the way cloud services are implemented at the company.
Following the announcement that the UK will be the official partner country for CeBIT 2014, the organisers of the CODE_n contest have said entry is "particularly attractive" for domestic firms.
Ericsson's CTO Ulf Ewaldsson has said that the company does not and will not work with any government to provide backdoors into its network so that consumer's data can be collected.
Tesco is set to unveil a budget tablet on the 23 September under its new Hudl brand, the supermarket giant has not yet revealed any details about the device, but specs have been leaked.
Discussing how European cloud firms can compete with Amazon at the GigaOm Structure:Europe conference, Andreas Gauger, CMO of German based ProfitBricks said price is key.
BlackBerry has today launched the Z30 smartphone, a 5in phablet which the company is trumping as its "biggest, fastest and most advance" device yet.
Following a ruling last month aimed at making it easier for consumers to switch their broadband provider, Ed Richards, Ofcom's CEO has reiterated the call on ISPs to work with the regulator.
Ethernet firm Extreme Networks has acquired network, security and management solutions firm Enterasys Networks in a deal worth $180 million (£113 million) in cash.
Belgacom, the largest telecoms company in Belgium, has performed a system wide clean up and tightening of security following a cyber attack the country's PM suspects to be an espionage attempt.
Less than two months after Yahoo purchased Lexity, a online store for e-commerce tools, the web giant has renamed the service Yahoo Commerce Central.
Formisimo, an analytics service that allows clients to measure how visitors interact with forms on their websites, has won the final of the London Bizcamp Tel Aviv start-up competition.
Internet users in Iran unexpectedly found that they could access Facebook and Twitter for the first time in over four years on Monday night, but the government quickly moved to reimpose blocks.
Four men have been charged and appeared in court following an attempt to hack the computer systems at a Santander bank branch and steal millions of pounds.
Figshare, a service which allows researchers to easily share and credit their work, has launched a new solution to enable any academic institution to both securely host and make public its research.
The Saudi billionaire, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who invested $300 million in Twitter two years ago has said he won't be selling any of his share when the firm goes public.
The latest Android operating system, KitKat 4.4 will be announced along with the new Nexus 5 smartphone on 14 October, it has been rumoured.
Almost a quarter of all media - over 1.5 billion files - consumed online in the last year was accessed illegally, a new report by Ofcom has found.
Security firm BullGuard has announced a new set of security tools designed to protect against various threats that target Internet and social media users.
Google has announced the launch of an updated Chrome web browser for iPhone and iPad, Chrome 29, which offers a number of new features and upgrades.