Vodafone has this morning opened pre-order for the iPhone 5C. 4G plans start at £42 a month with a £19 initial cost for the 16GB and £129 for the 32GB on a 24 month contract.
Vodafone has revealed that the private details of over two million customers including names, bank account numbers, addresses and birth dates have been stolen by hackers.
US based music streaming and Internet radio Pandora has appointed former Microsoft exec and venture capitalist Brian McAndrews as the firm's new president, CEO and chairman.
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, has launched new agile certifications for foundation and practitioner level in partnership with IT consultancy firms Radtac and Emergn.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg have heavily criticised the US government over NSA spying, with Zuckerberg commenting "I think the government blew it".
Samsung's co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun has said that the next release of Galaxy smartphones will have a 64-bit processor, following the release of Apple's iPhone 5S.
The seven month battle for control of struggling computer maker Dell, could finally be coming to an end, with CEO and founder Michael Dell emerging as victor.
Internationally renowned Internet security expert and convicted former hacker Kevin Mitnick, will kick-off day one of this year's IP EXPO on 16 October at Earls Court 2, London.
Sportlobster.com, a new sports social network launched last month has secured a further $1 million (£634,000) in funding ahead of its iOS app launch this month.
Apple built a number of Google Glass like prototypes, Tony Fadell, the former senior vice president of Apple's iPod division, has said.
A US federal appeals court has ruled that a lawsuit against Google for alleged violations of wiretap laws should go ahead, after rejecting the firm’s attempt to have the case dismissed.
Networking giant Cisco is set to move into the data storage market with a $415 million acquisition of Whiptail, a firm that specialises in solid state memory systems.
Following the launch of two new smartphones, the iPhone 5S and the slightly cheaper iPhone 5C, Apple has discontinued the iPhone 5 and slashed the price of an iPhone 4S.
The firms are set to market a recording service for mobile devices to support US firms’ compliance with new financial markets regulations called for by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.
Following months of rumours and leaks, Apple has officially launched two new smartphones, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, at an event in California.
iOS 7, billed as the "biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone", by Apple CEO Tim Cook, will be available from 18 September on iPhone, iPad and iPod for free.
Twitter has acquired MoPub, a service which helps mobile application publishers to manage their ad inventory on iOS and Android, in a move to boost its advertising business.
Adobe has announced the release of Adobe Generator, a new technology developed for Photoshop CC, which the company says will overhaul the way the software is used for web and screen design.
Apple is set to launch the iPhone 5S and 5C later today at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California; the first time the tech giant will be offering two variants of its smartphone.
Instagram's director of business operations Emily White has said that the app should be ready to start selling ad space in the next year.
Facebook has announced that selected news organisations will now be able to displaying public Facebook posts that mention any given topic, in real-time.
Vodafone has today announced its 4G network will be switched in on Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Sheffield on 28 September.
Microsoft has entered the increasingly crowded music streaming business with launch of Xbox Music on all devices and platforms.
Groupon has acquired last-minute travel app Blink in order to further bolster its Groupon Getaways travel business.
Made for use with Nismo cars, the watch delivers average speed and fuel consumption readings of the car as well as biometric data on the driver in order to "enhance performance and efficiency".