Samsung's launch of the gleaming 12.2in tablet at CES in Las Vegas this week threw down the gauntlet to Apple once again. Which tablet is best equipped to eat up market share.
With BBM currently representing a rare source of good news for BlackBerry, the firm is enhancing the app with a platform enabling users to connect with brands, celebrities, and each other.
The security firm has this week unveiled AVG PrivacyFix Family to keep the family unit connected and safe from online snoopers.
The charitable OLPC project is making its presence felt here in Las Vegas, unleashing two brand new tablets designed especially for the education of children.
The world of 3D printing is moving fast and startup 3Doodler is accelerating its transition to the mainstream with an inexpensive and innovative 3D drawing pen.
We caught up with the creators of Kickstarter sensation MiiPC, who said the community generated by online corwdfunding is invaluable for any startup.
Speaking to ITProPortal at CES 2014, BlackBerry's head of consumer services said new CEO John Chen will differ from his predecessor Thorstein Heins and focus heavily on the enterprise market.
What are cyber-criminals plotting now? How will Edward Snowden's NSA revelations affect the Internet? Where is the security industry heading? We answer these questions and more in our 2014 preview.
We round up the biggest stories of the week, as Amazon PrimeAir makes headlines, the smartphone market gets an innovative new addition, and RBS customers suffer banking déjà vu.
We take a look back at last week's user/developer content management conference to see what we learned out in Barcelona.
Speaking at Alfresco Summit 2013 in Barcelona, Doug Dennerline said he wanted his company emulating the rapid growth of cloud darlings Box and Dropbox.
Alfresco's co-founder John Newton says the future of business tech will be driven by creatives who know how to add context and value to the big data explosion.
The Wiki chief told ITProPortal that the creeping censorship exerted by David Cameron and his western counterparts is ruining the region's credibility and the campaign for online freedom worldwide.
Enterprise content management specialist Alfresco has officially cut the tape on its annual user and developer conference today, as Alfresco Summit 2013 gets underway in Spain.
After three days of flat-out security in Amsterdam, we piece together the key lessons learned from this year's conference.
The money-milking strand of malware that locks users out of their device is expected to hit smartphones and tablets, Webroot's Grayson Milbourne warned today.
With RSA Europe 2013 rife with talk of big data-driven intelligence, Symantec's Sian John told ITProPortal that skillful use of analytics will prove the key to foiling cyber-criminals.
FireEye's Greg Day, who works on the steering board for the government's cyber-security project CISP, says the industry's inherent reluctance to share intelligence is plaguing the scheme.
Debate raged at RSA Europe in Amsterdam today, as security experts argued whether the facts really do point to China being the worst offender in the fabled 'cyber-wars'.
RSA executive chairman Art Coviello kicked off this year's conference by arguing that privacy concerns brought by the NSA scandal must not slow the adoption of surveillance-based security tools.
ITProPortal is in the Dutch capital this week to bring you all the action from RSA Europe, one of the biggest events on the cyber-security calendar.