The acclaimed Nexus 4 handset, manufactured in conjunction with LG, has had its price slashed to just £159 in the Google Play store, simultaneously indicating the Nexus 5 sequel is on the way.
With ITProPortal just a week away from jetting out to Berlin for IFA 2013, we round up what we can expect to see from the likes of Samsung, Sony and HTC. Who will hog the headlines this year?
We take a closer look at the week's biggest stories on ITPP, with the PRISM saga continuing to churn out intriguing sub-plots, and a host of tech giants seeking to make Internet access truly global.
With McAfee now admitting its $1 trillion dollar estimate regarding the cost of cybercrime was inaccurate, Webroot's George Anderson says the industry is in danger of harming its reputation.
In the latest PRISM twist, the partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald had his devices seized by UK authorities during a 9 hour detention. Will encryption be enough to protect any sensitive data?
With cyber-security remaining high on the US government’s agenda this year, President Obama has again shuffled his pack in this department with McAfee exec Dr Phyllis Schneck joining the ranks.
If anyone needed proof of just how fundamental to the Internet Google’s presence is, a telling episode arrived on Friday.
In-the-know sources for Samsung news have "confirmed" that the Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be unveiled alongside the Galaxy Note 3 phablet at IFA in Berlin.
In our latest company Q&A, we learn more about Replicon, the Canadian supplier of timesheet and expense management software.
Daniel Freeman, the vice president of product marketing at enterprise software firm Atlassian, breaks down the capabilities and benefits of the company's productivity network, Confluence.
The Google study we reported this morning again told us traditional passwords are weak, but what is the IT security industry doing to replace an antiquated method?
The Telefónica-owned operator is about to end EE's reign as the sole provider of 4G in the UK, with London, Leeds and Bradford becoming O2's first 4G locations later this month.
Lenovo is battling to preserve the security reputation of its products after stories emerged from Australia claiming its computers had been banned from numerous government networks.
Publishing its first report on cybercrime after a 10 month inquiry, the Home Affairs Committee has lambasted the UK's current approach to online law enforcement.
The security of products made by the Chinese firm has been called into question by reports that the UK and others have banned use of the company’s equipment within intelligence and defence networks.
Having unveiled its upgraded Nexus 7 tablet last week, Google is ramping up the preparations for its launch and whipping up a little more consumer fervour in the process.
Freshly unveiled by industry monster Google last night, the new Nexus 7 has gone on pre-order for UK customers via Currys and PC World, with availability starting in September.
Cyber-criminals have been exploiting the ongoing media fervour by emailing users malicious links masquerading as CNN coverage of the royal baby birth.
The Web Application Attack Report 2013 from security firm Imperva ranks the US as the key source of cyber-attacks in this realm of the Internet. We spoke to Imperva's research team to find out more.
The pick of the action from ITProPortal today, as Downing Street grabbed headlines for its bold new strategy on curbing access to online pornography.
PM David Cameron will today announce tough new measures on curbing access to online pornography, with UK households being forced to ‘opt-in’ with their ISP if they still wish to view adult material.
Finnish mobile stalwart Nokia continues to wade through troubled waters as its second quarter financial report recorded declines in sales revenue and shipments from last year.
The government has ploughed significant amounts of money into cyber-security initiatives this year. We spoke to Corero Network Security CEO Ashley Stephenson to see if the projects are paying off.
With BlackBerry’s comeback phone, the Z10, apparently suffering an early demise, the Canadian manufacturer looks set to usher in a new touchscreen flagship to boost its fortunes.
We take a closer look at this week's biggest stories in the technology world, including fresh fightback attempts from Nokia and Microsoft, and more worrying news for the UK's cyber-security.