Nokia has this afternoon unveiled its latest flagship Windows Phone 8 handset, the Lumia 1020, which ventures into unknown photographic territory for a mobile phone.
A parliamentary group has revealed that a cyber-espionage operation stole sensitive data from the Ministry of Defence, in an attack that has “both security and financial consequences” for the UK.
With ‘iPhone 5S’ rumours gathering pace lately, Samsung is likely to lock horns with Apple again this autumn by bringing the Galaxy Note 3 to market.
3D printing takes another step towards the mainstream today, with Maplin becoming the first high street retailer to stock a next-gen printer for the home.
Big data gathered by IBM shows Andy Murray was Twitter's most popular player, suggesting the Scot has finally won the public's hearts as well as the Wimbledon crown.
The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership includes prolific arms dealers BAE Systems, Rolls Royce, and Lockheed Martin, as well as tech giants BT and Hewlett Packard.
Bluebox security has discovered a vulnerability in the authorship of Android apps, which has been allowing hackers to install data-stealing Trojans into 'legitimate' applications since Android 1.6.
Evidently keen to preserve its reputation for fostering cutting edge design and style, it is the second time Apple has hired Belgian Deneve.
The deal is reportedly worth between $40 million and $50 million as CEO Marissa Mayer looks to drive Yahoo’s recovery through improved offerings in the mobile space.
"Passwords alone have become ridiculously easy to circumvent,” says Incapsula CEO Gur Shatz, as firm launches new Login Protect service for its customers.
The amount network operators can charge users for making and receiving calls, and browsing the Internet abroad has been capped, making phone use substantially cheaper for tourists.
Covert assaults on UK IT networks is seeing intellectual property stolen at an alarming rate, with government data also coming under threat from foreign adversaries.
Kaspersky Lab's David Emm warns that social networks are making employees the weakest link in an organisation's security chain, as cyber-criminals harvest data and dupe users in phishing attacks.
Processor giant Intel has confirmed the end of Justin Rattner’s reign as Chief Technology Officer, after he surpassed the 65-year-old age limit the company places on corporate officers.
Sources "familiar with the matter" in the US claim Google is readying a slew of new Android devices, also including another attempt at the Nexus Q media streaming device.
It is the first time the States has revised its rules of engagement in the cyber-sphere for 7 years, further demonstrating how seriously the Obama administration is taking issue.
The rollout also enables users to retrieve digital versions of every physical music purchase they have made since Amazon’s music store opened in 1999 – provided it is one of the 350K licensed albums.
Personal details of 40,000 US troops have apparently been leaked by hackers online, while a separate report claims the US oil and gas operations are coming under more strain than ever before.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee says western authorities must assess their own surveillance policies before criticising foreign nations’ lack of Internet freedom.
In a survey conducted by Trend Micro, 85 per cent of organisations were found to be gambling on using the same security measures for virtualised systems as they were for physical environments.
Industry behemoth Samsung is hosting a major launch event at London’s Earls Court tonight. Join us live as new additions to its mobile and (possibly) tablet lines are revealed.
Sources familiar with Microsoft's plans say Qualcomm's LTE-supporting processor could feature in a range of updated SurfaceRTs, which should also run the forthcoming Windows 8.1.
Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Sky, BT, TalkTalk, O2, Vodafone, EE and Three are heading to Downing Street today with the government wanting more content blocked online.
Samsung is set to unleash an LTE-Advanced version of its Galaxy S4 smartphone offering double the speed of the original model, which has failed to meet the sales forecasts of industry analysts.
IBM has teamed up with ad solutions expert Net Communities to launch Wimbledon Insights, an analytics hub giving tennis fans and data-heads all the statistics that matter during the showpiece event.