The fallout from Prism continues today as Apple joins fellow tech giants Microsoft and Facebook in revealing the amount of data requests it has received from the NSA.
We take a look at this week's biggest stories and events, as Apple gave us an OS in California, HP have us new business products in Las Vegas, and a government insider gave us wisdom in Wales.
Google has uncovered a wave of phishing attacks in Iran targeting email accounts in an apparent data-grab on ordinary citizens.
Hewlett Packard today announced its revamped Converged Cloud offering, moulded by a common architecture and boasting new software and services.
After a busy morning of launches for its storage portfolio, HP has now unveiled a brand new analytics platform for harnessing big data, known as HAVEn.
On the first official day of its annual Discover enterprise event in Las Vegas, HP has launched the all-flash HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 system.
We brought you live announcements and talking points from Las Vegas as HP hosted its annual Discover conference, tackling all segments across the enterprise.
“We want to work with the developer community to collate ideas which will improve our customers’ lives by helping them control their energy use and therefore save them money,” says npower CEO.
Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit has announced the successful disruption of a data-stealing botnet estimated to have accumulated over half a billion dollars for a cybercrime ring.
London's Tech City and the UK startup movement is gathering pace. To find out what it takes to takes to turn a growing scene into a business explosion, we spoke to Silicon Valley graduate, Apigee.
Toshiba unveiled its refreshed Windows 8 laptop series in London this morning, with the majority packing Intel's brand new fourth generation processors.
ITProPortal was among the assembled press in London this morning to see the unveiling of three new Toshiba tablets, the Excite Pure, Excite Pro, Excite Write.
Three trial begins in New York today after the DOJ sued Apple and five other publishers in April 2012 over accusations of an "illegal conspiracy" involving the price-fixing of eBooks.
The Cortex A-12 has been optimised for mobiles devices around the £150 - £250 mark, with ARM forecasting that over a half a billion of these products will be a sold a year by 2015.
The HTC flagship running Google's vanilla Android OS will hit the US from 26 June priced $599, but will a UK launch follow?
“There’s a bunch of ways we can be complementary to broadcasters,” says Dick Costolo on stage at the D: All Things Digital conference in California.
Users claiming to represent Anonymous UK announced ‘Operation EDL’ in a statement posted on YouTube yesterday, and have set about their work by leaking personal details of the group's supporters.
A confidential report prepared for the Pentagon claims that over two dozen weapons systems belonging to the US have been breached as part of a Chinese cyber-espionage campaign.
We round up a particularly hectic 7 days on ITProPortal as one of the year's biggest product launches sandwiched itself in between exciting tech innovation conferences at either end of the country.
The launch of the HTC First, which comes pre-installed with the Facebook Home UI, has been scrapped across Europe, coming on the back of poor user reviews and a decline in downloads from Google Play.
GPS mapping app Waze may find itself in the middle of a bidding war between two tech behemoths, with reports suggesting that Google will rival Facebook’s bid to acquire the company.
Rolling out to user accounts now is an option to “Require a verification code when I sign,” which is accessible via settings and brings two-factor authentication to Twitter for the first time.
IBM's Kevin Farrar says effectively harnessing big data and other technologies can address major problems with waste and sustainability throughout the world.
Speaking at day two of Digital Shoreditch in East London, a big data expert from OgilvyOne described the dangers of brands like Google collecting increasing amounts of our personal information.