A Congressional caucus has written to CEO Larry Page demanding answers over how Google will address the privacy concerns associated with the forthcoming product.
Apple’s ubiquitous iPhone and iPad are furthering their influence outside the consumer space, having been cleared for use within the US military by the Department of Defence.
The biggest news stories on ITProPortal today, also featuring the top five security tips according to authors of a new cyber attack study.
The writers behind the new book, Responding To Targeted Cyberattacks, emphasise the importance of strengthening human resistance to online threats.
The 64GB version of the business-oriented slate will cost £719, while a 128GB storage model will set you back £799.
An exclusive report from Reuters claims the European Commission is set to threaten China with trade duties amid concerns of price dumping on Huawei and ZTE telecoms products.
Mobile took centre stage in the tech world today, and we've got all the news and hands-on reviews you could need, plus reports on face-recognition innovation for Google Glass.
BlackBerry has today announced that BBM will be launched as a standalone app on other mobile platforms, while also unveiling a celebrity-focused social network, BBM Channels.
Canadian manufacturer BlackBerry has kicked off its annual BlackBerry Live conference by unveiling a new mid-range QWERTY handset and an update to its BB10 operating system.
Following its top five biggest SMS scams of the moment, Cloudmark has compiled a list of the most popular email hustles taking place, as Scams Awareness Month continues.
BlackBerry's annual conference kicks off in Florida this afternoon, but what can we expect to take place? Any big announcements? Any new products? Read on for what to expect.
Both Kaspersky Mobile Security and Kaspersky Tablet Security will now automatically feature on the wealth of gadgets containing Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors, thanks to the new agreement.
With a price point of just $99 - a touch under £65 converted directly – the new Asha will primarily target emerging markets such as Latin America and India, but a Q3 UK release is also planned.
With the Citizens Advice Bureau and Trading Standards Institute currently running the annual Scams Awareness Month, security firm Cloudmark has revealed the most popular SMS scams at the moment.
Founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei gives his first media interview since starting the company in 1988, and uses the appearance to deny his firm is a cyber-threat to the US.
Internal documents obtained by the press reveal the Redmond firm is planning to acquire ebooks and Nook hardware from the Nook Media project it invested in last year.
Despite poor TV sales contributing to disappointing fiscal results for the past year, Toshiba is forecasting a 34 per cent profit leap over the next 12 months.
The social network's rumoured new ad strategy may thrust itself to the forefront of the user's experience, with video adverts set to be integrated into the news feed.
Fresh leaks have revealed the alleged appearance and specifications of a dumbed-down BlackBerry Q10, with a launch rumoured for later in May.
The software that records audio in visual blocks to make note taking easier than ever is ready to hit the mainstream, according to its Leeds-based manufacturer.
We take a closer look at some of the biggest news and features that have cropped up on ITProPortal this week, covering mobile, tablets, cloud, security, and more.
The pick of the action from ITProPortal today across both the consumer and business spectrums - also including news of 4G's potential interference on Freeview TV.
Google's Android takes the tablet software crown with the biggest market share so far in 2013, but IDC statistics paint a decidely bleaker picture for Microsoft and Windows.
The processor giant is being sued by the bankrupt Lehman over an alleged breach of a trade agreement that was made days before the finance firm's collapse in 2008.