Despite being on sale for just four days, the Galaxy S4 became April's third most popular smartphone - bringing praise for Samsung's "carefully orchestrated" marketing drive.
With the Guardian this week becoming the latest high-profile Twitter hack victim, the social network and industry experts are calling for improvements to social media security.
The pick of the action from both the consumer and professional sides of ITProPortal today, also including news of a new sustainability campaign from IBM.
With a preview version of the service now being rolled out in the UK, users will be able to launch video conversations with contacts directly from their browser.
12 more towns and cities in the UK now have access to EE's high-speed mobile spectrum, taking the total of the country's 4G locations to 62.
The Syrian Electronic Army is thrusting itself into the limelight again, repeating its Twitter hack trick on a number of Twitter feeds belonging to The Guardian.
We spoke to White Hat Security CEO Stephanie Fohn at Infosec 2013 about the challenges facing women in a male-dominated industry.
The pick of the action from ITProPortal today, featuring news and views across both the consumer and professional channels of the site.
With international tensions in the cyber sphere again coming to the fore this week, we sat down with security firm AlienVault at Infosec in London to discuss the impact of the war online.
With the company's trademark physical-keyboard smartphone returning this weekend in the BlackBerry Q10, Mike Brown told ITProPortal that his firm's enterprise pedigree gives it the edge over rivals.
The Chinese military unit accused of hacking US organisations has become active again, according to security group BAE Systems Detica.
“It always comes back to the data centric approach as supposed to trying to build these segmenting walls and imposing different filters across a machine," says Dave Anderson of Voltage Security.
The security division of tech giant HP has marked the first day of Infosec 2013 with the launch of its new application-testing solution, HP WebInspect 10.0.
In the opening keynote of Infosec 2013, Chloe Smith of the Cabinet Office said security vendors can capitalise on mounting threats in cyber space and boost the UK economy.
The pick of the action from both the consumer and professional channels of ITProPortal today, also featuring rumours of a budget version of the HTC One.
As ITProPortal prepares to join the Earls Court throng for this week's security extravaganza, we take a look at why Infosec is now more relevant than ever before.
The pick of the action from both the consumer and professional sides of the site today, also featuring growing concern over security risks with businesses adopting 4G.
Google's terms and conditions are coming into effect, preventing third parties of very different kinds from cashing in on the Glass hype.
Israeli security firm Seculert has uncovered a mysterious form of malicious software that has been infecting organisations for almost a year, with the UK worst affected.
Oracle is taking steps to reverse a torrid year for the progrmming platform, this week releasing a major security update fixing 42 vulnerabilities.
The best of the action across the consumer and professional channels of ITProPortal today, also including news of an upgraded camera on the iPhone 5S and global expansion for Spotify.
The music streaming service looks to boost its global presence as it arrives in Mexico and a host of other Asian and European countries.