The operator formerly known as Everything Everywhere is making its final 4G push before rival firms get in on the act, offering high speed connectivity in UK cabs for a three month period.
We take a closer look at the biggest stories from the tech world this week, as Google faces a privacy backlash, the power of DDoS attacks is exposed, and the very best of Android is rounded up.
Mitigating an encouraging $94 million profit for the last quarter, BlackBerry has announced its users have dropped from 79 million to 76 million, as BB10 appears to get a lukewarm reception.
Fears grow over the wider impact of increasingly powerful DDoS cyber attacks, after the Spamhaus-Cyberbunker conflict that slowed the Internet worldwide.
The best of the action from both the consumer and professional sections of ITProPortal today, also including an analysis of the UK's brand new cybercrime project announced today.
The government has today announced a new initiative designed to improve the sharing of cyber intelligence and safeguard UK business from online threats. Could it make a difference?
A survey of 250 IT security professionals finds that 81% believe that company employees ignore rules and restrictions in the network, prompting calls for a change in security policy and products.
Sustained demand for Apple's iPhones and iPads will have contributed heavily to the £816 million profit brought in by the Taiwanese manufacturer last quarter.
The pick of the action from across the consumer and professional worlds, also featuring a look ahead to security extravaganza Infosecurity Europe 2013.
Academic papers discovered online threaten to worsen tensions between the US and China, with indications that a top Shanghai university has been working alongside the army's alleged "hacking" unit.
Danker joins Shazam in the newly created role of Chief Product Officer, where he will lead an expansion of the group’s service portfolio.
New proposals from The Blackstone group and investor Carl Icahn has threatened to trump the joint offer from founder Michael Dell and Sliver Lake, as a board committee weighs up the bids.
The CU Exposed 2013 event in London this week had a strong audio flavour, so we've rounded up our top three speaker systems from the show floor in Covent Garden.
Investigators into the cyber attacks that struck six South Korean banks and television networks no longer believe the offending IP address was located in China.
The ‘Syrian Electronic Army’ has this afternoon hacked BBC Weather’s official Twitter account and posted a stream of tweets ranging from surreal jibes at other nations to support for President Assad.
Apple's iPhone is suffering the same security flaws as Samsung's Galaxy devices, as another lock screen bypass is demoed despite the recent release of a fix.
A bold security proposal borne out of Gartner's 'Maverick Research' programme suggests freeing up the network and giving employees more power could reduce risks. Would it work in practice?
24 hours after banks and television networks in South Korea were struck by crippling malware, investigators claim the attack originated in China.
The pick of the action from ITProPortal today across both the consumer and business spectrums - also including news of Twitter patenting...Twitter?
One of the stand out attractions of the CU Exposed event in London this week proved to be the Phillips Hue wireless lighting system, and we took a closer look to see how it works.
Three television networks and two banks have had their servers completely shut down from an apparent injection of malicious code.
Nearly 3,000 people who voted on the Xbox Entertainment Awards have had their personal details leaked on the site, forcing Microsoft to shut it down as it investigates the breach.
Security researchers have uncovered a botnet that has been sending vast amounts of fraudulent traffic to websites belonging to a select few publishers, costing advertisers millions.
The pick of the action from ITProPortal today, featuring news and features from both the consumer and professional side of the site.
Research from gaming trade association TIGA shows employment and investment in the sector rose from 2011 to 2012, as UK shows resilience to wider struggles in the industry.