We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message
Windows Security Apple Android Smartphones Tablets Software Laptops Broadband Gadgets Games
Digital Home Audio Photo & Video Printing Components Desktop PCs Peripherals PC Upgrades Linux SMB Tech Enterprise
Social Networks Tech Industry Internet 3D Storage
80,258 News Articles

More News

  • News: 100 million tablets to ship in 2012: report

    Tablets shipments continued their scorching growth, with the April-June quarter setting a new record: nearly 25 million, according to ABI Research. By year-end, 100 million are expected to ship, the bulk of them Apple's popular iPad.

  • News: Apple-Samsung jury extends deliberations

    As it begins a second day of deliberations in the Apple v. Samsung patent battle, the jury charged with evaluating the case has decided to work an extra hour.

  • News: Chip sales falter in Q2 as weak market looms, IHS iSuppli says

    Weak economies in the U.S. and Europe together with a slowdown in manufacturing in China hurt semiconductor sales during the second quarter this year, and the market will deteriorate further in the coming quarters as issues continue to plague chip suppliers, IHS iSuppli said in research released on Thursday.

  • News: Big Data Analytics Today Lets Businesses Play Moneyball

    Hype continues to surround big data analytics. But hype or not, data-driven decision-making is becoming central to management decisions at most enterprises. They are taking inspiration from Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland Athletics baseball team that turned to data analytics (known as Sabermetrics in baseball and made popular in the movie, "Moneyball") to assemble a competitive baseball team despite the organization's limited financial resources.

  • News: Kill timer found in Shamoon malware suggests possible connection to Saudi Aramco attack

    A timer found in the Shamoon cyber-sabotage malware discovered last week matches the exact time and date when a hacktivist group claims to have disabled thousands of computers from the network of Saudi Aramco, the national oil company of Saudi Arabia.

  • News: Citigroup blasts Nasdaqs compensation plans for Facebook glitch

    Citigroup has slammed Nasdaq’s $62 million (£39.2 million) compensation plans for market making firms that lost hundreds of millions of dollars during the botched Facebook initial public offering (IPO) on 18 May.

  • News: Apple v Samsung: Five experts, five questions

    The story, "Apple v Samsung: Five experts, five questions," which ran on the wire on Thursday, incorrectly named the university to which a law professor is attached. Mark McKenna is at the University of Notre Dame.

  • News: China loans Sierra Leone US$15million to complete fiber-optic connection

    Sierra Leone has signed a US$15 million loan agreement with China to complete connectivity to the Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) cable, scheduled to be switched on by October. The loan agreement was signed last Tuesday.

  • News: Facebook Redesigns Messages, Adds Search and More

    To fix its clunky messaging platform, Facebook is rolling out a redesigned interface and a few features intended to make it more user-friendly. Here's what to expect.

  • News: BYOD Security Demands Mobile Data Protection Strategy

    As federal agencies develop strategies for an increasingly mobile workforce, the traditional methods of securing a desktop environment have to evolve to account for the growing crop of wireless devices in use. Symantec vice president of public sector urges federal CIOs to embrace BYOD, but to update their security posture to also focus on files and applications.

  • News: Apple releases Mountain Lion 10.8.1

    Apple on Thursday released Update 10.8.1, its first incremental update to the Mountain Lion edition of OS X.

  • News: Microsoft reveals new logo to represent wealth of new products

    After 25 years Microsoft is hanging up its old corporate logo in favor of a new one that includes a squared off version of its four-color window pane and a typeface that is more in line with its Windows 8 logo.

  • News: Mobile-security firm Mocana gets $25 million in new funding

    Mocana Thursday disclosed it has received $25 million in new venture capital funding led by Trident Capital, which sees the startup as a potentially major player in mobile security.

  • News: Apple tries to quietly ax badly received 'Genius' ads

    Apple is doing its best to yank its latest series of "Genius" ads -- which were widely derided for being silly and patronizing -- from the Internet.

  • News: VMware Workstation 9 is all about Windows 8

    Staying ahead of Microsoft itself, VMware has updated its Workstation desktop computer hypervisor so it can run Microsoft's soon-to-be-released Windows 8.

  • News: HDS announces flash strategy, its own SSD controller

    Hitachi Data Systems lifted the covers off its flash roadmap, saying it will build its own flash controller and put NAND flash products in servers, storage and appliances in order to enable compute acceleration, caching and high-performance storage.

  • News: Facebook Messages: A Rundown of Its New Look

    Facebook is taking another step toward turning Messages into a full-fledged e-mail client with a new two-panel layout reminiscent of Apple's touch-friendly design for Mail on the iPad. The revamped Facebook Messages also includes easier ways to attach files and photos, a collection of smiley faces and keyboard shortcuts to get around the new Messages product more efficiently. The new version of Messages is rolling out to all users. While you wait for the changes to hit your account here's what to expect.

  • News: Can Indian Enterprises Tackle Cyber Crime with Legal Remedies?

    Enterprises in India are in the forefront when it comes to offering cloud and mobile apps to their employees in online banking, retail, manufacturing and many other sectors. However, these companies are profoundly unprepared and mostly unaware of the mobile app threats lurking in app stores. These enterprises are also victims of large data thefts and various other cyber crimes. However, most of them are left with the only option of revamping their IT systems, and hardly any of them take up the matter legally. The million-dollar question is -- does our country have a proper legal framework to assist enterprises against cyber crime.

  • News: LG Gets Production of Thinner iPhone Display Underway

    LG has started mass-producing a new type of thinner display for use in the next-generation iPhone, according to reports. Apple patented the technology and would be the first to use new in-cell technology for its iPhone, giving it an edge over competing smartphones.

  • News: Dell: Windows 7 sales will get us by until Windows 8 catches on

    Windows 8 won't affect businesses PC purchases until sometime next year, at least that's what Dell officials say.



IDG UK Sites

How to get a free EE Power Bar: Mobile and broadband customers eligible for free smartphone charger

IDG UK Sites

Why Netflix won't terminate your account for using a VPN, probably

IDG UK Sites

Forever 21 denies pirating Adobe, Autodesk and Corel software, accuses companies of 'bullying'

IDG UK Sites

New Apple TV 2015 release date rumours: Apple's WWDC invite shows Apple TV