Customisable modular smartphone concept is looking to reinvent the mobile market as we know it.
Over £160 for a £119 tablet
John O'Connell co-founded, grew, publicly floated and eventually sold British software firm Staffware back in 2004...
Firm remains independent, for now
Says virtualisation, networking and storage key improvements
Research finds email, SMS and social increasingly popular channels
Big Data analytics firm says it's nearly ready
Hadoop platform player says it's almost ready
Says it will invest in and learn from open source community
New research may seem obvious, but what are the implications for Facebook?
Revenue doubles four years in a row
CBR sits down with Samson David, VP & global head of business platforms at Indian IT services provider Infosys.
CBR rounds up the reaction to Microsoft's big mobile gamble.
EVP Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) Global Solutions, Hicham Abdessamad, says there are no more blank cheques, but private cloud can deliver savings...
Never one to blow its own trumpet
I caught up with ShareFile's inventor Jesse Lipson, to talk about how he started the cloud storage and collaboration firm and the sale of the...
A long string of memorable words is much more secure than a short set of random characters.
Big business attracts bad people, and technology is no different.
Report also says only 13% of all Twitter accounts have sent more than 100 tweets.
A visual guide to the Heartbleed threat.
Autotask on why you need to ask exactly what an MSP will do for you.
TV show, sports and music fans are continually let down by inadequate streaming services.
Companies are dealing with ridiculous amounts of data every second of every day, but it doesn't have to be a bad thing.
Many tech thinkers are starting to doubt that 'the future' might not be all its cracked up to be
Mobile applications now account for 15 percent of all Internet traffic, with 1.5 billion users worldwide.
Entrepreneurs won’t succeed by working around the clock, says Forbes.
Thomas Boué from BSA (The Software Alliance) gives us his thoughts on the transatlantic data flow.
“The COO is an increasingly endangered species in corporate boardrooms," says Quartz.
Watches designed from the operating system up are about to bring down the competition.
There is a history of viruses linked to the holiday.
Avocent is a leading global provider of IT operations management solutions for enterprise data centres, small/medium businesses and branch offices...
Geodis Wilson is a leading global freight management company, providing IT solutions based on transparent e-Services and delivering tailor-made,...