Are you already embracing Cloud Computing? With the arrival of Google Play last week it is obvious that this new technology will be more prevalent as time goes by and the benefits are made more and more obvious.
In 2015, research firm Gfk reported that year-on-year growth in the smartphone market would decline as the market reached saturation point. This temporary decline in growth was anticipated as the technology behind smartphones continues to stagnate, meaning that new mobile releases lack any noticeable upgrades or key differential features.
BlackBerry EMEA’s vice president of marketing, Rory O’Neill announces news on RIM’s new product set at MWC Barcelona last month.
O2 signs a five year deal with UK McDonalds to provide high speed Wi-Fi internet access to patrons of their UK restaurants if they sign up to the O2 offer.
The new iPad is out but is it really worth purchasing we take a look at the new tablet from Apple and see of there are any major reasons to make the upgrade?
The Wi-Fi contract for the London Underground that has been the target for a number of companies has been awarded to Virgin Media, giving them permission to install their services at 120 stations.
Do you get a lot of spam at your business, well GFI software have just undergone a survey of 200 SMB’s to ascertain what the issues are.
The Company Extreme Networks have a new initiative to address the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend and the security threats it brings with it.
We all text to our friends and loved ones but do you want to learn a bit more about things you can do with texting, read on to find out more.
The new HP security intelligence and risk platform (SIRM) helps large organisations secure and manage various cloud based devices and Internet based networks.
Will Internet TV really catch on in 2012? As more and more people use the internet to access the content they want on demand, will it only be a mater of time before technology deems the traditional network obsolete?
Apple’s new operating system OSX mountain lion promises to be more than just an updated version of Lion, we take a look why this new O/S has more relations to the mobile version of iOS than a simple update to OSX.
Will Apple ever go for ARM processor on their desktop devices as iOS and OSX look to move ever closer to a single unified operating system?
BT claim to now have some 3.5 million UK hotspots for customers to tap into across the UK are you a BT Fon user and what do you think of the service provided as a result of this network?