Premium-Inhalt. Scott McNealy, the former chairman and CEO of Sun Microsystems, would have accepted the job of running Hewlett-Packard if he had been asked, he said this week.
Premium-Inhalt. Not only might companies have ethical, civic and legal obligations to alert authorities to cyberthreats, businesses may find that the authorities can be helpful, law enforcement agents and prosecutors said on Friday.
Premium-Inhalt. Avaloq, a banking software supplier, is set to create 500 jobs in Edinburgh.
Premium-Inhalt. Global standards group The Open Group has published a new book to help firms move into cloud computing.
Premium-Inhalt. iPad 2s are being handed out to all 1,200 students at a secondary school in Essex at a cost of almost £500,000.
Premium-Inhalt. User experiences are going to get a lot better and online gaming is going to get a lot more exciting with the launch of Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR3 - that was the view developers as the technology launched this week during the Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles.
Premium-Inhalt. YapBrowser, a replacement web browser once promoted by controversial spyware company Zango, has made a sudden return, GFI Software security researcher Chris Boyd .
Premium-Inhalt. At first glance, the Kyocera Milano looks to be a good match for users who want a smartphone but are on a constrained budget: For $30 (with a new two-year contract with Sprint as of October 7, 2011), you get an Android phone with a slide-out keyboard running Gingerbread (Android 2.3.4). But you also get a below-average display and reception problems.
Premium-Inhalt. All the major Web-based email services have junk mail folders and spam filters that strain out obvious offenders. Categorizing messages and filtering out those you don’t want may help, but limits control. It would be nice just to tell your email program which messages you want to receive and when--and dump the rest. Windows Live Hotmail may be coming a step closer to that, with changes announced this week.
Premium-Inhalt. The Macalope , so today we’re back to punching morons. And, though it seems like a million years ago now, it was only Tuesday that Apple announced the iPhone 4S—which, naturally, was an utter disappointment.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple’s iPhone 4S is such a hit that retailers are pushing back delivery dates on some models of the new smartphone.
Premium-Inhalt. It's no dispute that Steve Jobs' influence on technology has been far and wide. However, in reflection, one could say he single-handedly transformed and redefined mobility in the 21st century, in a way no other technology company or individual has done.
Premium-Inhalt. For those who believe Apple corners the market in elegance for technology products, take a look at a new handset released in Europe yesterday by -- and running Microsoft software.
Premium-Inhalt. Each week, the Weekly Wrap highlights some of our biggest and best stories from the week gone by. Generally, we aim to inject some lightheartedness into the proceedings. This week, we’re not quite feeling up to that.
Premium-Inhalt. Samsung and Google have jointly announced that the planned launch of the Samsung Nexus Prime on 11 October will not go ahead.
Premium-Inhalt. Network operator Three has released its iPhone 4S pricing, following announcements by Vodafone, Orange and T-Mobile.
Premium-Inhalt. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has inked two major software deals with HP, covering a core benefits system and departmental application support, strengthening its dominant position with five major contracts in the department.
Premium-Inhalt. O2 customers will have to get themselves to an O2 store if they want to have any chance to get their hands on an iPhone 4S on launch day.