Premium-Inhalt. Apple and Samsung Electronics won't be able to keep certain pieces of information from the public during their high-profile jury trial that begins on Monday, a judge in California said Friday. But what will be public and what won't still isn't known.
Premium-Inhalt. Viewers of the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics have weighed in, calling it everything from "" to "" and even "."
Premium-Inhalt. Denizens of the digital world are feeling a little less secure this week as another edition of the Black Hat hacker conference wrapped up in Las Vegas.
Premium-Inhalt. Almost three-quarters (71 percent) of UK software development heads say conventional approaches to software development and testing means new customer-facing applications are delayed.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple has said the next version of its mobile operating system, , is coming this fall, but it has been mum about its next-generation iPhone.
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Premium-Inhalt. Samsung has launched an Olympic edition of its smartphone.
Premium-Inhalt. National Security Agency Director General Keith B. Alexander addressed the attendees of the Defcon hacker conference in Las Vegas on Friday and asked for their help to secure cyberspace.
Premium-Inhalt. It's not often that a jaded veteran like me falls in love with an app. But it happened this week with a new app called . It's based on one of those rare technologies like HTTP or XML that at first seems trifling, but ends up changing everything.
Premium-Inhalt. Atos UK has delivered a strong set of half year results on the same day that the Olympic Games kick off in London, for which it is the key IT partner.
Premium-Inhalt. BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, has launched a free mobile app development course on iTunes U.