Intel, the Silicon Valley chipmaker, posted better than expected third-quarter results as demand for its personal computers stablised and it expanded its position in the tablet and cloud computing markets.
A coalition of city leaders that includes the London Mayor Boris Johnson has expressed the hope that a new “kill switch” to disable stolen iPhones could help end a global epidemic of smartphone thefts.
Could I survive for 24 hours without cash or cards — and only the new Android Pay to pick up the tab?
Once the leading smartphone of choice, BlackBerry has fallen so far behind its rivals in the mobile market that its shares were almost wiped out.
Uber created a secret software system called “Hell” to track drivers from its rival cab-hailing service Lyft, so it could deploy extra drivers in the areas in which they operated, according to reports.
A supplier of police investigation and anti-fraud software is increasing staff numbers as it steps up its export efforts.