Cyber security has moved up the national agenda in the past year, with the UK government paying increasing attention to bolstering UK cyber defences
King, the games developer behind Candy Crush Saga, is looking to raise as much as $533m (£321m) via a share sale on the New York Stock Exchange.
Google has bought up much of Green Throttle Games, a firm that created gaming peripherals, for an undisclosed sum.
Lowdown is a British startup which has developed an app for meeting management
The banking and security sectors in India will jointly spend 477bn Indian rupees on IT in 2014, according to Gartner.
Students admit they are staying up until the early hours using social media - because they do not want to miss out on updates.
The government has formally ended the troubled e-Borders programme, with its intended functions merged into a new project
Superfast broadband is available to 73% of UK households but less than a fifth have adopted it, according to Ofcom’s European Broadband Scorecard 2014
National Audit Office report says Ofcom achieved its goal of maintaining a competitive market through last year's 4G auction
The European Parliament's consent to the EU-US trade deal "could be endangered" if mass surveillance by the NSA does not stop, say MEPs
How one man's 'boring' game became the unlikeliest of smash hits
PC and Xbox One users initially struggle to log on to Microsoft's eagerly-awaited game Titanfall, launched on Tuesday.
VMware’s VSAN software-defined storage promises pools of flash-driven shared storage created from under-utilised server-attached disk with per-VM performance profiles
The European Parliament has voted to adopt its draught version of a reformed data protection regime
Despite the hype around context-based security, has it evolved to the point where it is useful to the enterprise and having a measurable effect?