Finance and retail applications are most susceptible to hacking attacks because of data input by customers, according to research
CIOs need to evolve their desktop strategy after Windows 7, but migrating totally to the next Windows version may not be the best option
From backpacks which indicate which way you are turning to a USB charger that gets its power from pedalling
Tech City's Gerard Grech talks about the IoT phenomenon and a startup competition that is intended to accelerate technologies
Data proves information governance is a priority for senior management, but the latest research shows executives need to be more proactive
Sony's PlayStation Network and other gaming services reported disruptions at the weekend in a suspected cyber attack campaign
The Institution of Engineering and Technology has called on the government to redesign the emergency 999 call service
Fewer "spammy" posts should appear in your Facebook News Feed but it does mean the site will be monitoring how long you spend on articles.
Amazon has announced it has reached an agreement to acquire live video platform for gamers Twitch for $970m
The infrastructure behind the critical NHS Spine platform has been replaced by The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC)
Mozilla, a company best known for its Firefox browser, launches its first low-cost smartphone in India, retailing for 1,999 rupees ($33; £19.9).
In this video from Computer Weekly’s Women in IT event, Gillian Arnold, Chair, BCSWomen discusses whether the UK should adopt more targets for recruiting women into enterprises.
In this video from Computer Weekly’s Women in IT event, Maria Ingold - CEO, Mireality shares her experience of being a women in enterprise and how to deal with the male dominated enterprise world.
Small, medium, corporate and multi-tenant datacentres are still squandering huge amounts of energy, a report has revealed
Travellers on Qantas and Virgin Australia will be able to use their mobile phones and other electronic devices during flights from Tuesday.
Harvard researchers develop a system to orientate small objects in any direction using magnetic levitation.
Wi-fi-reliant smartphones may leaking information
Could your clothing one day save your life?