The social networking giant faces criticism for paying minimal tax by pushing all of its operations outside of the US through Ireland
A new smartphone or tablet under the Christmas tree should be giftwrapped with a list of security and privacy guidelines, experts say.
Find out what NetApp's chief technology officer Jay Kidd sees being the biggest trends in storage for next year.
Social engineering attacks and stolen passwords are giving attackers unfettered access to corporate systems for extended periods of time.
The industry that you expect to hit the IT headlines on a regular basis has not let us down in the last 12 months, despite continued tough market conditions.
We give a run down the top 10 broadband stories throughout 2012
Samsung has filed a complaint against several Ericsson products with the US International Trade Commission (ITC).
The year 2012 will go down in history as the year when people voted with their wallets and decided that tablets are good enough for work.
C-level cloud service provider execs talk big data, cloud performance and more cloud computing trends in 2013.
Proof-of-concept code targets Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains platform and can enable an attacker to transfer funds to accounts of their choosing.
HP has revealed that the US Department of Justice has been investigating fraud allegation at Autonomy since last month.
The main thrust in enterprise software this year has been the introduction of a new Windows OS, programming model and user interface.
The Department of Health is introducing a £9m child protection information system to log children who visit A&E in hospitals
Top storage stories from 2012 reflect the rapid pace of virtualisation, big data, the proliferation of mobile devices and new twists on storage technologies such as tape and RAID
A touchpad tablet and a smartphone have been launched by the Congolese company, VMK, and claim to be the first African designs on the market.
Ten articles that illustrate some of the major trends in cyber crime in 2012
China has enforced tighter controls of the internet which includes forcing individuals to fully identify themselves to service providers.
The top storage 2012 news stories included proliferation of flash, cloud DR and archiving and the storage for virtual machines.