While mobile payments is still in its infancy, the promise of the rewards is substantial and competition for market dominance is gathering pace
The £1.4bn losses caused by a rogue trader at UBS could have been avoided, according to the Financial Services Authority (FSA)
The world is becoming increasingly connected and security and privacy are integral to modern society, says Raj Samani, CTO of McAfee Europe
Google is expanding its infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud computing platform into Europe and cutting storage prices by 20%
Hacker sells $700 zero-day exploit for Yahoo Mail that allows attacker to use cross-site scripting vulnerability to steal cookies and hijack accounts
By 2014, 80% of current gamified applications will fail to meet business objectives, primarily because of poor design, according to Gartner
Apple has sacked Richard Williamson, the executive in charge of Apple Maps, after months of embarrassment over application’s performance
Capita has been named preferred bidder in an educational support services joint venture with Staffordshire County Council, in a deal worth £1.7bn over 20 years.
All-flash array maker Whiptail has upgraded its Racerunner operating system so Invicta arrays can scale to four million IOPS and 360TB of capacity
The G-Cloud has a new framework and calls for it to become a blueprint for all government IT procurement, but what challenges lie ahead?
The British Film Institute (BFI) is to launch its own version of the BBC's iPlayer in digitisation plans to give millions access to its film archive
G-Cloud director Denise McDonagh has called for public sector champions to push forward adoption of the service.
According to Kin Lane, APIs are moving from social media to the enterprise. Will public APIs be the key to computing in the internet of things?