In Depth In the first of two articles, we discuss the reasons for adopting new methods of payment and whether the British public is ready.
Almost 100 hackers have been arrested in a huge international operation to tackle the BlackShades malware.
The NSA is allegedly recording all phone calls in the Bahamas and a number of other locations, according to new leaks.
The second update to Windows 8.1 is rumored to launch in early September, and mouse and keyboard users can't wait.
Intel's CEO has pledged to deliver PCs powered by its upcoming Broadwell processor for the holiday season.
BT is to hire 1,600 new engineers to improve its Openreach service, with a particular focus on reaching out to female engineers.
The easy-to-use Elderwood toolkit is being used by more groups than previously thought, according to Symantec.
A Chinese forum has leaked a list of products currently in the works, including a slew of new Windows releases.
The latest report by Juniper shows a substantial increase in cloud adoption over the coming years, but some companies will struggle to make a profit.
BlackBerry has partnered with IBM and other mobile device management firms to offer BlackBerry 10 to more companies.
Microsoft has published, and then removed, a support article that points to a feature on the upcoming Surface Pro 3.
Cyber criminals have once again upped the ante in their attempt to steal personal information and access email accounts.
Updated Microsoft's Security Intelligence Report suggests that Windows Vista and 7 are more at risk of infection than Windows XP.
Microsoft has made a slew of changes to OneDrive that improve thumbnails, album covers, social media integration, and sharing options.
Errata Security has found roughly 320,000 servers that still haven't patched the Heartbleed vulnerability.
Orange has revealed that the email addresses and phone numbers of 1.3 million users were stolen in a second attack.
A new report by Nuestar shows a substantial increase in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks and the negative impact they have.
Lenovo has lifted the lid on its first consumer Chromebooks, including a model that can adjust to form a stand for the display.