The British entrepreneur behind the innovative WEDG secure storage box for the ‘post-Snowden era' has told Techworld he remains upbeat about its chances despite still being some way short of the £90,000 ($150,000) set for the project on Kickstarter.
The City of London Police today announced that it has started replacing advertising on copyright infringing websites with official force banners.
Hotel chains like the Radisson, Hilton, and Doubletree usually end up near the top of the list of approved places to stay for business trips. But if you're looking for high-speed Wi-Fi, you might be better off avoiding them.
With Fitbit's release of a native Windows Phone app on Monday, Microsoft has taken the first steps of its marathon to catch up to Android and iOS in wearables.
T-Mobile is once again trying to stick it to AT&T with cheaper data plans for families, but this time it's only a promotional offer.
Airbnb has come a long way since its inception as a site to find a couch--or an air mattress--to crash on. Now that you can rent everything from a spare room to a vacant castle, it's time for the hospitality company to embrace its corporate future.
Microsoft is taking a few more cues from Android in the next update for Windows Phone.
Google made collaborating with colleagues who use Microsoft Office a bit easier on Friday, bringing Microsoft's Tracked Changes into the world of Google Docs.
When Microsoft's Joe Belfiore officially revealed Windows Phone 8.1 onstage at Build all the way back in April, the very first thing he talked about was the operating system's newfangled ability to support interactive live lock screens. Fast forward four months: As Windows Phone 8.1 starts rolling out to users, Microsoft has released the very first live lock screen app in the Windows Phone Store, albeit in beta form.