One in ten Android apps infected by malware

New research shows 1 in 10 Android apps are infected with malware, most coming from third-party app stores.

Hong Kong billionaire can sue Google over autocorrect

Finally, legal discourse is available to anyone distressed by autocorrect, but not exactly for the reasons you might think.

Are you a nomophobe?

Nomophobe: the fear of being without a cellphone – many of us have it, we just don’t want to admit it.

Our devices want too much attention

Every minute of our lives is being filled with a cacophony of beeps and boops from devices all demanding attention.

Crowdfunding "Sean Hannity is an idiot"

Please don't troll us, we don't care either way about any of the characters in this story but just like to see big posters calling out someone for being an idiot.

Facebook brings free Internet services to Zambia

Last week Facebook rolled out a new free service app in Zambia,

Agile discovery: sometimes the first step is the most difficult

There is one step in the agile (or any development) process that is often the hardest and probably the number one reason that projects either fail or take much longer to complete – the first step.

40% of workers ignore social media bans at work

A recent study has found that 40 percent of office workers in the EU say they've ignored restrictions on using social media at work.

Comcast offers six months free Internet to low-income families

As part of a Back to School promotion, eligible families can receive everything from complimentary Internet, discounted computers, and free digital literacy training.

Even small industries are using big data

Large corporations, world organisations, and governments have hopped aboard the big data bandwagon, but even small industries can benifit.

Only 3% of engineering workforce is female

Numbers show that IT is one of the worst offenders when it comes to gender equality with only three percent of the workforce made up of females.

Simple hardware tweaks can speed up your infrastructure 60%

Studies show that minor tweaks to existing systems could increase performance by 60 percent with no additional investment.

Intel suggests WiGig maybe the best ‘future friendly’ wireless solution for businesses

According to a recent blog post on the Intel website WiGig (802.11ad) may be the best wireless solution for businesses in the years to come.

Researchers get audio information out of visual data

We see a lot of stuff but this is twisting our melons, man. Mind blowing stuff.

iOS finally gets native Wikipedia app

A month after the launch of the Android app, iPhone users now have a native app for the online encyclopaedia which boasts upgraded features and the promise of further updates.

Nokia looking for Android workers

According to LinkedIn job openings, Nokia is looking for developers with Android experience, is Microsoft's experiment with Android still alive?

Checkmarx launches “Game of Hacks” code security game

Checkmarx has launched a new game for developers that tests their knowledge of common code vulnerabilities.

Aircraft can be hacked in flight says researcher

Ruben Santamarta, a cyber security expert, highlights problems with satellite communication systems that open up planes to hacking.