Technology: how to land a job riding the silicon roundabout
The fast-moving technology sector may not be as far removed from your CV as you think. We talk to people who have gained the skills to make a successful leap to IT
Twitter: Hackers target 250,000 users
A quarter of a million Twitter users have had their accounts compromised in the latest of a string of high-profile internet security breaches.
Google boss Schmidt labels China an 'IT menace'
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt uses a new book to call China an Internet menace that backs cyber-crime for economic and political gain, reports say.
We've passed peak Apple: it's all downhill from here
The decision to dump Google's maps for its own, and the changes at the top of the company to eject Scott Forstall and John Browett point to a subtle downward trajectory
David Cameron tests real-time economic data app on iPad
'No 10 dashboard' offers live information including GDP, bank lending, jobs and property data, polling data and Twitter feed
Microsoft demos instant English-Chinese translation
Software that can translate spoken English into spoken Chinese almost instantly has been demonstrated by Microsoft.
Virtual reality surgery software to aid trainee surgeons
The first virtual 3D surgical program to train doctors has been developed by the Golden Jubilee National Hospital.
Tokyo court gives win to Samsung after US loss
A court in Tokyo has ruled that Samsung Electronics did not infringe on patents held by Apple, a victory for the South Korean company.
Eye-controlled Gaze TV unveiled by Haier and Tobii
An eye-controlled television has been unveiled at Berlin's IFA trade show.