Microsoft has struck a deal with Opera which means all its new feature and Asha phones will come with the Opera Mini...
The use of PCs, laptops, tablets and mobiles to watch TV is increasing worldwide, according to a study on Connected Life by advisory firm TNS.
Liverpool, under the impressive management of Brendan Rodgers, ran out to take on Southampton last Sunday in their opening match of the Barclays Premier League season with the eyes of the world on them.
Standards are being developed to make sure industry players can cope technically with the explosion in demand for connected TV.
Sir Michael Parkinson, the TV personality famous for his late-night chat shows, has been working with Waitrose online food channels, giving viewers a culinary experience – accompanied by sparkling conversation – over the internet.
There’s an old joke about a man lost in the countryside who asks a farmer for directions, only to be told: “If I were you, I wouldn’t start from here.”
Internet television networks such as Netflix are challenging the traditional broadcasting business model by allowing consumers to be able to view exclusive content whenever and wherever they want.
Anthony Rose tells Joanne Frearson how a childhood blowing up radios inspired him
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I heard that y’all are getting a new season of Red Dwarf sometime this year.
Cyber security is rarely given the respect it deserves, especially in smaller businesses. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert shares a conversation he had with a small business owner who mistakenly thought his company was immune to cyber crime.