The European Commission has set out plans for a common charger port for all mobile phones, tablets and headphones, in the face of resistance from US tech giant Apple.
Two million malicious emails bypassed traditional email defences, like secure email gateways, between July 2020-July 2021.
PayPal is introducing new fees for payments between businesses in the UK and those in Europe, from November.
Three is the latest mobile network to announce it is reintroducing roaming charges between the UK and Europe.
Facebook’s WhatsApp was fined a record €225 million by the Irish data protection regulator today after the European Union privacy watchdog pressured Ireland to raise the penalty for the company’s privacy breaches.
Apple is preparing to loosen payment rules on its App Store for some subscription media platforms, such as Netflix and Spotify, as it grapples with a multitude of legal challenges.
Video-conferencing firm Zoom has agreed to pay $86m (£61.9m) to settle a class action privacy lawsuit in the US.
Video conferencing firm Zoom has struck a multibillion dollar deal to buy a cloud-based call centre operator in a bet on the future of hybrid working.
Behind today’s digital network infrastructure, whether that’s cloud services, Big Data, edge computing, internet of things or traditional databases, is a growing need for servers to store, process and send enormous volumes of data.
Home theaters have become a staple in many homes. Almost every family has some kind of home theater setup, whether it’s just for watching movies and TV shows or as an all-around entertainment center with gaming consoles, Blu-Ray players, and more.