Articles by Alastair Stevenson
'Leaked' Microsoft document suggests Windows 7.5 Tango will be released alongside Nokia's Lumia 900 smartphone.
With Anonymous' attack now confirmed by Stratfor security, analysts have expressed concern over the collective's ominous promise that "this is only the beginning."
As 2011 comes to a close the International Business Times UK takes a hindsight look examining how and why the red giant China became synonymous with state sponsored hacking.
Internet users who prefer their smut with a side of guilt are in luck as fresh reports suggest an unnamed "entrepreneur" has purchased the Vatican.xxx web site domain.
The hacker cell of Anonymous has issued a new call-to-arms against the U.S. government's "Stop Online Piracy Act" (SOPA), asking all Anons and Occupiers to join its OpBlackOut "protest."
New rumours suggest Nokia and Microsoft are set to unveil the new Windows Phone Tango-powered Lumia 900 at 2012's CES.
Speculation suggests Nokia CEO Stephen Elop's decision to delay entry into tablet market may be response to threat of Apple and Google's iPad 3 and Nexus tablets.
Following reports that Chinese hackers penetrated the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's security scrutiny has once again fallen on the Chinese government.
Having initially hinted at the possibility of a Nokia built Windows tablet, CEO Stephen Elop has quashed consumers hopes, clarifying the company has no immediate plans to join the tablet market.
Messages posted on the collective's Twitter feeds suggest the hacker cell of Anonymous has renewed its ongoing campaign in Egypt.
Proving bullet-proof to Apple's ongoing slew of patent infringement accusations, new research suggests Samsung has toppled the iPhone maker, becoming Australia and New Zealand's favourite smartphone provider.
Reports have emerged alleging social network giant Twitter is censoring its content, closing accounts supporting anti-authoritarian causes such as Wikileaks and the Anonymous sponsored Occupy movement.
In a recent interview Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt let slip news that the company plans to escalate its ongoing war for market supremacy with Apple, releasing its own-brand Android tablet.
Five in Five report highlights the technology that will change the way we think and act over the next five years, according to IBM analysts.
Despite widespread speculation of a fresh start for North Korea, analysts have moved to quash reports that death of Kim Jong-il will lead to denuclearisation of the rogue state.
Death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il raises questions about whether South Korea's faltering economy could cope with the economic pressure of a united Korea.
New reports indicated that the latest hack on Square Enix's free members service may have compromised the data of as many as 1.8 million users.
With the Christmas season now upon us and the question of which smartphone to get re-opened, the International Business Times UK's dynamic tech duo take the time to sum up the strengths and weaknesses of this year's top-contenders, the Galaxy Nexus and iPhone 4S.
New research suggests that despite Nokia's best efforts, consumers are still giving Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system the cold shoulder.
New reports suggest that since the launch of its Kindle Fire tablet, online retail giant Amazon is selling over one million Kindle devices a week.