US administration hopes move will overcome registration problems.
Snowden revelations have damaged operations, security heads claim.
More pragmatic approach could put the UK in a better position skills-wise.
London conference speaks of need for new approach to IT teaching.
Cabinet Office reveals details of latest procurement framework iteration.
Strong Prism defender changes sides after Merkel revelations.
Shadow Home Secretary outlines tough consequences for online offenders.
Future may be mobile, but fixed line will be increasingly used for backhaul, research suggests.
European commission to publish plans to end roaming charges in 28 member state zone.
Health Secretary claims money will be spent on making more NHS services accessible online.
Benefit payment reforms blasted in new report by National Audit Office.
Merkel set out plans to help European tech companies capitalise on US spy row
Automation hailed as key to ending leaks.
Rush to meet new regulations may cause security slip-ups, it is feared.
NSA paid £100m to gain access to UK intelligence data, according to Snowden papers.
Updated: Software giant makes Bing the first search engine to launch anti-child abuse image system.
Maria Miller believes communities should know if they will get superfast broadband or not.
NoSQL database centralises data and images from NASA and NOAA.
Updated: Prime Minister's anti-porn measures picked over by industry watchers.
Government letter sets out areas Prime Minister wants ISPs to address in internet safety fight.
Obama shuns iPhone on security grounds
HTC 'One Mini' faces UK ban
RBS blames IT failures on "decades" of underinvestment
Amazon trials drone delivery service
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