HP aiming to woo retail, legal, healthcare and insurance firms
EE, Virgin Media and Vodafone are the latest UK service providers to back Net Neutrality
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Microsoft to help airline create tech-savvy flight experiences
Hundreds of Christmas deliveries have been cancelled following IT problems
Kaspersky warns firms they need to have DDoS countermeasures to protect reputations
Judge says deal would have improperly protected HP execs from future legislation
Whitehall’s partnership with TDX Group will help it determine people’s abilities to pay back cash
GDS hails end of "government white noise" with completion of 15-month project
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The £350 million deal will provide staff with new secure email services
An agreement forcing Microsoft to give users a choice of browser has ended
The mobile payment service will launch across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa
Evan Spiegel tells staff his firm was “violated” when Sony hackers revealed secret acquisitions
Forrester warns CIOs and CMOs to toss differences aside if they want to succeed
Former Royal Opera House CTO will devise digital strategy for both Houses of Parliament
Government plans to tackle mobile not-spots will not involve national roaming, with networks agreeing to extra investmen
Last week's air traffic control outage has both lessons, and reassurances, for critical IT systems.
G-cloud's sales have now hit the £393m mark with £48m sold in November alone
But the high level is down to its efficient detection system
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iOS takes on Android in battle of the phablets
Whitehall wants 10 identity assurance providers to sign the three-year deal
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Reports suggest Korean manufacturer will launch its own mobile payment system next year
Steve Jobs video testimony persuades jury to reject accusations it forced users to delete rivals' music
Any photos it thinks could cause controversy or embarrassment will come with a warning before posting
Google 2014 trends have been unveiled, and include the year’s biggest sporting events, tech releases, cat stats and more
Telefonica study hails rising influence of start-up programmes in UK
Davey Winder offers some timely advice on what to do if you accidentally delete some important data
How a housing provider discovered BusinessObjects' hidden mobile capability
The company has developed a 360 Virtual Urban Windscreen giving drivers a full view of the road around them
Apple is offering the payment option on its website and in its stores
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BT ends speculation about possible O2 acquisition by confirming negotiations with EE
Skype Translator Preview launches for English and Spanish speakers
Samsung loses huge market share in China, while Apple’s iPhone 6 sales continue unabated
New version of notorious file-sharing site appears online following last week's raid by Swedish police
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