The High Court has ruled that the UK Intellectual Property Office should not have refused to patent a Symbian application, potentially extending the patentability of computer programs.
The government department is updating its database and website used by transport planners across the country as part of a new, two-year deal.
IT PRO spoke to AMD's chief technology officer, Phil Hester, about the company's plans to stay one step ahead of Santa Clara giant Intel.
The communications integrator is contacting staff today to confirm rumours that it will be laying off staff.
IT PRO looks at the email failures of big businesses, the hot debate over web tracking, and a whole new level of schoolyard bullying.
The software maker has admitted that last Tuesday's patch update has affected the performance of systems running service pack versions 1 and 2 of Excel 2003.
The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service has signed onto Flex shared services from Fujitsu Services.
IBM and Irish industry develop a cloud computing centre which may offer businesses the virtualisation and web 2.0 performance they crave.
Low cost PC movement gains ground as Intel announces plans to expand reach of Classmate PC to US and Europe.
New digital communications network will reduce service interruptions at utility company's operation sites.
The wholesale distribution division of home furnishing giant Ikea has implemented business intelligence and performance management systems to improve performance.
A significant number of data centre managers are unaware of what assets they have to manage in relation to their consumption, a Quocirca survey has found.
The Royal Botanic Gardens is updating its retail and hospitality management systems with new till systems and software.
After rejecting the offer that "undervalued" its company, the Yahoo board of directors presented plans to double its cash flow and show Microsoft just how off their bid really was.
It's probably no surprise, but the government's horrendous record with data security has destroyed the public's trust.
Software giant has released a "near-final" version of its virtualisation software, after including the beta in Windows Server 2008.
The Scottish Government is investing millions in telecare health services, the NHS IT programme sees billions in cost savings, and Bexley is battling bullying with technology.
Integration between Lawson's business intelligence technology and Microsoft's Office products creates a new working environment and workspace for managing business information and collaborat
Banking organisation deploys Lawson's Talent Management Suite to simplify its staff acquisition and management processes, and eliminate a complex paper-based system.
The furnishing retailer is looking to save £60,000 by signing up to web-based recruitment systems.
Although execs recognise that IT has a key role in business, those employed to be responsible for it do not have enough boardroom presence.
The 15-year sales and services deal with Capita is the largest of its kind in the UK insurance market.
The PC makers have topped Greenpeace's latest environmental tech ranking.
A majority of students are victims of cyberbullying, according to a survey of teachers - who are also victims of electronic intimidation.
Aims to wow executives with sleek design and titanium finish on updated Satellite Pro range.
Recent data losses have changed how UK consumers manage their personal data, according to a survey from the Information Commissioner's Office.
CEO details roadmap based on more vertical sector solutions and the notion of 'Smart Office' productivity computing.
World Wildlife Foundation says that technology has a bigger role to play in helping reduce carbon emissions than just increasing the energy efficiency of IT equipment and data centres.
Software giant officially launches the first service pack for its latest operating system.
Intel's forthcoming Itanium processor will break the two million transistor mark, while upcoming Xeon processor will sport six cores.
The head of the Building Schools for the Future programme said progress is good and laid out plans for managed services and carbon neutral schools in the future.
School Minister calls for schools to keep pace with the technology students use in their leisure time.
A Cambridge computer expert believes his plan to power computers with wind and solar energy could reduce carbon emissions.
The majority of business computers are not properly protected, claims security vendor
New release from Lawson offers food and drink industry a real-time view of ingredient sources, and improves compliance with food standards laws.
Internet service provider to work with HP to consolidate mission-critical data centres and reduce its environmental footprint.
A day after web leader Sir Tim Berners Lee slammed the controversial online advertising system, the Foundation for Information Policy Research has said it contravenes UK law.
A survey from Uswitch has ranked Orange the worst for service, saying a third of its customers were unhappy.
The hosted software vendor has released two new e-commerce-focused versions of its business suite, improving integration into major online trading services such as eBay and PayPal.
Purchase of the Freeborders product lifecycle management division gives Lawson access to the fast-growing market for enterprise software in the clothing industry.