The EU endorses Ofcom proposals which will remove broadband regulation in much of the country, but analysts warn that the market still needs careful monitoring.
Upgrading technology is important, but the monetisation of services is how operators will profit in the future, mobile leaders have said.
Oracle lawsuit against SAP support subsidiary moves into next phase, with judge deciding mediation is next best step.
Ever wonder what happens at the largest mobile show in the world, the Mobile World Congress (formerly 3GSM) in Barcelona? Here's a few photos to give you a taste.
The embattled Unix vendor whose litigation has led it almost into bankruptcy has been thrown a lifeline from a private equity firm and its partners.
Pilot project at Heathrow's Terminal 3 will involve 300,000 bags travelling between London, Hong Kong and Dubai being labelled with electronic radio tags to improve baggage handling efficiency an
As more US retailers go Blu-ray exclusive, HD DVD looks to be going through its final death throes.
Yahoo keeps its options open, Apple cleans up after Leopard and small businesses face web competition.
Those lucky enough to attend this year's Mobile World Congress will need no reminding of the stands full of shiny handsets, people full of cool ideas, or the crowds...
With its first quarter and full-year results as a public company, the software-as-a-service vendor reports vastly improving financials and confirms plans for overseas expansion.
Dudley Group of Hospitals insists a stolen laptop with over five thousand clinical records was adequately protected to avoid data breach problems.
A survey reveals how IT management feel marginalised when business decisions are taken, in turn affecting day to day efficiency and a clear forward thinking strategy.
Michel Robert, managing director, Claranet UK, details how the company differentiates itself in a competitive market through quality of service.
University joins ambitious technology project to analyse and strengthen computer systems in response to increasingly dangerous threats.
From the departure of a chief executive to the possible acquisition of a social networking giant, we chart a turbulent year for Yahoo.
Results of testing across core enterprise applications finds Windows Vista Service Pack 1 has no effect on improving compatibility with legacy apps.
Industry leaders have said that the developing markets will lead growth and innovation in the mobile world.
Latest Palm handset now available to pre-order via UK online store.
A global survey from non-profit body finds problems relating to IT staff resources and delivery have risen in the last 12 months.
Just how secure is a Gmail account? And what lengths does one have to go to in order to regain access to an account if it is hacked?
It's 14 February, so that can only mean one thing - yes, 'spam is in the air'.
IBM outlines its upcoming releases in its storage profile, promising cost savings and consolidation.
Leaders in the mobile industry have called on their counterparts to make the sector as environmentally-friendly as possible, as Nokia displays a protype for a phone made from recycled materials.
HM Revenue and Customs has signed on to get safety communications system for its criminal and detection teams.
A new report has found outsourcing is delivering on cost reduction, but not on strategic change or process improvement.
The social and economic fabric of India is being transformed by the growth of IT, thanks to western offshoring.
Korean phone maker is the latest high-profile name to commit to a device running Google's smartphone software platform.
More mobile phones are being bought than ever around the world, but mobile operators need to look more into the IT and consumer electronic market as growth slows in Europe.
A new survey reveals how many IT professionals are looking for new jobs, but exactly why they're so unhappy at work is hard to discern.
Arun Sarin, the head of the world's biggest mobile phone company, told attendees of the Mobile World Congress what he thinks operators and others in the industry must do to please customers.
3PAR has claimed emissions savings of 12,000 tons by switching to thin provisioning and buying offsets as part of its green initiative.
GPRS tracking technology is helping the lingerie retailer improve customer service and increase operational efficiency in time for one of its busiest trading periods, Valentine's Day.
The Tifco Hotel group has deployed new security access management software to improve its control over staff use of the internet.
Rob Conway tells attendees of the world's largest mobile industry gathering what his organisation wants from its members over the next year.
Addressing 17 vulnerabilities, Microsoft's largest security update for seven months is likely to keep administrators busy through Valentine's Day.
But it may be good news for IT professionals, as a survey shows skilled IT professionals are in high demand and can expect increases in salaries in upcoming years.
The number of mobile websites has shot up by six times the figure reported by dotMobi in November.
While the world's thinnest laptop has garnered a lot of attention, the interest hasn't translated into high sales, according to a new report.
Video: The Windows Mobile software maker believes smartphones should be designed to be used for business and personal use - as that's what people are using them for.
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