Yahoo may have lost its chance to be bought up, but there's still chance of a Microsoft/ Yahoo web search partnership.
Top crime experts around the world agree that the threat of cybercrime is only going to get worse.
A roundup of news and pictures from the software vendor’s annual conference taking place in Las Vegas this week.
It's been dubbed as an iPhone killer, but does the BlackBerry Storm 9500 live up to expectations? We review it to find out.
Capita is set to take over after the Learning and Skills Council axed Liberata following complaints that thousands of students were not receiving their EMA grants.
On the eve of the closing day of CA’s annual user conference, its chief technologist talks about the strategic and technological direction of the management software firm.
The maker of the Nabaztag internet-connected rabbit is back with the Mir:ror - a personal RFID reader.
Civica’s Spydus boasts smartcards for libraries, Yotta maps roads using 3D technology, Capgemini is digitally glued into Welsh Water while Steria partners with Land Registry.
For some the future of security needs to be self-policing, sharing responsibility using principles from collaboration such as online multi-player gaming.
The software giant moves to hosted applications for its popular business products, but just for Americans so far.
But the new deal to replace TranSys keeps it in that consortium’s family, going with Cubic and EDS – the two leading private investors in that PFI group.
UK consumers are much happier to use biometric tech than their European neighbours.
Aims to offer large capacity in 'greener' package with more efficient hard disk design.
Touch sensitive technology continues to be the all the rage as HP releases the tablet style TX2 notebook with touch-sensitive technology.
Mobile industry association wants manufacturers to embed NFC tech into their handsets starting next year.
Comment: With a new start-up Scalado suggesting that your mobile phone could be serious replacement for your serious camera, will the mobile operators be so keen?
Market share gain and strong results help lift HP after job losses.
More diversification at Big Blue as it prepares to snap-up virtualisation technology vendor Transitive.
The mainframe is dead. Long live the mainframe!
This well featured multifunction printer is designed to be the office workhorse. Does it meet with Simon Williams' approval? Read on to find out.
New config management tool aims to plug the gaps in VMware’s own tools for ESX Server.
An anti-money laundering website is being hit by botnet computers in what looks to be a targeted worldwide attack.
Engineers still in the process of fixing virus affected computer systems which have forced activities to be scaled back.
AVG barely makes its apologies for a previous mistake when news comes that another file is mistaken for malware.
The telephony and broadband division of Carphone Warehouse is set to be sold. Why is Carphone selling and who is likely to be interested…
NEC uses Nvidia chips to upgrade Tokyo based supercomputer.
Star Trek-like interaction with your iPhone now possible as delayed app finally puts in an appearance.
The Roadrunner supercomputer just escapes the claws of the Jaguar this time, but IBM could lose its number one spot soon.
John Thompson will be replaced by current chief operating officer Enrique Salem in April.
The looming recession will not prevent BT from investing £1.5 billion into super-fast broadband.
Amazon Web Services launches CloudFront as Capgemini announces Oracle ERP and Microsoft SharePoint over the cloud.
The world famous university is deploying new network infrastructure to provide wireless and hotspot access, as well as voice applications in future.
UK company looks to make enterprise-class services affordable for smaller companies.
CA is claiming to have evolved service desk management by offering more integrated features in one product alongside new time-to-value tools.
Decision-making carries even more weight when the economic pressure is on.
The software vendor focuses on federation, SOA and web business enablement with new solutions.
The people at the highest risk of identity theft are those who shop or bank online, says Get Safe Online report.
The next generation of USB ports will be 10 times the speed USB 2.0 to keep up with new gadgets.
Next version of Internet Explorer for Windows Mobile 6.1 will offer Adobe Flash Lite support ‘out-of-the-box’.
The PC-maker is targeting business users with the P656 smartphone, claiming it as the world’s fastest Windows Mobile PDA.