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Swedish software and services developer follows Watchfire by being absorbed into Rational.
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Excitement for developers as Apple performs an apparent u-turn, throwing open its forthcoming smartphone to third party
Apple's desktop operating system gets a makeover, as well as new features including a revised version of Quicktime,
Surprise launch of Apple web browser for Windows XP and Vista creates fresh challenge to the Internet Explorer/Firefox d
Tomorrow's GreenCard Conference will tell attendees to focus on reduction in order to make their ICT more environme
Former Marconi boss Mike Parton brought in to steady troubled telecoms company amid mounting losses.
As CEOs look to risk management and governance they should also consider the use of open standards says IBM.
Construction firm set to integrate systems after Mowlem merger and move to converged communications in five-year network
Re-Thinking model school shows what education can be environmentally friendly and technologically innovative.
Drinks giant is embracing the opportunities that the virtual world offers but it is mindful that the same corporate and
'Green Shift' group aims to cut CO2 emissions from IT hardware, responsible for an estimated 35m tonnes each y
Business technology is the future, which means much more than just focusing on technology to manage information, accordi
Despite its US heritage, Citrix's managing director for the UK, Ireland and South Africa, Richard Jackson, details
Sector set to contribute half of the UK's GDP by 2010, but overcoming skills shortages still a challenge.
New contact solution based on shared services model will let organisations scale up technology and access without making
Tech giants appear on list of companies that could disappear within the next two decades.
Acquisition of Infant Technologies is now complete.
Many GPs have started embracing text for more than just communicating with friends and colleagues or reminding patients
The analyst suggests that Palm's new smartphone companion is a limited-function accessory and that this, coupled wi
The two companies strike an agreement covering LG's use of 'Microsoft-patented innovations' in its produc
Survey shows companies are unimpressed with the non-technical skills of their ICT staff and especially their new recruit
IT services firm doubles staff in Northern Ireland with £18 million managed services centre.
New "Eurotariff" could save users 70 per cent on roaming calls as the European Union Telecom Council votes to
Google research finds that IIS-based web servers more likely to harbour viruses than open source equivalents.
Sun unveils new Blade 6000 Modular System series with Intel, AMD or Sun microprocessors under the hood.
New body set up by Indian software association Nasscom aims to make the country's IT firms adhere to stringent secu
Swedish scientists are working on cost effective, recyclable digital paper that talks to users by responding to their to
New research finds that over 90 per cent of recently discovered phishing websites are concocted from kits found on inter
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Vodafone Mobile Internet aims to bring desktop browsing to mobile devices.
The FMC market will boast 170 million subscribers by 2012, accounting for 5.1 per cent of the total global voice market.
Industry stakeholders join parliamentarians to launch competition to encourage the sharing of UK web success stories.
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