Hackers threaten terrorist attack against cinemas playing Sony's 'anti-North...
Former Royal Opera House CTO will devise digital strategy for both Houses of Parliament
Vince Cable accuses air traffic control centre Nats of "skimping on large-scale...
NHS patient data collecting scheme comes under fresh scrutiny in new report
Embattled vendor drops plans to sell off Unix assets under copyright dispute.
Reduced liquidity in the IT jobs market could lead to higher pay for those willing to make a move, Atsco has said.
Government and leading industry players will meet today to discuss how to rectify Britain's lagging broadband statu
Groklaw is the blog that has made a difference.
Early-adopters of Apple's iPhone smartphone are reporting problems with signal and connection quality, but network
Chief information officer of online transaction giant talks exclusively to IT PRO about importance of email authenticati
Despite recent troubles, most banking firms are planning to boost the number of IT grads they take on next year.
The Linux Foundation's latest research shows that the open source OS is gaining momentum in the desktop world.
Live Documents brings office applications to the web and, according to its creators, "does for documents what Hotma
BAE Systems Surface Fleet Solutions replaces Oracle system to get better project tracking and reporting on building of d
New survey leads to warning that 4.5 million young Brits' futures could be compromised if they are not more aware o
The National Audit Office has released a set of emails detailing the circumstances leading to the data loss, including o
Social networking sites offer huge advertising benefits, but users prefer recommendations to ads, a report has said.
One Laptop Per Child has said its Give One Get One programme will continue until the end of the year, as donations roll
UK and Ireland bookstore ends internet retail outsourcing agreement with Amazon, as new private equity owner looks to bo
Last year's privatisation of defense firm QinetiQ could have made more money for taxpayers, the National Audit Offi
Poundland gears up for new payment methods with point-of-sale estate
It's been 30 years since the first inter-network TCP-based connection was made.
The Conservative Party has called on the chancellor to return to parliament to give the full truth about the data breach
German financial services arm has achieved 90 per cent customer satisfaction rates after the introduction of new persona
Non-profit group gets discount on educational licensing despite Becta's battle with the software giant.
Prime Minister's announcement that ICO will be granted the power to carry out spot checks on government departments
The Kindle e-book reader has sold out in just five and a half hours, the online retailer has said.
Intel is looking into creating portable data centres in boxes similar to shipping containers.
A study conducted before the Revenue and Customs data breach has shown the majority of people don't trust local gov
The quadplay provider uses specialist database and business intelligence technology and services to improve revenue mana
Security firms have offered their thoughts on how to prevent a data breach like the one at Revenue and Customs, as Brown
The Free Software Foundation has published a new open source licence to make SaaS-based application freely available for
New research has found misconceptions and lack of understanding among senior business and IT managers are holding back w
The massive data breach at Revenue and Customs has lead to calls for the national identity register to be scrapped.
First use of third party software boosts customer conversion and sales uplift for homegrown e-commerce company.
Symantec's Green Data Centre report has shown that just one in seven companies have taken steps to become more ener
First beta of the browser is now available to developers who want to test it out.
Following an injunction barring bundled sales of iPhones with two-year airtime agreements in Germany, Apple's netwo
UK consumers believe organisations should try harder to protect their private data in online interactions, a survey has
By the end of 2012 there will be around 21 million broadband customers in the UK, according to Point Topic.
A survey of women in IT has shown that many believe they are held back by their gender, with male coworkers' career
With SIM-free iPhones set to go on sale in France, T-Mobile Germany is dealt a blow as a German court imposes an injunct
The MDA says that next year will be a good one for mobile customers.
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