Apple reveals the restrictions of the iPhone 6 NFC component, in that it only works with...
Following trials on buses, you can now use your contactless payment cards on London...
Soaring requests from governments around the world despite Snowden revelations
The company said it'll give businesses the security they'll need to protect...
Popular small business accounting software is completely rewritten for simplicity and speed.
Acquisition will give world's largest phone maker ability to sell ads into multimedia capable phones such as the iP
New survey finds that companies talk a lot about green issues but mostly fail to act.
The surge of interest in Apple's iPhone smartphone - 1,500 visitors per second - was so big following this morning&
New E51 smartphone can integrate with an existing office PBX system using Wi-Fi, effectively supplanting the traditional
Virtualisation vendor goes on acquisition and partnership spree to expand in the face of growing competition and rival d
European Commission has released a report calling for intelligent technology in all new cars by 2010.
Intel used the precursory day of its Developer Forum (IDF) to reaffirm its commitment to helping innovative companies in
Potential suppliers have attended a bidders' conference for the multi-billion pound National Identity Scheme.
A report by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics calls on police to only keep DNA of people convicted of a crime.
First triple-core x86 processor to be launched as part of AMD's Phenom range.
Phone will sell for £269 inc VAT for the 8GB model, on sale from 9 November, and O2 as the exclusive mobile network.
Big Blue to re-enter the office software market with a free Lotus-branded product, as Google announces new features in i
European project reduces paper, increases compliance for one of Europe's largest parcel delivery services.
The chip giant plans to direct Intel Capital investment towards emerging markets but reassures users that it won't
The announcement of Apple's plans for a UK iPhone launch is due later this morning, with any such release likely to
Counterfeit cards based on data stolen from retail chain in the US and UK, used to redeem gift card spending.
Study by Liberty shows half of Britons believe they live in a surveillance society, with the government holding too much
The government collects 100,000 fingerprints a month overseas from people wanting to come to the UK.
New research from Ovum RHK points to five per cent decline in market for optical networking componenets.
The legal battle between the Windows software maker and European regulators has been running for almost a decade.
New laptops combine hard drive encryption with user and password management and pre-boot authentication.
Unix copyright battle takes its toll as bankruptcy protection is sought to protect best long-term interests of the embat
Silent update rankles users who had thought Windows Update had been turned off completely.
Disk disposal survey by the University of Glamorgan shows personal and corporate data not being wiped from computers - i
Up to ten Birmingham-based exchanges to be connected to BT's next-generation network by January 2008.
Rising costs have pushed One Laptop Per Child's $100 educational machine to $188.
All our coverage from Intel's Developer Forum event in San Francisco in one handy place.
Landmark ruling against the Windows maker sets principles for company behaviour in Europe, says lawyer.
Obfuscation and fewer vulnerability disclosures as criminals attempt to hide malicious payload from victims.
Electronic giant Toshiba get subpoenaed as US probes flash memory price fixing.
IT PRO spoke to Diane Bryant, vice president of Intel's digital enterprise group and general manager of its server
Newham gets statistics by location, Hartlepool develops a children's system and Mayday NHS Trust opts for a single
Green light for eco-friendly data centre in Loughton, Essex.
Research report shows that SOA has become the 'great white IT hope', holding much promise, but failing to deli
And terrorists have ready access to consumer technology, putting soldiers behind the curve, speakers at a defence exhibi
New figures point to increase in malware that hides its true intentions from its victims.
Customer information theft breaches data protection rules.
Decision to force legacy users into upgrading both MSN and Windows Live Messenger to the latest unaffected release '
Fujitsu Services to deploy operational data warehouse for Norfolk constabulary.
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