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Developer of first popular high-level programming language passes away at Oregon home.
Microsoft's new operating system Vista is unlikely to spur adoption and upgrades by large businesses, according to
South London council expects to save £3 million over five years with modernisation plan and another £230,000 annually wi
Researchers focus on social networking site in bid to kill off fad for themed bug-hunting months.
New laptops offer faster boot times, improved performance and higher reliability.
The premiership football club has switched from tape to disk backup to reduce costs and provide greater peace of mind in
New report finds that viruses can pass through secure connections undetected by anti-virus products.
GP2GP interoperability system allows information to be sent between different computer systems for the first time.
Passengers flying with any one of the 17 member airlines can sign up to receive SMS or e-mail alerts to help plan their
The latest Threat Report from Symantec highlights that government organisations are increasingly at risk.
The supermarket giant is investing £450 million in an ambitious modernisation programme, a large chunk of which will be
Charity Commission conference tells non-profit organisations to look to the Arctic Monkeys for lessons on using online i
Production growth and falling prices, along with a plethora of new device makers have narrowed the gap between flash and
Big blue has made beta versions of Lotus Notes and Domino 8 available for download for users keen to get a glimpse of th
7u, 10 blade solution announced at CeBIT puts blades into the reach of smaller businesses and branch offices, as well as
Conservative leader David Cameron criticises reforms to health services, including the Modernising Medical Careers progr
BT Wholesale has come to the rescue of stranded Biscit users by setting up a hotline to issue the MAC codes necessary fo
There is more to satellite navigation technology than route planning for consumers.
Former top executive of Japanese portal found guilty in securities fraud trial
New service to provide interoperability reassurance, support, and a potential one-stop shop for IT buyers
Search giant said to have staffed up to unveil powerful, productivity-minded multifunction handheld
Searching across police databases and linking information to be made easier with new version of Home Office Large Major
New RAID controllers, SAS and SATA controllers announced, as well as migration of devices to PCI Express.
Storage and computing giants to collaborate on products and services for next generation data centres.
Social networking site for professionals buys slice of Chinese platform to extend access into growing market.
Health services IT programme will eventually allow patients to access their own records from their home computers.
StickyKeys function could be subverted to give attackers full access to user's machine.
Criminals use cross-site scripting flaw to compromise hundreds of sites on Blogger.com
IT PRO spoke to the man who created Java about where it came from, its status today and what direction the language is h
Creator of the world wide web tells students at the University of Southampton that creativity is the key to web sciences
The charity has worked with Cisco and other partners to make use of leading-edge web technology to make it quicker and
Deutsche Telekom division to use mIDentity memory drives as security devices and to run stored applications.
Gait recognition using controlled tunnels could enhance security in airports or the Olympic Games, say researchers at th
The retail giant plans to leverage the best of British to ensure its global operations, including its imminent US launch
Health minister Andy Burnham said he will advise National Health Service trusts to lift the ban on the use of mobile pho
Cisco to add web conferencing to its Unified Communications portfolio.
Old PCs never die, they just get sold on eBay or given to charity.
HSBC is the latest customer to take advantage of Microsoft and Novell's pact to work together rather than waging wa
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