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BroadGroup report shows that high demand applications are driving power consumption at data centres.
Mobile phone operators have called on manufacturers to use standard USB connectors to charge and connect their handsets.
Saga IT director takes on outgoing AA counterpart duties, dumps £50-million IBM outsourcing deal.
With two outstanding shared-source applications awaiting approval by the Open Source Initiative, we look at the implicat
Google seeking European and American approval for its £1.5 billion takeover of online ad firm DoubleClick.
Newer, cheaper technologies drive fastest growing broadband markets in Eastern Europe and Asia.
Users keen to run Windows XP rather than Vista on their machines will now find it far easier, thanks to a new scheme fro
The One Laptop Per Child programme is set to offer a "give one, get one" scheme to encourage donations.
Heath food company takes store-based management to task with new web-based retail software.
The 10,000 CCTV cameras across London seem to have little effect on solving crime, statistics obtained by the London Ass
New range sees Xerox clash with HP in the market for enterprise printers with lower running costs off-set by higher hard
The way we access broadband will change next year thanks to WiMAX technology and Intel's new mobile platforms, acco
Major fingerprint scanner deal moves biometric visa programme ahead.
Exceeding acceptable levels of internet use leads to investigations and sackings at Neath Port Talbot council in South W
WiMAX will be an option on Menlow UMPC systems and Montevina Centrino notebooks next year and Intel is investing with KD
Solid state hard drives could matter more in the data centre than on notebooks.
Vale Royal Borough opts for fault-tolerant servers, students get access to digital maps and Wales offers foot-and-mouth
Strong first quarter results suggest database giant making headway in target markets.
Analysis: The online run on the bank experienced by Northern Rock has provoked concern over how reliable other online ba
Schools minister praises new diplomas, saying they offer the right mix of practical and academic education.
Analysis: The enterprise software giant puts $400m bet on mid-sized firms but will it pay out for either SAP or its cust
Apple chief to give evidence in SEC share options case examining former general counsel Nancy Heinen's role in the
The true mobile internet needs a PC, however small, but it might not be running Windows.
The chip giant renews its developer marriage vows and promises to do even more to encourage developers to engage with it
The labyrinth of booths at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) played home to many technology gems.
As the biggest IT user in the UK, the government needs to set a better example, Cabinet Office Minister Gillian Merron h
The UK's online services and "Gov 2.0" has been ranked fifth in Europe by a Capgemini survey.
Irish firm will rollout "Network NI" over the next two years for the Northern Ireland Civil Service.
No more private or public funding needed to fund satellite navigation project, the European Commission has said.
City Council increases productivity and efficiency with real time mobile and performance management systems.
First the lawsuit falls apart, then collapse looms, now SCO warns of Nasdaq delisting.
The latest takeover of the Sniffer creator comes just 10 years after McAfee bought the business for $1.1 billion, and so
New research from Deloitte Global Security finds that nearly a third of breaches are inside jobs.
Airbus UK head Iain Gilmour Gray takes on new role to advise on IT-related policies and innovation.
IT PRO talks to IT managers to get their views on the growing importance of disaster recovery provisions, and to find ho
Ofcom's move to offer 3G services on 2G networks could mean auctioning off radio spectrum from Vodafone and O2.
New survey finds that reducing storage headaches is the number one problem for IT managers.
Global agreement mobilises Lotus and Domino apps on a multitude of mobile devices, not just BlackBerry phones.
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