Reports suggest those buying PAYG mobiles will be forced to provide ID, but the Home Office couldn’t be forced to confirm or deny whether that is indeed the case.
The students’ union has criticised poor procedures and IT for late allowance payments that are putting the education of thousands at risk.
The threat of the SQL infection rears its ugly head again as Adobe becomes the latest big brand to suffer an attack on its website.
Processor company shows a working version of its upcoming Atom processor, codenamed ‘Moorestown’ at its developer forum in Taiwan.
The much-anticipated release is now out in the wild.
The German software maker seeks damage limitation, claiming Oracle has made copyright lawsuit too complex in an attempt to bog down proceedings.
Sign up for fixed and get limited mobile for free on BT's new plan.
Even top political figures can fall victim to bank account fraud, as Nicolas Sarkozy has proven.
Research into the energy efficiency of some vendor’s equipment lifecycles has found proactive evidence, but there is still much that can be done.
BT Openzone releases details of cheaper new tariffs as well as new European hotspots.
The economy might be struggling, but top IT firms like Nokia, AMD and Sony Ericsson aren't losing as much as expected, while IBM and Google hold steady.
Laptops and netbooks are propping up PC sales in the EMEA region according to another set of analyst figures.
We take a look at a no compromise workgroup laser printer from Sharp.
Cars designed using specialist design software have won the UK’s premier touring car championship titles.
The FBI, SOCA and other international law enforcement agencies join forces to close down a site dealing with the buying and selling of stolen data.
How an overnight upgrade to the HOLMES computing system helped Suffolk police manage the data necessary to catch Steve Wright after he murdered five women.
Artificial Intelligence and Big Brother look to move from the pages of science fiction to computer - and public sector - reality.
With so many major government tech projects in the pipeline, more IT graduates are needed to keep up with demand, the BCS has said.
Video conferencing specialists highlight price to performance breakthrough and carbon footprint benefits of new system.
Her Majesty the Queen visits Google’s London Victoria offices today.
The first photos of the PicoBook Pro, Apricot's first new product in nearly a decade.
We unbox and take a first look at Apple's redesigned MacBook Pro laptop and show you what's new - and what's changed.
The 80s British PC maker is back in the UK with new owners and a new netbook.
Another Intel acquisition increases its Ethernet networking options.
New additions to Toshiba include high-end ultra-portable and budget focused entry-level netbook.
But mega deals still retain the capability of raising the total value of deals signed in 2008 above last year’s total.
The enterprise software giant releases a big package of security fixes for the last time this year.
T-Mobile will make the G1 available from 30 October.
As the US prepares to make its mind up in its Presidential election, Datamonitor says voting machine vendors must work to maintain public confidence in their products.
IT recruits should be particularly wary of the affect what is posted about them online could have on their future job prospects, a survey has said.
The Queen visits the Google offices, and to mark the occasion the company adds her picture to its logo.
The communications provider declares it is the first vendor to begin shipping out next-generation 4G technology.
Flights may be a thing of the past - executives can now talk face to face by hiring rooms fitted with TelePresence technology.
Orange and HP look to reach a strategic agreement for the first half of 2009.
The upcoming Nokia 5310 XpressMusic phone will offer competition to Apple's dominant iTunes platform.
The ShareSpace is WD's first true NAS appliance, aimed at small offices and prosumers. We put it through its paces.
It’s all about what you store, not where you store it…
The police have the power to put you in jail if you don’t hand over encryption keys to the data they want.
Jacqui Smith stresses that a database of communications intercepts will not contain content from emails and phone calls, as a government minister slams the plans.
The top storage news from the show floor of this year's Storage Expo in London.