Search giant considering purchase of social navigation company.
Mega founder says he hasn’t sued over patent filed in 1998 yet, but may do in the future.
Ask Watson service to respond to customer needs.
Government gives local groups an extra three weeks to submit their applications.
Graham Palmer, head of Intel UK, explains his plans for the launch of the company's multi-core processor range and
Following its takeover by EMC and a tough European security conference, we examine what the future holds for RSA Securit
Microsoft's Vista is supposed to be the most secure version of Windows yet. We see how it measures up.
Disk drive giant Hitachi plans to launch a new 5400 RPM, 2.5 inch hard disk drive next year with a 250GB capacity.
Proposals for new far-reaching data protection laws along the lines of those already in force in the US are being mooted
New owner quick to downplay impact on users as leading UPS maker is acquired by French electrical equipment maker.
HP lifted the lid on its latest range of storage modules for its blade chassis with up to 876GB of direct attached Raid
The mobile phone giant has launched a new downloadable application that will make it easier for business users to know w
Services giant Accenture pips four other vendors to the post to win the contract to support the Olympic back office syst
DriveTrust technology adds password-protected data security to hard disks, integrated into the drive hardware.
The aviation world is becoming increasingly tech-savvy and providing a great example that many other industries should t
The UK broadband market is showing signs of healthy recovery according to statistics from Point Topic
Rising numbers of physical and digital identity thefts fuelled by rising value to criminals of fresh identities and cred
US analyst report highlights concerns over Windows Mobile and Exchange support for push email, but UK analysts downplay
The human rights campaigner is attending this week's IGF to ensure that fundamental net issues remain at the heart
The IPPR is calling for changes in the current copyright law to decriminalise millions of users' behaviour
The UK has increased its fondness for R&D activity by bolstering spend in this area according to the DTI
Britain's top ISPs battle it out on the pitch at Wembley to raise money for IT charity
IT managers flock to learn about combating the terrorists online
Leeds City Council is nearing the end of its BT Corporate Fusion trial and is ready to extend the technology to other ar
Competition pulled after Virgin finds out web users are more disturbed than it thought
Secunia issues new alert as flaw number three is found in Microsoft's new browser
The IGF's inaugural meeting kicks off today to discuss how we can work together to help the web reach its full pote
Californian city is the latest US area to give its citizens access to free high-speed internet access, highlighting the
A new report reveals over 77 percent of consumers look online before they buy offline
SpamThrus uses a hacked Kaspersky antivirus engine to eliminate the competition
Companies need to see IT energy consumption as a mandatory consideration rather than an afterthought says Butler Group
An Australian court has fined a spammer A$5.5 million (£2.23 million) for sending over 280 million spam emails.
WiMax trials are now taking place in the UK, offering high-bandwidth broadband connectivity via wide area wireless.
Train operator becomes the first in the UK to have a full fleet of Wi-Fi-connected trains
Technology has been great enabler in recent years, but organisations must prepare for great change in the next 10 years
Charles Simonyi is heading for the International Space Station but may have some work to do while he's there.
New system allows low power mobile networks to be set up internally
IE7 has been out less than a week, and already two potential security problems have been found.
Microsoft chief says the market looks solid for the company ahead of the PlayStation 3 launch
The digital divide is deepening as many homes continue to snub household internet access according to Point Topic
The sun always shines in 3D
Warwick Business School plans to find out how much downtime is really costing businesses in the UK
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