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Browser maker anger as Dell charges £16 to pre-install its software.
Microsoft adds up how many patents it claims free and open-source software infringes.
Java promoter envisions sub-£25 mobile phone to spread computing power in world market
Redmond's server virtualization technology to come with more limitations than anticipated
IP telephony carrier reports higher revenues and a possible break in its Verizon litigation headache
The book giant is moving closer to the launch of its revamped, proprietary website by implementing an order management s
Edexcel plans to equip a large number of bags containing exam papers with RFID tags so that it can deter, prevent and de
Demand for GSM is here to stay, with the telecoms equipment vendor delivering a new base station in India every 15 minut
Three criminals gangs vie for supremacy in war to create mega zombie computer botnets.
New agreement sees Microsoft and SanDisk develop U3 replacement for flash memory.
RIM announces Visual Studio development tools at its Wireless Enterprise Symposium
ICQ users left without access to messaging platform, forum flooded with complaints.
Simpler but still secure company phone calls by replacing your desk phone with a BlackBerry.
New domains could be in place by summer 2008.
Average pay packets for technology staff in the UK has grown to £32,965 in the past year.
Hitachi ships what it claims to be world's fastest, highest capacity notebook hard disk with optional hardware encr
The mobile phone manufacturer ultimately plans to include the alerts in all of its devices.
The government's National Identity Scheme will cost an extra £40 million a year over the next decade.
The corporate world is mirroring the fickle world of the consumer when it comes to switching internet service providers
Liberal Democrats calls public IT a "laughing stock" after data shows apparent budget overspends, but Cabinet
New survey finds that over half of employees would not know what to do if their company was the victim of a hacking atta
City council links up satellite offices and home workers on 10Mbps connection for less than its old 2Mbps connection.
New study finds that the amount of spam hitting smaller companies' email servers shot up by a third in twelve month
Even with the proposed price cuts of as much as 70 per cent, many users will still feel cheated according to research pu
Computer users have been furnished with yet another acronym, this time one that describes those who spend time idly surf
Users will no longer tolerate sites that take their time loading according to research published this week.
European satellite navigation program continues to suffer delays as contractors look unlikely to meet planning deadline.
Intel today officially launched the next generation of its Centrino mobile platform, formerly code named Santa Rosa.
A failure to properly secure company wireless network points allowed thieves to hack into its network and access key dat
Cheap ADSL broadband services from ISP and telco rivals, falling telephone revenues plus the on-going fallout from its f
When faced with a computer failure, 70 per cent of office workers try to fix the problem themselves before asking for he
Version two of Google Analytics receives worldwide rollout, as well as a stack of new features including email reporting
Telecoms giant and the company behind Java will collaborate to create platform for multimedia apps, using Java as its ba
Leading analyst predicts the market for virtualisation will increase from 540,000 last year to four million in 2009.
Santa Rosa is here and PC and laptop manufacturers are ready, willing and able to deliver products based on the new inno
The computing giant is beefing up its Latitude range in response to user demand for more solutions that meet the variety
Intel partnering with open source operating system developer for low-power release
Telecom operator's new Internet and television service hopes to reach millions by 2009
Online retailer to buy way out of Big Blue's bad book; deal includes cross-licensing arrangement
Open Grid Forum in Manchester points to the business world as it tries to prove that grid computing model isn't jus
As users start to spend more time travelling or visiting clients, they're showing stronger cravings for work.
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