The retail giant has signed up for new software to manage labour costs and improve customer services levels across its UK and international operations.
A new feature-rich test version of Internet Explorer is released, which replicates some of the features in Mozilla's Firefox
Sony's chief executive says that Sony Ericsson 'must do better'.
The latest survey of information security professionals has, unsurprisingly, put data security at the top of their list of business concerns.
Staggering amounts of malware detected and blocked, mainly due to compromised websites and SQL injection attacks.
Companies using outsourced IT services have found that confusion reigns when it comes to innovation, according to research.
A survey from an ID security company claims that the majority of IT administrators would steal company data if they were laid off.
Bank details sold on eBay, prisoners’ records escape, UK PLC looks away.
Gartner predicts that the worldwide economic situation will affect the mobile phone market.
The main IT systems supplier to Beijing’s Olympic Games said records were broken behind the scenes, as the infrastructure performed without a hitch.
The first version on the new mobile phone OS has dropped Bluetooth and Google instant messaging integration.
Google will offer real-time suggestions for web searches on the main Google homepage, after successful testing in Labs.
Software firm reissues patch for the third time in two months.
Acquisitions, restructuring and more mobility innovations feature in the future for Motorola.
Storage leader introduces a new product in the Celerra line aimed at small businesses and remote workers.
Keypad and keyboard equipped HTC handset provides alternative to touchscreen enabled smartphones.
The safety of Linux is being questioned after distributor Red Hat admits to being hacked.
A computer was bought for £35 on eBay which contained around a million bank records.
Shepherd and Wedderburn cut printing by 40 per cent and paper filing by 80 per cent.
Stockport College to become UK’s first ‘College of the Future’ in £100m project.
The Conservative party has commissioned the British Computer Society to review the NHS IT.
ClusterScale attacks the load balancing market with a product brimming with value, but can is also score for ease-of-use?
Server shipments grew 12 per cent while revenue grew nearly six per cent in the second quarter of 2008.
The Intel Developer Forum dominated IT this week, but major public sector stories have also grabbed the attention.
A USB stick containing around 130,000 prisoner and ex-offender details goes missing from private contractor PA Consulting.
Move over Asimov: personal robotics could put a paranoid android in every home.
Saving power and connecting devices; the technology you’ll get next
We’re not far away from the point where machines know more than we do, Intel claimed in its final IDF keynote.
Steve Wozniak reminds us he’s not a queue jumper and encourages developers to keep doing their thang.
Britons spent the equivalent of £79 per head in July, despite economic fears.
Low-cost portable with tablet interface to ship in Q4.
As IDF draws all the attention, McAfee quietly announces a major security initiative for Intel’s mobile devices and laptops.
Can 3’s own-brand Skype smartphone cut it against better-known competition, and does it improve on last year’s original?
Linux-powered internet radio platform raises potential for third party expansion.
Investigations are under way after Mac and Windows users reported their clipboards were hijacked.
Intel promises “screaming performance” and energy efficiency at the same time with Nehalem
Intel claims highest performance, lowest power SSDs.
BP takes to the stage at IDF to detail how mobile internet devices are adding bottom-line value.
Day two of IDF kicks off with Moorestown teaser and rallying call for developers to unleash their innovation in the mobile space.