Special mobile unit was set up in 2010 to steal encryption keys
Social forum will pull nude pictures if victims say they were posted without consent
This time the social networking giant comes under fire from Belgian data privacy watchdog
The company's CEO will meet Europe's anti-trust chief next week to decide on...
The two companies look to support STEM-D students with free web hosting service to free them from sole reliance on unive
Educators believe technology is necessary to improve the quality of education in schools, according to a new survey.
The mobile operator adds talk time and texts to iPhone tariffs, claiming it means users get more for their money.
New range of enterprise virtual chassis-based switches see the carrier infrastructure maker move firmly into the Cisco-d
A £600,000 radio frequency identification trial could be rolled out to help spur the productivity of the automotive indu
Internet technology leaders dominate recent poll of most influential technologists.
Virgin Media offers free 10Mb/sec upgrades, with plans for 50Mb/sec rollout.
The mobile phone giant makes plans to acquire Trolltech and signs up to WWF's Climate Savers programme.
Increasing the productivity of the UK technology sectors could mean more money for the economy, but will need investment
A survey to mark Data Protection Day has shown that just half of Europeans trust that their personal data is being kept
Boosey & Hawkes boosts application response times, reduces costs and maximises productivity with new network optimis
With the second most active web population, the UK is leading the move to online shopping.
The automotive manufacturer is rolling out a global knowledge sharing and learning programme designed to create 'am
The business ISP market looks set to mirror the price cuts and consolidation seen in the consumer market, according to i
The Information Commissioner's Office has called the use of sound recording technology on CCTV cameras "highly
Manage your data and encrypt everything all the time - that's the advice from security experts in the wake of anoth
The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas provided an opportunity to explore the links between science fic
'Isaiah' architecture boasts green credentials in the form of improved performance combined with lower power c
UK holiday and caravan park operator streamlines internal buying with new on-demand, purchase-to-pay e-procurement porta
Salisbury NHS Trust rolls out a new wireless local area network, six million use Choose and Book, and Swale boosts its m
Work to upgrade integrated network services in anticipation of growing customer and traffic numbers delivers greater res
Withdrawal of two systems integrators adds to problems for increasingly controversial national identity scheme.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has found the high street retailer in breach of the Data Protection Act
Saturation of mobile phone ownership in developed countries will see handset sales drop to single-digit growth this year
The Finnish mobile phone giant continues to prosper in a market where some device makers are struggling.
Legal 500 firm Glaisyers has increased its Legal Aid administrative support through more efficient report production and
Police in Wiltshire have signed on for a new £2 million mobile working system, to help them get back to basics of polici
Research reveals nearly two in every three have no processes in place to maintain data quality, despite recognising the
PC maker says the popularity of Linux-based machines has prompted it to add another laptop pre-installed with Ubuntu to
Local authority technology partners believe "homeshoring" - letting call centre workers work from home - can h
New business desktop is the first to use solid-state hard drive system, the firm has claimed.
Study reveals which UK banking operations are the biggest targets for spam and phishing scams.
The world's biggest annual rugby tournament gets business intelligence tools in renewed technology sponsorship deal
Research reveals that online retailers lack knowledge of consumer and need to improve if they are going to compete effec
The PC maker and software giant become the latest companies to release products that benefit U2 singer Bono's (Red)
Fujitsu Siemens suggests that most data centres will be automated in the next four years, creating a need to retrain IT
Manufacturers have shipped more than 10 billion processors designed by the British chip company.
Research reveals that only 15 per cent of smaller businesses have an effective IT strategy that allows them to compete w
The Ministry of Justice has confirmed it is missing four CDs containing personal details of witnesses and victims involv
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