HTC faces One Mini ban from end of this week after court ruling on patent infringement.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group CEO speaks out after customers hit by another round of tech...
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos reveals company's latest attempt to ensure faster product drop...
Shoppers cautioned to take care with web purchases in what could be busiest online...
The charity has worked with Cisco and other partners to make use of leading-edge web technology to make it quicker and
Deutsche Telekom division to use mIDentity memory drives as security devices and to run stored applications.
Gait recognition using controlled tunnels could enhance security in airports or the Olympic Games, say researchers at th
The retail giant plans to leverage the best of British to ensure its global operations, including its imminent US launch
Health minister Andy Burnham said he will advise National Health Service trusts to lift the ban on the use of mobile pho
Cisco to add web conferencing to its Unified Communications portfolio.
Old PCs never die, they just get sold on eBay or given to charity.
HSBC is the latest customer to take advantage of Microsoft and Novell's pact to work together rather than waging wa
Information Commissioner takes to task banks and building societies over dumping of customer details in bins.
128GB flash-based drives offer replacement of platter-based desktop disks.
London Underground plans to test commercial and technical viability of mobile coverage on the below-ground sections of t
Users of RFID will not benefit from specific regulation, but e-privacy directive changes planned.
Search giant aims to anonymise internet user data that could be used to identify people.
New enterprise product will "help improve application availability and business transaction performance".
New version of Red Hat's enterprise-level Linux distribution goes on general release, offering users revised pricin
Telecoms giant triples the number of apprenticeships on offer to 625.
IT services arm of German telecoms giant Deutsche has expansion and competition with UK telecoms and IT companies in its
The mobile giant will offer business users a flat-rate day fee from the beginning of July.
New security procedures put load on bank servers as customers rush to change login details.
The two companies are working together to provide a cost-effective support solution for small and medium sized businesse
Organisations urged to block access to virtual world over concerns that employees spend too much time playing the game.
The retail giant is revamping its Virgin Megastore site in a bid to take advantage of the world of Web 2.0.
Organisations are still experiencing a rapid rate of business change, but often there is a gap between how agile they ar
The maturity of speech recognition technology proves that offshoring is not the only option for call centre operations t
Companies are warned that they won't be able to control their communications overheads if they can't measure t
Redmond would gain voice interaction technology and revenues from voice-inquiry services
Markup language authority establishes and relaunches several working groups to define the next generation of HTML and XH
USB-interface solid state storage devices set to compete against small form-factor spinning media in embedded applicatio
Media giant files suit seeking huge financial penalties and various injunctions against video-on-demand site
Latest figures from IDC find that total Nas capacity shipped in last quarter of 2006 was 1,030 petabytes.
Students at the University of Dundee have created a web-based Museum of Lost Interactions so that people can get a bette
Survey shows over 40 per cent of companies have a formal policy encouraging virtual meetings in place of business travel
Microsoft's Office OpenXML formats are set for a fast track standardisation process after receiving the initial go-
The ISP says it is considering its strategic options but hasn't ruled out the possibility of a sale.
Andrew Rollerson tells House of Commons committee that the National Programme for IT is not doomed to failure, but needs
The communications giant is embarking on a global initiative to extend its IP network globally and accelerate product de
Gartner predicts higher reliability could drive adoption of solid state disks.
The internet and emerging innovations must be used ethically to work for people, not against them, warns UN report.
Electronics giant unveils new flash memory for phones that can store 2,000 songs or map data for Western hemisphere.
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