Apple confirmed the release date, specs and pricing for iPad Air 2 at its launch event....
Connection negates the need for fibre optic cable to be laid underground
EE offers the most solid 4G signal, while Three is best for voice calls - unless you...
Samsung has revealed new technology making Wi-Fi speeds five-times faster for devices...
Web-based operating systems have a long and rich history, but only now are we starting to see some emerging projects tha
Study paper finds too few companies look to managed hosting to mitigate growing costs of maintaining energy efficient IT
Reports suggest that Apple is finally coming round to supporting third-party app install on the iPhone as an incentive t
Kartenhaus.de, a daughter company of Ticketmaster has informed its customers that credit card information from 66,000 cu
ERP software giant sets sights on business intelligence market.
Fashion retailer partnership offers customers secure, compliant payment option for new e-commerce website.
Hospital chooses proximity cards and biometrics to simplify access to secure applications and cut help desk calls.
The management of a company's online reputation is now becoming a business imperative, warns analyst Gartner.
Primary Care Trust in Birmingham to cut management and costs by moving telephony onto the N3 network.
Pipex Wireless re-brands as Freedom4 and pinpoints Manchester as the next city on its WiMAX hit list.
With Apple's iPhone smartphone going on sale in the UK on 9 November, the network operator with the exclusive carri
Roaming charge price capping deemed a success by European Regulators Group.
New site, also open to non-members, will offer careers advice and all types of IT roles.
The heavy integration necessary for successful social computing projects demands a service oriented view.
IT education and research council website launch will create assessment framework repository.
The Network is the Computer - it is an old saying made famous by Sun boss Scott McNealy.
Interim progress review calls for more innovation and a £100 million in funding to encourage high-tech healthcare.
Sun Microsystems has previewed its new hypervisor and management software, set for full release next year.
The communications giant wants its customers to share Wi-Fi.
Palm boss insists delayed new version of Palm's own operating system is critical for the business, despite the succ
Race monitoring ensures competitors' safety and allows fans to follow progress with 3D images.
The mobile phone network unveils a range of heavily discounted DSL broadband services for O2 mobile phone customers, its
Low-tech alternative to chip and PIN already has card issuers, banks, schools and councils interested.
EnGage gateway platform is completed, Bassetlaw uses IT for environmental health, and Tameside upgrades legal processes.
Chief executive Steve Ballmer is staying silent for the time being over whether the company will fight the recent ruling
The world's largest particle physics laboratory prepares for major storage growth with new data assurance tool.
The airline has turned itself into a serious 21st market force by embracing the power of the web and its ability to help
Analytics for insurance, retail and telecoms will predict the right products and aid regulation.
Takeover of UK-based SurfControl for £204 million formally completes after gaining regulatory approval in the UK and US.
The Business Software Alliance warns companies against prices which are too good to be true, as they may come with malwa
Search engine giant begins to integrate Postini's security technology into its hosted applications to boost their e
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act now carries up to five-year jail sentence if data or keys not handed over.
More signs that online media is winning the battle with print and broadcast as PricewaterhouseCoopers-compiled report sh
Despite being hard to use and delivering out of date reports, BI is still seen as key to improving daily operations, a s
Dynamic, rather than packaged, applications will enable businesses to capitalise on market opportunities rapidly and sta
Gartner's vice president and fellow uses BEA's conference in Barcelona this week to urge CIOs and IT managers
Newcastle-Under-Lyme council follows up server virtualisation with disaster recovery, and looks to desktops, too.
Business arm continues to bolster its SME offering through acquisitions.
Power of chief information officers is falling as businesses are increasingly seeing IT as a support function, its makin
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