The web is still a bright young thing with so much to learn and achieve, according to Intel.
IT PRO speaks to Steve Murphy, UK Managing Director of storage technology specialist Hitachi Data Systems.
In the first of an on-going series examining IT markets around the globe, we look at whether investing in Russia is worth the risk – and how to go about it the right way.
Laptops gain quad core chips, Atom will go lower power.
Wansbeck Homes is introducing new mobile technology to enable staff to manage repair updates remotely as part of an a major investment project.
Mobile suppliers Ericsson and STMicroelectronics merge wireless chip and software businesses.
Revenues grow across all divisions, with PC sales holding up especially well.
Border controls go hi tech, as a new biometric facial recognition system is tested at Manchester Airport.
The recent Apple iPhone software update was to do with recent connection problems, claims European mobile service provider T-Mobile.
At IDF Intel pushes its new chip design - the Core i7 based on the 'Nehalem' - as it looks forward to new technologies.
IT PRO traces the history of Chip and PIN in the UK and how criminals have began to target its weaknesses to commit fraud.
A report by Harvey Nash predicts that senior churn among IT professionals will stabilise, despite 72 per cent of IT leaders looking for new jobs.
Updated laptops designed with security features and affordable prices to tempt business customers.
Data centre specialist Evolution will help Netstore lower its bills thanks to its energy efficient data centre design.
The Finnish mobile phone giant still has a big market share - but is looking over its shoulder as battery life becomes central to future success.
Lost revenue through greater regulation has forced Vodafone to lift prices for its contract and pay-as-you go customers.
New licensing for server applications and expanded support is announced by Microsoft to move virtualisation forward into the mainstream.
Details of Dell's entry into the low-cost laptop market are leaked online, with a claim that we could see the device sooner rather than later.
As a precursor to tomorrow’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) event, the chip giant has detailed some of its research efforts to link the digital and physical worlds together.
Regularly updated coverage from the show floor of Intel's developer conference in San Francisco.
Intel launches innovator challenge with big money up for grabs to help bring ideas to fruition.
The virtual will dominate the next century of innovation: speculations from IDF.
Intel’s chairman opens the show by lamenting his own country’s education system.
Company adds to notebook range with lightweight Elitebooks, designed for portability and durability.
‘Green’ storage provider announces a new solution for small to medium sized businesses.
New search engine claims to search the internet using pictures, rather than text.
Is the internet fatally flawed? IT PRO looks at how isolated attacks on Domain Name System servers have risen in profile to become one of the most talked about threats in 2008.
The majority of desktop NAS vendors have always made a big play for the consumer market but with its latest Disk Station, Synology wants a piece of the small business market too.
Improved thin-and-light notebook boosts performance and storage options over its predecessor.
A survey of teachers has shown most schools use surveillance cameras to improve security and monitor students.
The latest government data breach has some wondering if it's possible to ever trust the public sector with information.
Orange's director of devices lays out the company's strategy and explains how his firm is handling iPhone fever.
Despite concerns for the global economy, IT spending is set to grow eight per cent this year, according to Gartner.
New legislation that came into force today sees mobile phone use in cars hit hard in an effort to deter use.
The International Standards Organisation has rejected an appeal to prevent Microsoft's OOXML from becoming an international standard.
The Treasury’s IT buying arm has signed two deals to deliver technology savings to the NHS and public sector organisations procuring printers.
Microsoft launches a new blog to give details of its next operating system.
The chipmaker has dumped the Centrino tag from its chipset designed for mobile internet browsing devices just months after its launch.
This time it’s not Terminal 5 that left thousands of passengers and dozens of flights delayed last night.
A number of high-profile cancellations and replacements show an appetite and willingness for firms to change their IT contracts.