Gartner report suggests social networking is still just for fun, but predicts that will soon start to change.
The two chip makers are fighting it out in an American appeals court over royalties Broadcom says Qualcomm owes it for phone chip tech.
If you want fast efficient scanning to archive documents the Xerox DocuMate 262i has to be on your shortlist.
But the number of new jobs being created is starting to slip, research has revealed.
TfL CIO claims councils are too slow to personalise IT, and outlines challenges for London in providing tech for travel.
Two new surveys have found UK firms not only pay just lip service to green IT than their European counterparts, but also struggle to demonstrate savings.
The Cornish university aims to use its major networks upgrade to boost communications resources and raise its standing among the top UK universities.
A survey from analyst house Gartner has shown that more than half of users will be unhappy with the slow rate of IT change by 2013, largely because of differences in how people use tech.
Microsoft has only issued four “important” security patches this month, but security experts say half should be treated as critical.
London is urged to use infrared mapping technology to find out which buildings are wasting the most heat and to help save energy.
Microsoft has warned of a possible vulnerability in Microsoft Office Word 2002 with Service Pack 3.
HTC has touted the Touch Diamond as an iPhone killer? But is this Diamond shiny enough to distract anyone from picking up an Apple?
It's looking like the numbers of new 3G iPhones being sold is far outstripping sales from its launch last year, with websites unable to cope with demand.
Hywel Dda NHS Trust gets improved information access, while Steria teams up with Dorset County Council to provide a contact centre upgrade.
The market-leading phone maker is expected to report another bumper quarter thanks to buoyant sales of low-end handsets in developing economic areas.
IBM predicts data governance will become a required discipline for organisations, while also finding that businesses need to better inventory information to reduce risk.
Diane Greene has stepped down from VMware, the virutalisation market leader she co-founded, after the firm said it expected less revenue growth than previously forecast.
Two new reports into the future for IT professional and graduate employment paint a mixed picture in terms of recruitment growth and demand for new starters.
The UK passport agency has dumped its long troubled and costly second-generation e-passport project.
Department of Work and Pensions vows to do more after the Public Accounts Committee highlights errors responsible for spiralling costs.
The communications regulator is undertaking a project to reduce its CO2 emissions that will focus on making its IT more eco-friendly.
Reports suggest at least 25 new undersea cables will be laid by 2010, at a cost of over $6 billion.
Microsoft's Access targeted by online attackers through newly-found vulnerability, but the software firm hasn't offered a patch.
Having lost, won, then lost again, the networking specialist is again appealing a patent dispute decision that, at one stage, saw it receive a multi billion dollar judgement in its favour.
A blow for AMD after it loses the contract to supply the animation studio with processors for its workstations and servers.
Nearly a tenth of computer science graduates are listed as unemployed by HESA, despite a major skills gap.
Microsoft will open talks again on the long running deal - but only if it can deal with a new Yahoo board.
A Generation Y teenager will get to help lead an IT services company with a £250 million revenue to share their knowledge of new technologies.
The mobile operator confirms those looking to buy or upgrade to the new 3G version of Apple’s iPhone should head for a shop this Friday.
The Information Commissioner has criticised current European data protection law, launching a new assessment into its strengths and weaknesses.
Adobe's Acrobat gets its most significant upgrade in years. Is it an essential purchase?
Most City employees work in their time off, risking security from lost laptops.
But organisations face the challenge of finding expertise to make effective use of their new capability, according to the latest market research.
The chief exec of Keynote Systems discusses the future of web performance and how PC and mobile worlds will crossover.
UK leads use of IT in schools, Jim Knight has said, as he launches a new government plan to keep up with the pace of change.
Associated Newspapers and Northcliffe Media have alerted staff at their newspapers that a stolen laptop contained their banking details.
After pressure from webmasters the antivirus company has implemented a fix for its ‘LinkScanner’, to solve the issue of ‘fake’ traffic flooding the internet.
Can Nokia stake a claim against the iPhone in the high-end smartphone wars? Stephen Pritchard certainly thinks it can.
The government has launched a programme that aims to discover how it can emulate private sector savings of up 50 per cent on back office operations and IT.
It's the 60th anniversary of the NHS, so we asked IT PRO readers what they thought about the massive IT upgrade plan.