We look at powerful security cameras and the sex lives of tech obsessives. Also this week, HSBC has security certification problems and Orange updates its mobile broadband charges
Google fires off opening salvo in battle between iPhone and Google's Android-based devices, claiming that Apple's phone has a "lot of restrictions".
The saga continues as Yahoo sits down to listen to Microsoft's vision of a united company at a meeting last Monday.
The government has set out its strategic policy to increase demand and create new markets for innovation and skills in the UK.
The software giant buys desktop virtualisation firm Kidaro to boost its optimisation offering for its Software Assurance programme.
National Health Service (NHS) becomes one of the world's largest implementations of Oracle's human resources management system.
Formula 1 team gains new wireless networking partner with extension of Wi-Fi to more team areas, increasing its ability to communicate directly with its Japanese headquarters.
White paper highlights the vast amount of digital information out there, and what it will mean for the business world.
AOL acquires Bebo to beef up its social networking reach.
The local authority has announced a deal to move to a single, core high-speed network in support of shared services IT transformation programme.
Breach Security upgrades its flagship software, as CEO speaks to IT PRO about the growing threat against web applications
The company has confirmed rumours of Blu-ray powered laptop range.
The Redmond giant gives version of Windows 7 to the US government, perhaps suggesting that Vista's successor may be ready to roll next year.
With little or no new legislation concerning the skills development, procurement and use of IT by UK business, Alistair Darling's budget appears to hold little interest for trade and industry bod
Wireless keyboard set sports Vista inspired design cues and ergonomic layout along with rechargeable mouse.
Communications giant unveils new virtual phone system.
After two years of consecutive reductions in UK card fraud losses, APACS full-year figures shows fraud in countries yet to implement chip and PIN has pushed fraud levels back up.
Businesses are concerned over potential security issues arising from remote working and guest network access, according to report.
The software vendor's monthly round of software updates places hackers' attentions firmly on its productivity suite, including an Excel exploit that's been in the wild for weeks.
Chip maker appoints Dell veteran to its technology infrastructure role.
12.5 million working computers are dumped in landfills every year, according to new research.
Graduates and managers disagree about whether newer methods of communication like webcams and IM are suitable for the workplace.
The inventor of the web sheds light on work that combines social and technological research to guide the future use of online environments.
Operator has tweaked its Business Everywhere mobile broadband rates.
The media giant has dropped its interest in doing a deal with the internet company, removing an important obstacle in Microsoft's plans for a potential takeover.
Firefox Beta 4 is unveiled, but there's still no confirmed release date.
Organisations are adopting green initiatives but they're unsure how it will impact data centre efficiency and are wary of vendor hype.
HTC's latest handset arrives on O2 in the guise of the Atmos, featuring both a slide out QWERTY keyboard and a numeric keypad.
In the largest deal of it kind, the lead on the pharmaceutical giant's project to centralise and streamline key research and development process delivery speaks exclusively to IT PRO about its an
IT workers from around the world are in high demand in the UK, new statistics show.
Campus-wide Wi-Fi coverage is scheduled for completion by the end of this year, with the roll out of new access point networking technology to offer students, staff and visitors fully redundant networ
White paper shows that the majority of UK companies are generally well aware of the green IT agenda compared to the rest of Europe.
Ben Verwaayen, the current chief executive of the British telco may wait until 2009 and a better financial climate before stepping down.
Research shows that British users lack the trust that the rest of Europe has over the efforts of businesses to keep their details secure.
Latest IDC analyst predictions are for another 'buoyant' year for this region's PC market, driven in Western Europe in particular by multiple-device households or laptop refresh cycles.
Tech expenditure is tipped to beat inflation, according to the NCC.
The turkey farmer brand has cuts data processing costs by up to 25 per cent with a unified electronic trading platform.
After the Ballot Resolution Meeting (BRM) of the International Standards Organisation (ISO) failed to resolve the differences around Microsoft's proposed OOXML standard, what happens next?
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