Google will now let you use a fictional name on your Google+ profile
The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers (DRIP) Bill was approved via a majority of...
Model B+ consumes less power and has more USB slots, but is not a sequel
BT will be paid millions of pounds after the supreme court ruled mobile operators could...
New HoneyJax system could stop hackers from using web 2.0 attacks against unsuspecting users.
Additional details from Home Office e-borders plans shows how the Home Office may make further use of traveller data.
Deal sees Big Blue pick up data archiving software company.
A new report by analyst Aberdeen Group suggests that SOA supporters are starting to come out ahead of their less support
Spending on web-based applications and services to jump to £1.4 billion as local authorities look for ways to cut techno
Most email outages only noticed by IT departments when users phone up to complain, according to new research.
According to a new study, IT managers spend a fifth of their time on procurement and another fifth on administrative tas
For all the talk of 4G services like WiMAX and long term evolution (LTE), the first services we see in the 2.5GHz spectr
A pilot to test electronic satellite tracking of criminals comes with mixed results and reveals problems with tracking a
The proud parent to be has announced that its much-awaited Office 2008 for Mac offspring will not be delivered on time.
The Learning and Skills Council boosts spending on post-16 educational IT by £20 million, Leeds university goes virtual
A majority of mobile operators across the EU have met or exceeded roaming price caps, with 3G operator 3 coming in with
Latest Virus Bulletin lab results find that a host of anti-virus products fail to secure the 64-bit version of Windows V
Switching to DC power, diskless servers and lower-voltage chips contribute to lower electricity bills for East End data
Analyst Gartner tips companies on the key technologies that they should be embracing over the next decade.
Nude pictures and the Downloader trojan make reappearances as experts warn users to be vigilant.
The computing giant is boosting its software asset management portfolio through the acquisition of ASAP Software.
Rob Gretton, Business Development Director for DISUK talks about the inherent risks associated with data security, parti
The search giant has approached networks in Europe and the US regarding its forthcoming handset, according to media repo
Due for release in August, the next version of Red Hat's desktop product will now be delayed until at least Septemb
CommandCentral reaches version 5 and adds support for virtualisation.
New solution from LogicaCMG will bring military medical records overseas and to the battlefield as early as 2009.
The mobile giant is still enjoying massive market success, particularly in relation to demand for its devices.
The Home Office claims electronic borders pilot has helped in over 1,000 arrests of people charged with murder, rape and
Following a study that revealed many customers weren't getting even close to the advertised speeds of their broadba
The offshore outsourcing giant has unveiled a 53 per cent revenue increase compared with the same quarter last year, dem
The discount hotel booking service has replicated its online offering for mobile users.
Fusion goes on sale next week, letting users run 60 different operating systems from their Macs, offering a challenge to
Spammers increasingly turn to attachment spam as a means of avoiding detection by junk mail filters.
New facilities in the Netherlands will see the construction of the hosting company's 20th European datacentre.
Electoral Commission does not see merit in continuing "piecemeal piloting" without direction and strategy from
A study by Australian scientists shows some models of laser printers give off the same amount of particulate pollution a
Researcher warns of new worm that spreads via USB flash disks and deletes user's online music collection.
Supply problems for key parts including screens and batteries will hit retail stocks and could force prices up.
The density of data centres and peering connections in the Docklands could be disastrous for firms who can't afford
Expert warns that the MPack malware toolkit gives criminals the means to steal bank account details without users going
Stoke-on-Trent halves the costs of order processing with e-procurement, Nottingham cuts energy use with blade servers, D
Users are still frustrated by ill-performing applications and slow responses from their IT departments according to new
National Audit Office report says public sector is lagging private enterprise when it comes to getting rid of old IT in
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