Software giant Microsoft will appeal the ruling that says it must provide data
Aims to put user needs first with cutting edge research lab
iPhone 6 to introduce mobile payments
Google's drone research and building efforts have been two years in the making, the...
UK businesses must ensure they can support the deluge of user-driven device demands, typified by the growing interest in
Analyst pours cold water on Vista service pack frenzy.
A Department of Health report claims "impressive milestones" for the NHS' £12 billion IT programme.
Investigations into data breach uncover second attack on job website.
Ultra-slim external HD DVD writer and rugged external hard drives with fingerprint readers lead new line of Toshiba acce
Building Society signs up to Experian ID fraud service.
In the second part of this interview Rob Gretton, Business Development Director for DISUK discusses the performance and
Nano-technology research by IBM scientists could put equivalent of 30,000 movies on single iPod.
Historic Royal Palaces modernises application access.
Online auction giant rolls text-based bidding out to UK users.
Sharp expects to double sales in Europe.
AMD has announced it will invest in virtualisation startup Nivio, which has developed a web-based Windows desktop.
Samsung plans to unveil new range of innovations at the IFA event in Berlin.
Research initiative shows the way.
Technology key to profit and business continuity
The two companies renew their BPO marriage vows in a £128 million deal that will see them partnered until at least 2014.
The company plans to add group chat software to its Office Communications server and client products.
Schools and council offices in East Sussex are getting a broadband boost from BT.
Microsoft says that the RTM version of Windows Server 2008 will now not see the light of day until next year.
The TUC warns against banning Facebook and MySpace in the workplace, and offers advice for employees and employers on de
Levels of unsolicited junk email with PDF attachments fall dramatically while Excel-based spam appears to be taking its
Microsoft announces the release date of the eagerly anticpated first update for its Windows Vista operating system.
Enterprise lacks ITIL commitment, a survey has found.
Text messages have cut missed appointments by 27 per cent in a Lewisham trial, the Department of Health is offering life
Firm says accusations are "dramatic but inaccurate".
Blackberrys, Apple's iPhone and social networking are driving demand for IT workers with skills in developing mobil
LogicaCMG replaces Wipro in new Holyrood contract.
Interoperability is one of the key drivers for businesses embracing XML-based standards according to a Microsoft-commiss
The latest version of Yahoo's web-based mail product features more ways of putting people in touch with colleagues,
New survey finds that it's the everyday IT problems that worry small and medium-sized enterprises.
Announcement from German software firm means NHS IT supplier iSoft is likely to go to IBA Health.
Blog ignites rumours of handset and OS release.
New flaw could allow hackers to run remote code on victim's computer.
New touchscreen can be used from both the front and back of the device.
The search giant's CFO George Reyes says he plans to retire by the end of this year.
Hampered E90 availability down to combination of microphone glitch and high demand, according to Nokia.
A range of new 3G handsets using High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) to be introduced by mobile operator in order to
IATA places its final order for paper tickets as the industry association gears up for the new dawn of electronic ticket
RBS launches contactless debit cards and teams up with Formula 1 to demonstrate the technology by paying for a hamburger
But mobile is still step too far for some, while helpdesk satisfaction runs high
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