We round up the top 10 best iPhone apps to help you decide what's hot and what'...
London will kick-off the nationwide rollout of the ultra-fast network, Boris Johnson is...
The Association of Chief Police Officers has rubbished reports that officers will seize...
Despite reports of its resurrection, the Surface Mini tablet was reportedly axed by...
Video search aggregator employs vast army of staff to view content before listing it, and Sony reveals its green credent
Companies setting up shop in virtual environments, such as Second Life, should consider the possible risks, according to
The Government should review IT procurement for schools says government select committee.
Local authorities and other public sector organisations should make use of social networking, but must take care with in
Acquisition will build out data protection and compliance portfolio.
Administrators face bumper patching period.
The mobile giant has become a principal member of the WiMAX Forum.
St Albans school deploys wireless, cash-free checkout system for kids to improve transaction management.
Upgrading to a 100mb Ethernet network has cut telephony charges and boosted attendance at South Nottingham College.
As of next week, people won't need a licence to make use of ultra-wideband (UWB) technology-powered devices.
Trojan evades captcha security defending webmail services from automated sign-ups.
Search optimisation improves visibility of the world-famous shirt maker's website and boosts trade.
UCL student develops new health assessment tool to help medical professionals and patients visualise the impact of lifes
This week, an online auction has saved Wales £6 million on IT and Socitm opens entries for its IT travel contest, while
Text message technology used to provide event information and solicit feedback.
C-nomis system was supposed to be rolled out to prisons next month, but ministerial concerns about the affordability of
Local authority ICT department calls on public sector to embrace flexible working and electronic working practices.
The company has laid out future plans for its product lifecycle management application, giving users a sneak peak of wha
UK PLC must embrace technology and flexible working, or else it will hold back younger, tech-savvy employees, new resear
Fifth largest UK bank continues IT offshoring strategy at the expense of British workers.
Motorola is ranked ahead of Nokia, Samsung and LG in ABI Research's ultra-low cost handset vendor matrix.
Sheffield and Essex counties sign up Civica to provide ICT services for their schools.
Mixing up where you work could boost your creativity and help inspire you, according to research published today by T-Mo
Major service packs for both operating systems in the works, but no release date confirmed.
A US man has been given sentenced to just under four years in prison for dealing in illicit certificates of authenticity
Microsoft releases two new hotfixes that address key problems with its latest operating system Windows Vista.
Vendors are benefiting from Dell's market departure, but the overall handheld market is still looking far from rosy
Malware authors are giving away phishing kits to fraudsters for free in return for financial information on victims, acc
Banishment of smokers to dark and dingy doorways and alleyways creates a sub-culture activity called 'smexting'
IBM pledges to help businesses go green with Linux, while teaming up with Novell to eye up more of the open source appli
Vendor continues restructuring, despite positive earnings
The rugby club goes live with new sales and marketing systems with the aim of increasing sales and enhancing club suppor
Code of practice consultation sparks debate whether use of surveillance cameras could create breaches of privacy and dat
Companies which still rely on paper documents to prove identity risk fraud and damage to their reputations, according to
Supermarket outsources expense management to GlobalExpense in effort to ditch paper-based system.
Non-invasive monitoring promises cheaper conversion costs for existing gas and electric utility meters.
New survey finds people are just as sick of spam on their phones as they are on their desktops.
Cambridge start-up partners with particle physics researchers to find a better way to search for images online.
Brits are sitting on more than £1 billion worth of old unloved mobiles that are simply going to waste when they could be
Get FREE weekly newsletters from ITPro - delivering the latest news, reviews, insight and case studies.
Dennis Publishing Editorial Offices
30 Cleveland Street
London, W1T 4JD
T: +44 (0)20 7907 6000
© Copyright Dennis Publishing Limited.IT Pro is a trademark of Felix Dennis.