Government gives local groups an extra three weeks to submit their applications.
Tim Cook makes no apologies for tax payment plans during a hearing in the US.
However, consumer electronics giant claims there are "encouraging" signs of a...
Revamped Transport for London website will debut later this year with improved mobile,...
Jobs confident that Microsoft's Zune will not be a threat but the iPod's popularity may be
Spam filters need update as phishers start using MySpace IDs
HMRC has been forced to defend itself against claims that it plans to start taxing BlackBerry users
As Motorola enters the Windows-based smartphone business with its Q device, the company is trying to tackle delivering b
The telecommunications giant has launched an automated spam detection system designed to weed out junk emails
The watchdog says it isn't going to rush into regulating web-based TV in the same way as broadcast
Organisations are failing to understand the full extent of their power-hungry IT demands according to APC's researc
Laptops and server sales, rather than desktop computers are now the driving force in the PC industry claims Otellini.
Organisations will increasingly turn to virtualisation to combat current problems, claims Citrix
ISPs are 'pumping out raw sewage' and not protecting vulnerable users according to MessageLabs
Central management style from Redmond was too galling for Gallmann and he steps down at Christmas
Salesforcde.com has made extensive changes to its on-demand CRM application and added new additional applications to its
First limited attacks noted but experts differ on scale of problem
Cable and Wireless' next-generation network is ready, willing, able and three months earlier than anticipated, acco
Emphasis on neutrality key to supporting Cisco's unified communications and future technology strategies.
UK details its success story in removing obscene images from the internet and the US vows to follow suit
Peoplesoft's mispricing costs parent company dear as Oracle agrees $98.5 million fine
Over half of flaws are rated critical and patches cover all major operating systems and applications
While businesses are keen on both server virtualisation and SOA, the latter is still being treated as a poor relation
Chief executive Ballmer confirms move to offer software as a service on the Net
IPTV fan base will grow by an additional three million people in just a few years according to telecoms equipment giant
The news that Google has acquired YouTube has grabbed mainstream attention.
Mobile giant Motorola teams up with O2 Airwave to help the UK's fire service communicate more effectively
New features for salesforce.com will enable businesses to calculate where their online marketing budget is most effectiv
SOA 360 project will shift products into new microService architecture as part of shift to collaborative services
Guy Matthews take a step-by-step look at adding BlackBerry push email functionality to your mail server.
New generation used to social networking software and will expect to use it in business
The search giant silences recent rumours by acquiring video phenomenon YouTube for £880 million
A government and industry-backed initiative is calling on businesses to spread the word and stamp out internet crime.
The BlackBerry revolutionised remote working, but increased bandwidth and more powerful hardware allow for more complex
Sales up over 75 per cent but PDA sales barely make it into the black
BT's new 21CN network kicks off in Wales before rolling out across the country as company releases its launch timet
The mobile giant has partnered with EDS and IBM to reduce its £560 million application development and maintenance overh
Information Commissioner launches official investigation over data security standards
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