Special mobile unit was set up in 2010 to steal encryption keys
Social forum will pull nude pictures if victims say they were posted without consent
This time the social networking giant comes under fire from Belgian data privacy watchdog
The company's CEO will meet Europe's anti-trust chief next week to decide on...
The increase in IT use doesn't negate the benefits of e-services over in-person visits to pay council tax, a report
Half-height tape drive saves space and energy with its environmentally-friendly Green Mode, Quantum claims.
The not-for-profit international body responsible for information security accreditation has issued tips on recruiting q
New specification looks to remove need for an extra power source for external serial ATA devices by the second half of t
Touchpaper solution overcomes office politics to help Scottish university modernise its incident management.
The business intelligence giant doesn't underestimate the role that partners will play in its global growth and inc
Accused of breaching the Data Protection Act by the Information Commissioner's Office, the mobile phone company and
Web standards body launches key query technology to give search 'context' and promote development of web-based
Intel continue to dominate the chip sector as it publishes full year 2007 results, but fourth quarter profits fail to me
IDC has said a drive to balance life and work paired with improvements in technology will boost the number of mobile wor
After snubbing the IT giant's earlier advances, the software and integration vendor accepts takeover at almost a $4
In a deal that will pitch Sun directly against database giants, Oracle and IBM, Sun aims at complete operating system fo
CV Screen reports salaries in the capital for IT professionals were up 4.3 per cent in 2007.
A report by the National Audit Office has praised the cost savings and increased accessibility of letting drivers access
The defence and security division of the systems provider called in to work on public access networking project worth €4
Long-overdue update to the Mac Office suite brings revised user interface, improved Exchange server support and OOXML do
Businesses see the potential in using SMS as an information gathering tool as handset maker Sony Ericsson collaborates o
Motorola's takeover of Symbol delivers hybrid device for retail, hospitality, healthcare and the factory floor.
IBM's acquisition of Cognos moves another step closer to completion, having secured 99.8 per cent of "yes"
Over 1,000 movies available for rental via download from the iTunes Music Store, but only for US users at launch.
New York plays host to the Canadian business intelligence (BI) giant's worldwide launch of the latest version of it
The iPod maker expands its laptop range to three with the arrival of a high-anticipated ultra lightweight device, but ru
Exploit may track back to Fasthosts compromise, but security researchers warn of its difficulty to track and detect.
The American agency is hoping to sign on allies to a database holding biometric information about criminals and terroris
Retail ERP software users are failing to take full advantage of their investment, new research has found.
Companies should take advantage of the influence of leaders in the online world to spread awareness of their brand, a re
US Federal Communications Commission gives the search engine a green light to bid in the forthcoming 700MHz spectrum auc
High street clothing chain completes first phase of new bolt-on software implementation to optimise inventory fulfilment
However, schools are not using new technology to the best advantage, according to the government's educational tech
The UK's leading mobile operator raises the stakes in the mobile broadband market, introducing a pocket-sized USB s
As research released today shows online fraud is up 10 per cent on last year, retailers are calling for law enforcement
Tornados and Harriers with the Royal Air Force will get new communications and data links from BAE Systems.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity looks to improve its fundraising with the help of a new donations d
As the biggest open source company in the world, Red Hat stands at a significant crossroads between its open source root
After releasing the latest update of its most recent operating system Vista to pre-qualified testers, Microsoft has made
The Home Office has announced that fingerprinting for all visa applicants has been rolled out under budget and ahead of
The group behind the low-cost laptop are to sell single units in the US in an effort to reach poorer American children,
Coverage as-it-happened of the key announcements from Apple chief executive Steve Jobs' keynote address to attendee
New Edinburgh-based supercomputer will be using its 60 teraflops to analyse global climate change models.
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