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...
Shirtmaker migrates to new retail management systems to help drive business growth.
Anti-virus company finds Sony software that hides files away from operating system and could lead to hackers planting ma
Moves on Gateway and Packard Bell scupper Lenovo plans.
The latest member of Dell's family, the new OptiPlex 755, will reduce desk-side service visits by more than half, a
The company is launching an ad campaign to boost users' interest in printers.
EEAST has successfully rolled out a new digital radio system to ambulance staff in Essex in an initiative that will even
Combination of soldering and software hacking allows Apple's smartphone to be used on any network, but software tam
Financial services' concerns key to NFC market growth, claims ABI Research report.
Nokia sales exceeded the 100 million mark in the second quarter of 2007 as worldwide mobile phone sales increased by 17.
Gaming company consolidates and maximises data centre productivity.
Microsoft's landmark OS nears its teenage years as it celebrates the 12th anniversary since its launch on 24 August
Surveyed parents fuel demand for GPS in uniforms.
Fujitsu Services to invest £44 million in turning old warehouse into eco-friendly data centre.
Vodafone teams up with Research In Motion (RIM) to introduce new Blackberry Curve 8310 Smartphone with free sat-nav.
Overheating batteries in Nokia phones could cost Matsushita $172 million (£86 million).
New survey finds that IT managers pass the buck for internet breaches on to other company employees.
VoIP sweetener for premium subscribers makes up for outage.
BlackBerry devices are the way forward for Bedfordshire's officers who want to spend more time solving crime and he
Online recruitment firm Monster discloses details of breach that led to theft of sensitive information on 1.3 million jo
TravelMail website integrates new version of Teletext platform.
The company plans to meet users' demands for connectivity wherever they are by launching three new low cost mobile
Telco replaces incumbent system to power contact centres
Almost half of IT managers in large enterprises are buying more storage than they actually need, according to a new rese
IT PRO talked to the chief operating officer of PC maker Lenovo about the company's plans and products, and how she
Mobile connections are starting to overshadow landline-based counterparts as users continue to crave anywhere, anytime c
By the end of 2012, we will have single-socket, x86 devices with 128 cores.
The fortunes and market perception of social networking giant MySpace have changed drastically since its high-profile ta
Manufacturer dumps HP Service Desk in data centre consolidation
New survey finds that nearly half of IT managers are often forced into purchasing superfluous amounts of storage.
Survey uncovers some risky behavioural trends among laptop and other mobile computing users.
The company is readying itself for next month's debut of its on-demand business management software lineup.
Man apprehended trying to sell stolen TJX customer data.
Despite being considered the most technologically talented generation, today's students aren't opting to study
IT departments set to be focused on business process - and maybe even be renamed that in the future, according to a Gart
Man admits to using someone else's wireless broadband connection, gets hauled off to the police station.
In a move to address investors' concerns, Google has unveiled that a new form of transparent video advertisements w
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