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Apple to replace faulty batteries in a "very small percentage" of iPhone 5...
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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
Banks are short changing customers by providing lack lustre online service, according to new research from Transversal.
Report of deals with leading mobile phone operators T-Mobile, Orange and O2 reveals significant revenue-sharing arrangem
The Central Office of Information has announced it is developing a tool to track debates about policy on blogs.
As part of the £290 million deal, Capita will invest £25 million over three years to upgrade IT infrastructure in the ci
Australia's IBA Health renews its interest in troubled NHS software provider iSoft with a new £166 million bid, tru
BT has partnered with PayPal UK to take its TradeSpace SME-focused portal to the next level by adding transactional capa
Market share research reveals that Apple's Macbook and Macbook Pro laptop sales are on the up, despite the company&
Research shows that email has firmly established itself as the preferred method of communication among business people,
The financial services group plans to implement Graham Technology's ciboodle solution to enhance the customer exper
Security breach on US job website leaves thousands of users exposed.
Sales of the industry giant's latest innovation could top 800,000, according to predictions from analyst UBS.
Survey reveals worrying levels of ignorance among UK workforce when it comes to recognising the bodies that look after s
Survey also finds callers dislike being kept waiting when booking holidays, buying insurance or having internet access r
The boss of the troubled cable operator departs immediately claiming family and personal reasons.
Campaign to open the iPlayer up to platforms other than Windows goes to Downing Street for government response.
The two companies have vowed to work together as well as against one another, but this may result in future tension, war
Strategic project from the University College London will track patients from referral to treatment.
A survey by security firm Sophos shows that half of employees are unable to access the social networking site while at w
The Wi-Fi Alliance has granted the company fully-authorised test lab status in a bid to ramp up product certification to
Dover cuts paper use with email notices, Mid Sussex gets up-to-date with e-forms, and two councils share a £1.8 million
Prepaid voucher service to enable shoppers afraid of fraud and those unable to use credit cards to make high-value purch
The next-generation DVD format battle is no closer to being solved as one of Hollywood's biggest studios, along wit
Judge sets trial date for September, but recent copyright ruling could be hammer blow to SCO regardless of the outcome.
The two competitors vow to compete and co-operate where necessary.
Sun is partnering with Synchronica to make use of open industry standards to extend its desktop success to mobile phones
Online sales shot up by 80 per cent last month, helped no doubt by holidaymakers snapping up digital cameras and appalli
Survey finds storage is costly to business and complex to manage, placing further pressure on spending and resources.
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