The 74-year old is claiming Google allowed someone to hack his restaurant's listing...
Mail service provider announces plans to enter the mobile market later this year
UK and US airline passengers carrying uncharged smartphones or tablets could be made to...
New documents released by Edward Snowden reveal that only 10 per cent of the NSA’s...
Western Digital launches GreenPower hard disk range that could save "companies thousands of pounds."
RFID can no longer boast exclusivity in real-time location services as Wi-Fi based technology is now being used for the
Acquisition will give sat nav maker control of previously third party essential mapping data, but deal could pose proble
National Health Service's N3 broadband network has been enhanced to handle voice calls.
Cable firm sets deadlines for formal interest as sell-off looks certain.
ISPs asks Office of Fair Trading to investigate Tiscali's £210 million Pipex acquisition.
Taiwanese giant Acer is being hotly tipped as the front runner for a Packard Bell takeover.
The UK is behind the US and much of Europe in taking up open source technologies, according to a massive survey by Alfre
The first spam email with a PDF attachment was detected in early June, and now PDF spam is making up eight per cent of a
Head of Transport Direct website says quality data helped it attract 12 million visitors in under two years.
Putting personal data on sites such as Facebook and MySpace is allowing criminals to commit identity theft.
Case Study: The Met Office is one of the world's leading providers of weather information services.
New appliance can form cluster offering 1.6 Petabytes of storage available as a single volume.
Network problems at Duke University that had been blamed on Apple's smartphone and its Wi-Fi implementation turn ou
UK's largest educational open source email system, serving 40,000 users, is launched in Carmarthenshire.
US federal trade ban on certain mobile phones containing Qualcomm chips remains in place as judge criticises the company
Ben Bradshaw, MP for Exeter, will take over ministerial lead for the Connecting for Health IT programme, it was announce
SP1 not about to make an appearance as Microsoft dispels rumours.
Links to websites claiming to reveal the ending of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows could end in a virus outbreak, w
More Blu-ray lasers means less costly data archiving equipment.
German software firm set to pay a 19 per cent premium to grab control of troubled NHS software supplier iSoft.
This week, Preston College trials web-based enrolment software, online training programme iTeach launches, Shireland ex
UK business employees unable to step away from their email, even when on vacation or sick, new research has found.
A majority do not have a system which allows for easy recovery of lost data, despite 20 per cent having lost information
Experts warn that criminals are using this summer's big books and films as means to churn out spam and worms to vic
Bill Shelton, Data Protection Manager product manager at Microsoft, talks about future developments in storage software
uSwitch survey reveals that broadband culture is leading to social networking online overtaking real social interaction.
Good quarterly results overshadowed by $1 billion provision for warranty and repair costs on faulty Xbox 360 consoles.
HP keeps top spot in PC sales chart, but Dell struggling with below-average growth, and all retailers suffering from a l
CompactFlash card offers data transfer rates of 45MB/sec.
The UK is ahead of the pack in terms of maxmising the value of old equipment and disposing of what's no longer requ
Survey by Jobcentre Plus shows more and more companies are turning to the web to find new employees.
Oracle adds identity fraud prevention company Bharosa to its security lineup.
Alpharooms.com is calling for a return to days of old when holidays were used to escape from work rather than cram more
Expert warns that passwords are not enough security for staff working outside the corporate firewall.
Analysts believe the valuable licences could sell for between $10-30 billion.
Big Blue reports its strongest quarter since 2001, with revenue of $23.8 billion and year-on-year growth in its services
In addition to the 340,000 batteries it recalled in September 2006, Toshiba will replace even more Sony-based battery pa
This week, the government's transformation plans get a new leader, a survey shows local authorities use the same si
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