Anonymous group members plead guilty to taking part in DDoS attack against PayPal.
President not allowed an iPhone for "security reasons", he reveals.
HTC faces One Mini ban from end of this week after court ruling on patent infringement.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group CEO speaks out after customers hit by another round of tech...
Media giant files suit seeking huge financial penalties and various injunctions against video-on-demand site
Latest figures from IDC find that total Nas capacity shipped in last quarter of 2006 was 1,030 petabytes.
Students at the University of Dundee have created a web-based Museum of Lost Interactions so that people can get a bette
Survey shows over 40 per cent of companies have a formal policy encouraging virtual meetings in place of business travel
Microsoft's Office OpenXML formats are set for a fast track standardisation process after receiving the initial go-
The ISP says it is considering its strategic options but hasn't ruled out the possibility of a sale.
Andrew Rollerson tells House of Commons committee that the National Programme for IT is not doomed to failure, but needs
The communications giant is embarking on a global initiative to extend its IP network globally and accelerate product de
Gartner predicts higher reliability could drive adoption of solid state disks.
The internet and emerging innovations must be used ethically to work for people, not against them, warns UN report.
Electronics giant unveils new flash memory for phones that can store 2,000 songs or map data for Western hemisphere.
Investment to go into new facility to develop new manufacturing and factory automation technologies.
Top-level domain is the wrong side of the cyber tracks.
Seagate's launches Momentus 5400 FDE.2 drive with AES encryption.
Confederation of British Industry warns more students must study science, engineering and technology or the UK will lose
The English Premiership Rugby Club has implemented an IP telephony solution from Avaya to enable it to keep in touch wit
The transport group is working with Global Crossing to migrate its operations from ATM technology to a new, managed IP V
All-you-can-eat broadband not quite as billed as ISPs put the squeeze on heavy users.
New research finds that enterprises put security as number one spending priority this year.
Police swoop on terrorist suspects, find plans to blow up Britain's internet hub.
Society of IT Management report says funding must be focused on local politicians, who must do their own part to underst
Businesses are fueling the growth in the WLAN market, helping to boost 2006 revenues by 27 per cent according to new fig
Home Office announces plan to contact foreigners via SMS when their visas are about to expire.
Judge rules that Vonage infringed three out of seven patents belonging to Verizon, but the company has vowed to appeal a
Database tools company to pay 5.25 per cent in royalties for server protocols Europe believes Microsoft should make free
Patch Tuesday will have seven updates for Microsoft products but none fix vulnerabilities.
Web 2.0 is a massive opportunity for established telco players, but their lack of readiness could threaten revenue strea
Telecoms giant spends £200,000 on campaign to attract female engineers.
There has been so much talk of offshore outsourcing recently, some of it positive, much of it negative.
New State of Spam report finds that adult-themed spam is on the wane.
The European Union market for information technology and telecommunications will grow by almost three per cent in 2007.
US Court finds in favour of Dell and Microsoft over Alcatel-Lucent stylus patent dispute.
Shadow Chancellor George Osborne says that if his party is elected, they'll save taxpayers £600 million by switchin
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