As MWC 2014 draws to a close, we take a look back over the big announcements from Samsung...
Apple follows iOS 7 update with Mac OS X Mavericks patch to address encryption issues.
Phone maker unveils Android-running Nokia X family of devices at MWC.
22nm Merrifield and Moorefield processors feature revamped architecture and support for...
Smaller customers and partners are critical in achieving online success according to the chief executive of cheapflights
Pilot schemes to allow voting by telephone and internet get go ahead for 3 May polls but UK will experience same securit
UK needs privacy assessments and stronger audit abilities in wake of growth of UK surveillance society.
The company gave Internet World delegates more insight into the UK rollout of its Panama platform.
The telco plans to sign up its millionth paper-free billing customer by the end of May as it does its bit to reduce envi
Security experts berates companies that have become hooked on their BlackBerrys and other mobile devices.
The rise of social computing is forcing companies to revaluate who's in charge and who ultimately makes the decisio
Most IT workers want to work flexibly and their jobs are particularly suited to such arrangements, according to a new su
Macropolitan, the UK's largest owner of urban site rights, has teamed up with Alcatel-Lucent to move one step clos
New Cisco Catalyst 6500 upgrade puts IT administrators in control of applications on the network.
New research points blame at blade servers increased use of power and cooling as data centres stretch to breaking point.
Consumers will spend £42 billion on online shopping in the UK this year, a figure that will double by 2010 according to
BT's researchers are testing a system that can control a laptop without the need for a mouse, trackpad or keyboard.
New survey finds that IT security is more pressing problem ahead of high-profile projects.
Internet World 2007 kicks off tomorrow and is sure to prove a hit with those trying to get to grips with all things Web
Experts warn of viruses travelling in password-protected zip files.
New toolkit verifies existing and new top-level domains, including future additions to DNS
New flash chips first to use 51nm process technology in mass production of flash memory.
Hackers are turning to sponsored links on search engines, such as Google, to spread malware to unsuspecting users.
Michael Dell says that the direct model has been a revolution, but adds that it isn't a religion.
Larger companies must ensure that they retain the entrepreneurial values demonstrated by their smaller peers to aid staf
Blanket federal restrictions now under fire
Cost creeping up from initial vision as project hopes to reach 3 million orders by June
Empire-building Whitacre appears ready to call it a career
New spam attacks leave email recipients infected with Storm worm variant.
European Union survey finds 42 per cent of homes now online.
Sanjiv Ahuja is quitting his role as chief executive but will remain chairman of Orange UK.
Data storage company launches removable hard drives with backup software aimed at entry-level users.
Merger will see the two companies' product portfolios in unified communications, networking, management and applica
Improving alignment between business and IT is high on most CIOs' to-do lists.
The NHS must take views of staff "much more seriously" when implementing new IT, according to the author of a
Deal would see web and email security companies combine to offer better earnings and cash flow from operations.
The software giant reports bumper profits during its third quarter and expects to finish the year on a financial high.
Research firm Gartner estimates that the global technology and communications industry is responsible for two per cent o
Team of experts from around the world manage to break the net speed record not once, but twice in a matter of days.
More fallout from the Sony battery fiasco as Acer announces a voluntary battery replacement programme, involving TravelM
Department of Health apologises after security breach on embattled Medical Training Application Service site.
One of Adobe's key web application development technologies is now open source, with a full resource site planned f
YouGov survey finds that electronic polling methods would encourage people to take part in elections.
The MVNO is working with SPSS to gain a greater insight into the success of its marketing efforts in a bid to give custo
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