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Government logs calls and texts

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A new law means data from mobile phones and landlines must be kept for a year and made available to government agencies,

EU starts capping phone roaming charges

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New limits on mobile phone roaming call charges now apply in EU member countries, cutting the cost of making a roaming c

Teradata refloats on stock market

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16 years after it was swallowed by NCR, the data warehousing company returns to the US stock exchange as a standalone en

Gap laptop theft puts applicant details at risk

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US retailer offers US and Canadian job candidates security and fraud assistance following data breach.

ID cards trialled for background checks

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Home Office study praises the use of passports and ID cards to increase security and streamline services.

3Com falls to private equity and Chinese takeover

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Bain Capital and Huawei Technologies team up to buy the mid-market network equipment maker, at a bargain price of $2.2 b

SCO gets Nasdaq reprieve

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Ailing Unix vendor given 180 days to get financial house in order.

UPDATED: Microsoft announces new wave of web-based apps

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Reacting to Google's growing efforts in the office software-as-a-service (Saas) market, Microsoft has announced a b

UPDATED: Nokia to buy Navteq

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The world's largest phone maker is looking at a move into the highly-competitive personal sat nav market by buying

The $10 billion fight for Facebook

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Microsoft is reportedly in negotiations for a minority stake in social networking service Facebook.

MoD spends £45 million on comms

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BAE is set to upgrade the communications systems for the Royal Air Force as part of a larger MoD technology refresh.

Adobe set to buy Buzzword maker Virtual Ubiquity

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Word processor developer to be bought by Adobe, which is eyeing a move into the highly-competitive office application su

Met Police opts for single sign-on

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Identity, security on agenda as eases application access for 50,000 users.

Distillery gets real-time tracking of historical inventory

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John Dewar does away with 25-year old paper trail by deploying mobile supply chain technology in the warehouse.

UBS virtualises application infrastructure

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Grid gives financial services giant processing flexibility at lowest cost.

Card security needs collaboration

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Industry experts debate who should be responsible for security, and how to improve it in the wake of high-profile securi

Verizon Business eyes professional services growth in the UK

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Following its acquisition of Cybertrust, the US telecoms giant is sizing up the market for more growth opportunities and

Face-to-face still tops tech communication

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Despite its increasing importance in enterprise, communicating over technology still doesn't top in person meetings

US and Europe try to calm Microsoft antitrust dispute

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Regulators from both sides of the Atlantic tread carefully after US DoJ and EC antitrust chiefs argue over how best to p

Yahoo to axe podcast search site next month

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More non-core and unprofitable services set to be dumped as Yahoo undergoes a major product shake-up to make it more com

Windows XP gets five month life extension amid Vista problems

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Versions of XP will now be officially on sale and supported into 2010 as the current Vista version continues to struggle

Micro Focus updates application modernisation

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Acucorp interoperability suite gets new Java display engine, Windows x64 ports.

O2 unveils new unlimited data packages

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The mobile phone giant has announced three new bolt-ons that users can take advantage of from next month.

Firefox: The problems ahead

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One of the reigning mass market champions of open source software appears to have hit choppy waters.

Lotus Symphony surpasses 100,000 download milestone

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The new office productivity software is music to users' ears as IBM celebrates record download figures in the produ

Portsmouth hospitals go for single sign-on

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NHS Trust signs deal to update and streamline clinical identity and access management.

Dell unveils carbon neutral plans

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The company has announced big plans to make its worldwide operations carbon neutral.

Report slams TJX security as retailer offers data theft payout

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Canadian Privacy Commissioner delivers damning verdict on data breach and privacy infringement, as TJX proposes out-of-c

IPTV can stop ARPU decline

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But Gartner analyst tells NetEvents attendees that it could take years for the business model to pay off for network ope

Indian outsourcers drive IT market growth

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Global leaders by market share are faced with growing challenge, Gartner says.

Building Schools programme awards ICT contract

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£23m deal to update education infrastructure in South Tyneside and Gateshead region.

ISSE: Mobiles need wireline security

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RIM security chief calls for "no compromise" data protection.

E-learning could help cut university costs

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The use of technology to cut the costs of delivering education could help universities such as Swansea.

ISSE: Emerging security threats challenge businesses

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Smartphones, laptops and even Macs are under fire from malicious code - if you want to be really secure, your best bet i

Ofcom casts doubt on future of fibre

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UK regulator launches consultation looking at next-generation broadband, signalling that fibre-to-the-home is not necess

AOL founder Case resurfaces as backer of online payment service

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Steve Case, who co-founded the once market-leading America Online ISP and oversaw its merger with Time Warner is trying

Gadget retailer IWOOT goes open source

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I Want One of Those.com selects Novell SUSE Linux as part of its open source back office overhaul.

British Land deploys Greenfield wireless network

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RF, Wi-Fi and VoIP capabilities give real estate giant flexibility and security at new corporate headquarters.

Win a laptop with IT PRO and Dell Outlet

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Here's your chance to win a brand new Dell laptop running Windows Vista worth £1,000.

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