But the two mobile tech firms aren't dropping the patent battle in the US.
Major banks add Monilink’s third-party BlackBerry access service to their online banking sites.
The car manufacturer’s financial services business has taken on new COBOL analytics kit to modernise transactional applications.
US authorities undertake a formal probe into the Google - Yahoo deal, signalling they have cause for concern.
Solid-state drives reach breakthrough price point as OCZ's disks come in at half the price of previous generation drives.
Linux, HPC and virtualisation have all lead to the rise of cloud computing, which offers a range of efficiencies to companies willing to set their data free.
Gartner predicts email will push cloud computing into the mainstream.
Six months after agreeing a deal to buy middleware vendor BEA, Oracle has confirmed the fate for most of the existing products from its new acquisition.
Electronic voting used in the recent election that saw Boris Johnson elected London mayor mislaid or miscounted 41,000 ballots, the Open Rights Group has said.
MessageLabs says web-based threats continue to be of serious concern, as the number of sites blocked each day hits highest level since last April.
Last week, we asked IT PRO readers why students don’t study IT – apparently it’s dull, kids these days are lazy and there are not enough jobs.
The Department for Work and Pensions is offering five technology contracts over seven years, worth some £3 billion.
Almost half of the world's online users have web browsers that are old or unpatched, leaving them vulnerable to attack from the latest threats.
The humanitarian organisation has signed a deal to roll new till systems out to its UK shops.
Toshiba to put integrated mobile broadband in its notebooks thanks to deal with Ericsson.
The European Union has advertised a contract for the first part of the £2.4 billion satellite navigation project.
Microsoft signs a start-up called Powerset to take advantage of linguistics and sematic search.
Could Microsoft be preparing for another deal to finally get its hands on Yahoo's search business?
Deal with Kaspersky will see two million online banking users get access to free anti-virus and anti-spyware tools.
Agreement will give the two search engines access to underlying code to help them find and index Flash-based web content.
The eBay-owned Voice over IP and messaging service is trying to raise awareness of the business applications for its technology and show that it’s more than a consumer tool.
The London department store has signed a deal for new retail management software as it centralises its systems and tries to increase its multichannel capabilities.
A worldwide spam analysis experiment reveals that those spammers just can’t resist targeting British internet users with bogus deals and money laundering requests.
IDC figures show strong growth in PC sales, driven by demand for laptops and growth in emerging markets that has paid off for HP and Acer.
T-Mobile makes changes to its mobile broadband service, increasing both upload and download rates.
Construction firm Taylor Woodrow has moved its entire staff to the free productivity software suite...
The next major version of the popular browser may be available as early as this month, hot on the heels of the 3.0 release.
The implementation of the technology recycling legislation a year today still has many companies baffled by its requirements.
Antitrust regulators in the US give the proposed $12.6 billion (£6.3 billion) tie-up their blessing, but EU counterparts have yet to rule on the matter.
Revenue and Customs says it was offered access to the US’s DARTT anti-fraud system.
With the Asus Eee PC on its third iteration, Acer is hoping to make a splash with its Aspire One.
A laptop stolen from the car of a Colchester University Hospital manager contained the personal details of several thousand patients.
The Health Informatics Service has purchased new asset management software to get a view of its entire network infrastructure for the first time.
The chief executive of identity management provider Garlik discusses how to keep yourself and your information safe online.
New research has found a high frequency of application downtime is caused by risky business practices and lax IT processes.
Reports suggest Cable & Wireless will increase its offer for Demon Internet-owner Thus today.
News from Microsoft and Apple are once again at the top of the IT agenda.
Following the ahead-of-schedule launch of its first major virtualisation release, Microsoft faces stiff criticism, but a warm welcome, from those vendors it now competes with.
Nationwide will outsource its IT services to BT in a seven-year contract, which will see the building society's networks on the 21CN system.
The economic downturn is starting to make IT freelancers’ confidence waver, but financial services and telecoms work remains strong, a survey has shown.