Be careful with social networking – you never know if someone you’re chatting to is who they seem.
Carphone Warehouse has slashed the price of the Samsung B130 to just £4.95 ahead of Christmas.
AMD’s ‘Shanghai’ finds a home in IBM servers, as efficiency and power savings take centre stage.
After speculation over who would take over public digital health services from Dr Foster Intelligence, the outsourcer has signed a £60-million, three-year deal.
Larger ISPs will push against proposed neutrality bill, claiming current regulation is sufficient.
IBM’s System x3455 targets HPC and compute node duties and offers a fine hardware package in the process, but is it the best choice?
Many vendors saw a big decrease in detected spam after a rogue US server went offline – but it’s only a short-lived victory.
Could fingerprint and retina biometrics be rendered out of date by new tech such as vein pattern recognition?
The first handset from the new INQ phone maker features online and offline Facebook browsing integrated with social media and messaging services.
Google is traditionally a market disruptor, but telecos could benefit, says Gartner.
Small LCD displays provide an easy way of extending desktop real estate and offer simple installation thanks to DisplayLink technology.
Women IT workers leave the industry and never come back - but it's time for that to change, says the British Computer Society.
Blaming its Global Services division for bringing the rest of the group down, the telecom giant says it will cut 6,000 contractor roles and 4,000 BT-based roles by March 2009.
US Blackberry fans will have to fork out nearly $200 for their Storm on Verizon, while UK Vodafone customers will get phone for free on contract.
The chip maker has slashed its fourth quarter forecast by up to $1.9 billion, sending tech shares down across the board.
The planned overhaul of Microsoft’s mainstream web service will see email, IM and apps integrated into a single environment.
Kevin Kettler, the chief technology officer at the PC maker and a 13-year veteran of the company, steps down at the end of the year.
New feature will let businesses control when Google's Site Search scans for new pages and changes.
“Shanghai heals the wounds of Barcelona”, claims AMD as company promises to hit the ground running with its next-gen Opteron processor for servers.
Windows Server 2008 versions generally available for small to medium sized businesses.
We run down the top 10 ways to cut energy use and green up your business technology.
Last weekend, some users had their Windows XP systems crippled after AVG anti-virus software deleted a crucial system file.
Job cuts are only a part of the plan to restructure the company.
The British Computer Society believes companies need to consider the needs of all their employees and make them feel accepted at work.
Users can now boldly go where no Mac has gone before, as Mark/Space adds BlackBerry Bold support to its popular Missing Sync application.
It's a quiet Microsoft patch month, but an expert reveals the history of one of the flaws that's being fixed.
Google's Gmail has added video and voice chat right into the email service.
Nokia follows up the E71 with the mass market E63, combining corporate mail and social networking features into a lower-cost handset.
While netbooks help boost the market, shipments of desktops are starting to slide, according to Gartner.
The Give One Get One programme will finally let Europeans pick up the XO while donating another to a child in the developing world.
Even one of the UK's most popular websites can't escape Denial of Service attacks, which are reaching ever higher levels of traffic.
Microsoft champions ‘off-peak chic’ as a positive financial by-product of flexible working.
With the first of a series of planned support price rises due at the end of the year, the SAP User Group has been working with SAP to broker a user-friendly solution.
The handset maker has launched a research project that uses data from car drivers to help ease congestion.
Ever lost an email? That really important one you deleted a year ago? As GFI takes its Mail Archiver application to version 6, we take it for a spin.
The credit crunch getting you down? Here are five ways to get your staff working more efficiently just by using social networking tools.
Cisco said that internet traffic will double every two years until 2012.
Vodafone also announced plans to cut £1 billion in costs, but wouldn't say whether job cuts were likely.
Open source solutions are becoming more of an option for businesses.
Latest version adds new features, such as desktop to mobile syncing, and improves YouTube performance.