BBC confirms online catch-up service, which had suffered problems all weekend, has now...
Nokia staff to make up the brunt of those axed
BlackBerry's share price crashes after IBM & Apple announce plans to develop...
Google will now let you use a fictional name on your Google+ profile
Regulator calls for VoIP service providers to allow calls to emergency services.
Open source software has moved "out of the basement and into the boardroom," according to a survey from Ingres
Independent expert bought in by council finds thousands of credit card details on unsecured server.
European Commission alleges chip giant Intel sought to exclude rival chip maker AMD from market.
While most firms have ICT security policies in place, many don't bother to ensure such documents are understood by
This week, Becta gives advice on how best to use fingerprints and other biometrics in schools, universities move to onli
AMD makes quad-core promise but remains tight-lipped about performance figures.
The creators of the MoGo mouse have unveiled two new members of its family in the hope of capitalising on both consumer
It may be a consumer device, but the multimedia-friendly iPhone is causing some business users to dump their BlackBerrys
Analyst Gartner is predicting that there will be 350 million business and consumer users sending and receiving emails wi
Spending on transforming the public sector with IT and business process outsourcing set to jump in 2008, says Kable.
Rubidium atoms trapped by laser beams could herald dawn of quantum supercomputers that can solve problems far, far quick
BT's revenue and profits for the first quarter are up by three per cent, demonstrating that the company's ambi
Heanet completes deployment of Fortinet web filtering and anti-virus appliances to protect 800,000 school users in Irela
This week, PM Gordon Brown picks a familiar face for advice, Essex police use technology to help runaways and battle asb
The iPod maker has its best quarter in history for sales of its Macintosh computers, helped by the move to Intel chips,
Atos Healthcare's diagnostics outsourcing contracts in the Northwest and Southwest are cancelled after the firm fai
While Linux is still taking off relatively slowly in the desktop world, the same is not true in the mobile space where m
Star Technology announced it will separate from the MessageLabs Group in June and now it has hinted at what it plans to
MPs told that the route to improving local services with technology involves focusing on service, improved interoperabil
Alternative £4.2 million network set to save local NHS trust on call costs.
Watchdog software Radar enables parents to monitor activities on their child's mobile phone, as well as place prote
Indoor base stations, cellular radio enhancements and the use of IMS are the three technology areas that could help mobi
Research published today by psychology specialists Pearn Kandola warns businesses not to over or under communicate or mi
CSC to supply super computing services to NASA's Ames Research Centre, ranked 12th in the world for high performanc
Appointment of ex YouTube finance chief as new chief financial officer points to preparation for a stock market listing
Shares in the electronics giant slump four per cent as initial activation figures for the iPhone smartphone come in belo
User authentication is necessary to ensure patient data and privacy, but it can no longer be allowed to interrupt work f
School recovers student and teacher data despite hard drive array being submerged in water after flooding hit Hull.
Western Digital launches GreenPower hard disk range that could save "companies thousands of pounds."
RFID can no longer boast exclusivity in real-time location services as Wi-Fi based technology is now being used for the
Acquisition will give sat nav maker control of previously third party essential mapping data, but deal could pose proble
National Health Service's N3 broadband network has been enhanced to handle voice calls.
Cable firm sets deadlines for formal interest as sell-off looks certain.
ISPs asks Office of Fair Trading to investigate Tiscali's £210 million Pipex acquisition.
Taiwanese giant Acer is being hotly tipped as the front runner for a Packard Bell takeover.
The UK is behind the US and much of Europe in taking up open source technologies, according to a massive survey by Alfre
The first spam email with a PDF attachment was detected in early June, and now PDF spam is making up eight per cent of a
Head of Transport Direct website says quality data helped it attract 12 million visitors in under two years.
Putting personal data on sites such as Facebook and MySpace is allowing criminals to commit identity theft.
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