Apple confirmed the release date, specs and pricing for iPad Air 2 at its launch event....
Connection negates the need for fibre optic cable to be laid underground
EE offers the most solid 4G signal, while Three is best for voice calls - unless you...
Samsung has revealed new technology making Wi-Fi speeds five-times faster for devices...
The company has announced big plans to make its worldwide operations carbon neutral.
Canadian Privacy Commissioner delivers damning verdict on data breach and privacy infringement, as TJX proposes out-of-c
But Gartner analyst tells NetEvents attendees that it could take years for the business model to pay off for network ope
Global leaders by market share are faced with growing challenge, Gartner says.
£23m deal to update education infrastructure in South Tyneside and Gateshead region.
RIM security chief calls for "no compromise" data protection.
The use of technology to cut the costs of delivering education could help universities such as Swansea.
Smartphones, laptops and even Macs are under fire from malicious code - if you want to be really secure, your best bet i
UK regulator launches consultation looking at next-generation broadband, signalling that fibre-to-the-home is not necess
Steve Case, who co-founded the once market-leading America Online ISP and oversaw its merger with Time Warner is trying
I Want One of Those.com selects Novell SUSE Linux as part of its open source back office overhaul.
RF, Wi-Fi and VoIP capabilities give real estate giant flexibility and security at new corporate headquarters.
Here's your chance to win a brand new Dell laptop running Windows Vista worth £1,000.
Case management meeting results in giving vendors their day in court, two years after filing initial complaint.
Move into unbundled landline telephony will be managed and hosted by BT's wholesale division, as Orange assembles q
Survey reveals concerns over potential security and identity management lapses.
New management tool assures vital maritime communication and search and rescue systems.
The communications company is readying itself to support the first customers on its new platform during 2008.
Release of the long-awaited first service pack for Microsoft's desktop OS and initial Server release candidate kick
Microsoft marks beginning of end for users waiting for Office for Mac update.
An IT staffing company has released research claiming the number of jobs in software development and support roles is sh
New visualisation software creates a 3D avatar of the human body to help doctors map medical records.
IT departments are looking for storage products with better energy efficiency but much data could be moved to tape or ot
SAN migration sees university deploy new storage management software in two major academic departments.
Unlocking programs may "cause irreparable damage" to both the software and hardware, but is it just a scare ta
Analyst report into the next generation DVD market suggests that the two competing platforms face at least another year
Reports reignite speculation that the Windows maker is about to make a five per cent investment in the popular social ne
Coming together of two Websense and SurfControl specialists mirrors the combination of the two security product makers.
Influential think tank calls for Competition Commission to push Microsoft further on code sharing and feature bundling.
The increasing use of virtualisation could save UK companies millions of pounds, according to a report from the Butler G
Innovative ad-funded mobile network is switched on for UK users aged between 16 and 24.
BroadGroup report shows that high demand applications are driving power consumption at data centres.
Mobile phone operators have called on manufacturers to use standard USB connectors to charge and connect their handsets.
Saga IT director takes on outgoing AA counterpart duties, dumps £50-million IBM outsourcing deal.
With two outstanding shared-source applications awaiting approval by the Open Source Initiative, we look at the implicat
Google seeking European and American approval for its £1.5 billion takeover of online ad firm DoubleClick.
Newer, cheaper technologies drive fastest growing broadband markets in Eastern Europe and Asia.
Users keen to run Windows XP rather than Vista on their machines will now find it far easier, thanks to a new scheme fro
The One Laptop Per Child programme is set to offer a "give one, get one" scheme to encourage donations.
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