Business collaboration tool with limited capabilities will be free to users this quarter
iPhone 6 sales propel Apple to record profit and revenue
Adobe Flash continues to get phased out
Chipmaker to work with Dell and Cambridge on helping researchers get the best out of HPC
The open source giant has played the latest card up its Linux automation sleeve with the beta release of a new real-time
The Met head of computer crime has endorsed calls for an e-crime unit to coordinate the police response to growing cyber
Group to encourage girls into IT jobs is adding a thousand members a week.
Information Commissioner Richard Thomas tells government he needs more money and spot check powers - and challenges ID c
Airline and catering logistics company supports worldwide SAP installation with outsourced scalable network service.
Efficiency will outpace budget and service improvements as the main factor in spending decisions as growth in spending s
But 3G, wi-fi and Bluetooth in a 5" PC with sliding keyboard is only for Europe and Asia.
The latest version of the virtualisation product for Mac includes security, disk management and backup in a single packa
For those put off by the cost or contractual terms of Apple's new iPhone, a newly launched e-commerce website offer
Government study shows that the majority of UK companies offer flexible working of some sort.
Research suggests that merger and acquisition activities too often ignore IT integration, to the detriment of shareholde
Four billion mobile subscribers by 2009, according to Nokia's chief executive.
Online auction, announced for early next year, is expected to encourage high-capacity wireless broadband services.
Innovative mobile app calculates our effect on the environment.
Green phones and "context aware" services to drive mobile internet.
Financial services organisations are causing self-inflicted harm by creating poor-quality in-house code according to a n
Results of annual UK Oracle User Group survey has found that, while the satisfaction levels in technology is gaining, su
The UK is above average in Europe for internet access and broadband rollout, according to an EU survey.
The rail operator has launched its new site, designed to make the ticket-buying experience easier for customers.
A Mozilla executive has said his firm's web browser jumps to 48 million Active Daily Users from 23 million last yea
Customers are hungry for the pizza chain's products as the company boasts a bumper week of online sales.
The latest Microsoft operating system celebrates its first birthday, but it is marked by slow enterprise adoption.
Latest spam and virus end-of-year trends and prediction report has found 2007 spam levels have increased 100 per cent on
Payments association predicts online shopping will smash the £5 billion mark in December with today the most popular for
A newspaper poll has shown that support for the identity card scheme has fallen to 43 per cent.
In the wake of the HM Revenue and Customs data loss debacle, IT PRO sat down with security expert Jon Callas, chief tech
It is 15 years today since the first commercial text was sent over the Vodafone network by Airwide Solutions engineer Ne
Ed Zander steps down as chief executive in January and as chairman in May following swingeing job cuts and three quarter
Council-backed location-based text service will guide the public to the nearest loo in Westminster.
New mobile routing technology installed across store estate guarantees communication and transaction network access and
Web search giant is looking to increase competition in the wireless world by bidding for block of spectrum with a reserv
An online petition has been set up to ask the government to form a central e-crime police unit, following last week'
The largest web hosting firm in the UK has told its customers that some FTP spaces have been compromised, just a month a
New Zealand police confirm they have questioned a teenager for allegedly leading a gang that created a one-million stron
A Manchester mall uses Automatic Number Plate Recognition to cut crime by 65 per cent, Barking patients get free text re
Sales by UK businesses over the internet jumped 29 per cent on year, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Launch of Askville.com puts the online retailer into the business of answering ad-hoc questions, alongside the likes of
The European Union settles on DVB-H as it tries to harmonise mobile TV services across Europe and ensure compatibility o
Researchers have developed an alternative to copper and glass network infrastructure cabling they claim could eliminate
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