Government gives local groups an extra three weeks to submit their applications.
Tim Cook makes no apologies for tax payment plans during a hearing in the US.
However, consumer electronics giant claims there are "encouraging" signs of a...
Revamped Transport for London website will debut later this year with improved mobile,...
The bank and its First Direct division have rolled out a new mobile service aimed at giving customers greater access to
Ed Richards, a former Labour senior policy advisor, has been promoted from COO to CEO
D-Link's Linux phone will be open to all users and developers, and allow 3G and Wi-Fi communication
The analyst reckons that the market for WLAN semiconductors is on the up and will be worth more than $3 billion in just
Gang that carried out denial of service attacks against UK firms jailed
A bold move to rename a key product suite may be a bad move by Open Text according to analyst Butler Group
Confusion reigns over the standard but Asus promises free upgrade whatever the outcome
The high life may soon be over for mobile handset makers as they save au revoir to double-digit growth from 2007
Wafer thin new optical disc could change principles behind storage media
As mainframes fall out of fashion IBM begins a five year program to make its System z computer easier to use.
Research by YouGov and T-Mobile shows that users' appetite for Wi-Fi connectivity hasn't been satisfied comple
Canadian giant says competition is healthy as it moves to tell users that they can do more than just email with their Bl
Embattled computer giant unveils new business printers, print head technology, multifunction devices and support softwar
Researchers who announced flaw admit it was a fake
Those with malicious intent are targeting mobile users who still believe they are less at risk than PC users
August shows largest sales yet as manufacturers gear up for Christmas
The founder and chief executive of the world's leading business intelligence software vendor.
Stack 'em high and sell 'em cheap software from Formjet will be sold against competition like Microsoft
Remote XT is designed to deter would-be mobile thieves and has received the backing of the Metropolitan Police and other
Experts who dismiss 3G could be missing a trick
Open source browser may need a ground up rewrite if hackers are to be believed
Research claims that customer service directors believe that an increase in their IT budgets will directly affect custom
Two of the industry's leading players are challenging RIM's current market dominance
Major holes highlighted in online banking security
Cable and Wireless will provide a secure managed network to enable hundreds of local authorities to better share data
The information watchdog wants to be sure that organisations using RFID don't disrespect the Data Protection Act
Polymorphic viruses and social engineering driving virus development
Decision makers must make sure they're more aware of the energy implications of their technology decisions warns Ga
The mobile and chip giants pair up to work collaboratively on a new component that will boost notebook users' conne
IT PRO gets to grips with build 5600, the latest beta of Microsoft's next server release of Windows.
Finance director now fingered as the start of the investigation as the leaking starts ahead of congressional hearings
Bandwidth needs push Intel ahead of Wi-Fi Alliance company claims
The search giant reached the grand old age of eight yesterday, or did it?
The registry in charge of dishing out mobile extensions opens its doors to the public
Staff carelessness with cheap and plentiful technology is causing funding and security problems
Minimal customer satisfaction highlights serious flaws in outsourcing and poor communications policy
New combination offering from Sophos opens up company from security to general management
Gartner's first European Financial Services Summit warns of radical changes in banking and financial services
First devices to be available by the end of 2006.
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