The devices and advanced technology will monitor symptoms in Parkinson's disease...
Microsoft’s virtual assistant, Cortana, is rumoured to be a big feature of the upcoming...
Android KitKat 4.4 is now running on 21 per cent of Android phones and still growing
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The completion of Microsoft's foray into online advertising will create a new advertising and publishing division a
The release of service pack 1 in the fourth quarter means Exchange Server 2007 will be supported by Windows Server 2008
Clustering handles growth and helps studio develop new business for digital effects school.
ICO wants public to help develop code of conduct on data sharing and CCTV.
Following a court ruling that Novell owns key Unix copyrights rather than embattled SCO, we look at the colourful and li
The Federation of Small Businesses calls for better online protections against fraud to protect and encourage smaller fi
Insurer tackles automation of standard communications and the need to customise bulk mailings to comply with financial a
Patch Tuesday flags up six critical and three important updates for flaws in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer and XML
A report from e-skills UK shows that the UK and Denmark have higher IT training levels than the European average.
Phone giant says BL-5C battery used in millions of popular business and consumer phones could overheat, creating a serio
Joint monitoring product delivers greater business intelligence and offers process improvement.
Windows giant and the company behind Gmail follow the lead of Apple by increasing the amount of storage space their onli
UK skills gap widens as London takes lion share of technology jobs in the UK.
Systems integration contract with M&S will see IBM handle the updating of the retailer's in-store technology an
Over-flowing inboxes and pressure for a quick reply means office employees are being stressed by their email, according
Mobile phone surveillance company has server stolen from Kent office.
UK Security and IT Managers feel their companies do not have processes in place to deal with legal changes, a survey has
Trio of hackers thought to be behind defacement of United Nations website.
Judge favours Novell in ongoing licensing case, ruling that SCO does not own a key copyright for Unix.
With the full launch of the BBC's video on-demand service looming, leading broadband providers voice concerns over
Enfield uses online system to cut recruitment times and Kent Police join a public sector IT partnership, while South Wal
Vulnerability in ATI video driver could have allowed rootkits to run in Vista kernel.
Accessing social networking and dating sites will drive mobile broadband above a billion users by 2012, Juniper Research
Industry reaction to government internet security report pours cold water on the idea on making them liable for customer
Electronic authentication can offer companies benefits, but the digital divide means paper is here to stay, say analysts
Video search aggregator employs vast army of staff to view content before listing it, and Sony reveals its green credent
Companies setting up shop in virtual environments, such as Second Life, should consider the possible risks, according to
The Government should review IT procurement for schools says government select committee.
Local authorities and other public sector organisations should make use of social networking, but must take care with in
Acquisition will build out data protection and compliance portfolio.
Administrators face bumper patching period.
The mobile giant has become a principal member of the WiMAX Forum.
St Albans school deploys wireless, cash-free checkout system for kids to improve transaction management.
Upgrading to a 100mb Ethernet network has cut telephony charges and boosted attendance at South Nottingham College.
As of next week, people won't need a licence to make use of ultra-wideband (UWB) technology-powered devices.
Trojan evades captcha security defending webmail services from automated sign-ups.
Search optimisation improves visibility of the world-famous shirt maker's website and boosts trade.
UCL student develops new health assessment tool to help medical professionals and patients visualise the impact of lifes
This week, an online auction has saved Wales £6 million on IT and Socitm opens entries for its IT travel contest, while
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