The 80999 service is being expanded to cover more people in the South West of England.
IT PRO takes a closer look at RIM's first touch screen handset.
The email-via-phone pioneer hopes its first touch screen device will go down a storm when it comes to market later this year.
The threat of running out of IP addresses is not motivating businesses to switch to IPv6, but the cost of rushing a late migration may prove a different matter.
Chip fabs will be spun off into a separate manufacturing business, with AMD concentrating on chip design.
An enterprise UTM appliance that’s big on features, performance and expansion potential, but is it good value as well?
The BlackBerry maker insists that handsets aimed at consumers will retain all the security features that business users have been using for years.
Businesses acknowledge the need for green IT improvements, but are still failing to act.
A British citizen is one of a pair of Europeans being chased by the FBI, alleged to have attacked US online retailers for profit.
The National Skills Academy for IT looks to recruit and train more IT pros for the sector.
Broadband comms are getting faster for UK companies, according to new research.
A new report shows that fewer teachers feel 'competent' with technology in the classroom.
Competition in the smartphone space is fiercer than ever. Is HTC's Touch Pro as good as we initially hoped?
A Dutch professor has laid out how to hack the chip used in Oyster cards, following a legal battle to keep the information quiet.
As rumours of a 50Mb broadband rollout surface, a new test places Virgin Media ahead of the mobile operator for download speeds.
Apple’s iconic handset is second only to Motorola’s RAZR among American mobile phone users.
The chipmaker is expected to announce its turnaround plan, which will involve outsourcing production and reducing its debt.
Spam volumes drop, but the UK still tops the European phishing ranking.
The oldest local authority in the UK has finally selected archiving and records management software to manage its business needs.
The maker of the Eee PC claims it has suffered little impact from the global economic downturn.
The enterprise software maker's shares dove 19 per cent today, taking rival Oracle down eight per cent.
The online marketplace will cut a thousand jobs after reporting weaker-than-expected revenue results.
Yet, some businesses still think it’s not for them, according to a new survey.
Pay rates have fallen by 12 per cent for IT workers in the finacial sector, according to new research.
IBM is joining the likes of Microsoft, Amazon and Intel by offering cloud computing services.
Orange has teamed up with the World Wildlife Foundation in France to examine the environmental impact of different mobile phones.
In the light of recent stiff competition, can Palm’s latest do enough to keep business users interested?
Savvy brands are beginning to realise that social networks have the potential to support almost every aspect of a business – especially marketing and branding.
Ben Sherman has replaced an existing Cisco wireless LAN in an effort to speed business by providing more secure and manageable wireless access to staff.
A huge database would store billions of pieces of communication in order to fight against terrorism, but how will it stay secure?
Microsoft is to allow downgrades from Vista for an additional six months.
Focusing away from the problem may actually help you focus on the solution, according to researchers.
No job cuts are expected by service desk workers, but that sector can expect a hiring freeze, a study has shown.
New technology to improve the management of customer services has led West Berkshire Council to improve service quality, efficiency and first-time call resolution.
Research suggests that two thirds of companies will adopt some form of SaaS as enterprises move towards more virtual and cloud-based computing.
Despite the experiment being delayed, scientists are keen to show off the massive computing grid being used to analyse the deluge of data.
An easily deployed web content filtering solution with strong policy based controls but can Clearswift keep up with the latest productivity sapping web threats?
Banking giant tests out a unified communications solution from Nortel in London, with a view to rolling it out globally.
Delivery company makes major in-vehicle satellite navigation investment to streamline its business and offer near real-time parcel tracking for customers.
The theft of the encrypted computer follows another data breach by MI6.