European Parliament moves to boost competition, but stops short of creating a more-powerful regulator to take on Internet security.
IBM invited IT PRO down to its Hursley labs to see 50 years of cool tech inventions.
The Prime Minister has laid out plans to spend millions helping poor families buy computer equipment and broadband connections - after his government promised the same earlier this year.
That’s the main finding of research into consumer attitudes towards online security, where four out of five people also don not trust how organisations handle data.
The transport operator has signed two multi-million pound deals to maximise the revenue per seat on its East England rail franchises.
As the discussion about patient confidentiality rumbles on, the NHS denies reports that it is prepared to sell patient data to third parties without consent.
The Information Commissioner's Office has called on consumers to manage their personal information themselves.
Google’s shiny new browser can’t seem to stay above the one per cent market share mark.
Video posted by student Matti Juhani Saari before yesterday’s shooting revealed threat as well as Finland’s alarming gun culture.
The floundering handset maker doesn't expect to improve its shrinking market share any time soon.
US carrier Verizon reveals the imminent arrival of the BlackBerry Storm in a promotional email.
Sources suggest that a dispute over the value of Siemens’ stake in the business is holding back Fujitsu’s takeover plan.
The prospect of a merger or partnership between Yahoo and Time Warner’s AOL is still on the cards.
Dell hopes that the move into selling store PCs will ensure it makes its mark in the emerging markets.
The PC maker defends its green credentials, arguing that it is responding to environmental concerns about technology, despite criticism from groups including Greenpeace.
Debut handset will be made by HTC and carried by T-Mobile in the US and UK.
And the Prime Minister is set to offer millions of pounds to get every student online.
The speed and flexibility of so-called Web 2.0 tech is forcing enterprises to evolve, according to a new report.
Big Blue has formalised its policy when it comes to using open technical standards.
The amount of adult or controversial content carried on the internet has exploded in recent years - and porn is still tops for content.
Online customer experience is still far from ideal,
according to research.
Report shows Ofcom will favour standards and competition over public funding for the next-generation of super-fast broadband in the UK.
The software giant’s latest server product targets performance and integration beyond traditionally demanding high-performance computing workloads.
Emerging markets continue to spur growth in mobile subscriptions, with the latest billion new users coming in just five quarters.
French telecoms operator is preparing a fresh bidding round after last year’s effort failed to generate a decent offer.
The UK’s five physical mobile phone network operators are collaborating on a project to promote advertising via mobile devices.
Security software vendor McAfee goes on a spending spree in an effort to expand its product range and increase market share.
LTU is calling for a halt to Indian offshoring at the banking giant after it completes its takeover of HBOS.
With the LHC experiment on hold after a technical fault, we look back at the stories that have made CERN's multi-billion pound experiment one of the most talked-about science stories of the decad
The government agency has commissioned new portfolio management systems to track £4-billion worth of public projects.
CERN scientists say it will be two months before world’s largest machine starts up again.
A new Federal law about to hit the statute books will introduce tougher penalties for ID crime as well as the right to sue for losses.
If you're looking for a system to handle serious database or virtualisation duties, this 8-socket Opteron server has what it takes.
Looking to become the biggest ISP in the UK, Carphone bids for Tiscali's UK business on the cheap.
The North London-based local authority has bought new software to assure the quality of citizen data before it is integrated with key line-of-business applications.
Open source drivers will become an imperative, rather than a choice, for device manufacturers who want to break into new markets and extend their user base.
The current patient consent system is being revised so that doctors will need permission to access electronic health records.
Some of the new ultra compact power adapters sold in the US, Japan and elsewhere are faulty and potentially dangerous, triggering a mass recall and exchange process.
Reports suggest that the Fujitsu Siemens joint venture might not be extended by Siemens as partnership comes up for renewal next year.