Special mobile unit was set up in 2010 to steal encryption keys
Social forum will pull nude pictures if victims say they were posted without consent
This time the social networking giant comes under fire from Belgian data privacy watchdog
The company's CEO will meet Europe's anti-trust chief next week to decide on...
The second version of application testing platform AppTitude targets Microsoft Softgrid for virtualisation in a spin-off
NOA and Unite are concerned about Shell's IT plans, specifically the redundancy packages on offer and the wider imp
The deployment of network optimisation, management and file services IT has enabled continued server consolidation benef
India's popularity as an offshoring destination shows no signs of slowing down, which could spell bad news for UK b
US state to investigate the chipmaker and whether it unlawfully affected rival AMD's ability to compete.
Average pay for permanent and contract positions has remained unchanged for the past three quarters, according to a new
The vendor previews a bumper first round of patches for 2008 that address dozens of flaws in it database, e-business sui
New figures reveal uncontrolled growth of greynets on enterprise networks help numbers of attacks on MSN, Yahoo!
Brighton College simplifies its anti-virus setup, police forces manage safety courses, and hospital workers get more eff
National Computing Centre research finds importance of merger and acquisition experience is growing in senior UK IT role
Product tackles growing enterprise problems of spam, viruses and phishing via software as a service model.
Analysis: Despite no shortage of predictions to the contrary, 2007 was not the year that mobile email went mainstream.
At the BETT conference in London, a Greenwich school tells how it's trialling Nintendo DS in classrooms, a survey s
Former chief of technology for project launches Pixel Qi with ambitions to make a $75 laptop and other low-cost, power e
HP demonstrates its ideas on how to get ROI from RFID technology.
Forthcoming product releases move SWsoft further into the virtualisation market, and allow its software to run mixed env
Government official calls on educators to look to the past to figure out the future for technology in schools in 2025 an
Short range wireless losing out to wired technologies including HDMI, says Gartner.
Trials of super-fast broadband over fibre optic are to take place from August in Kent.
Education technology agency Becta has again warned educational bodies against upgrading to Vista or Office 2007 over cos
Some 2,600 schools in London are set to get e-safety software though the London Grid for Learning.
Users get mid-tier mobile broadband service and a Windows Vista laptop for £35 a month.
The first observed use of the 'Storm' worm botnet sending out phishing emails targeting online banking custome
Electronics expo highlights the technologies that will make waves and change the way we work and play in the coming year
It's a case of new year, new chief executive for Mozilla as John Lilly gains a promotion.
The luxury jewellery retailer updates transactional site with platform that delivers improved search, personalisation, r
Brunel University uses IronMail to target online harrassment to protect their 13,000 students.
With the announcement that Warner Bros is going with Blu-ray, it seems the Sony-backed platform has won the HD format sk
Minister for schools announces plans to give parents real-time, web-based access to children's progress in school b
Analysts point to growth in Solid State drive use, particularly in notebooks, as the cost per GB is expected to fall to
The automotive company fine-tunes dealer catchment planning and streamlines reporting with new location-based analysis a
The first Patch Tuesday update of the year lightens loads for security administrators, fixing three Windows vulnerabilit
External "Black Armor" drive offers full disk encryption.
Office Live Workspace offers "SharePoint for the masses."
Negroponte answers Intel's untimely announcement of its withdrawal from the low-cost laptop project, while reports
News from the show floor as Bluetooth has its tenth birthday party, personalisation comes to mobile content and HP tries
The pizza giant's web sales are looking pretty healthy.
Survey shows demand for ICT workers is at a six year high, with salaries up £100 a week over that same period.
BT and Cisco to modernise the telephony infrastructure used by academics and students.
North East bus giant claims its scheme selling bus tickets by mobile phone is a UK first.
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