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Half a dozen UK hospitals plan to start tracking the lifecycle of surgical equipment using GS1 UK's standards as pa
New survey finds that network managers are unhappy with network service providers.
The search giant has extended the reach of its calendar application to mobile users so that people can access and update
End of Intel exclusive deal could see 10 per cent cost cut on Toshiba laptops.
A busy Bank Holiday Monday in the world of technology as the UK telecoms regulator bows to pressure from mobile phone ne
Claims media powerhouse infringing on use of silver alloy in optical disc manufacture
Former VA Linux refocuses, continues name game
New twist in Nokia/Qualcomm patent argument sees the Finnish giant slapping the mobile chip maker with a patent counter
The seaside to London rail company has just kicked off a six month trial of free Wi-Fi internet access for passengers.
New £7.8m network will give UK and US fighter pilots rare opportunity to train together.
Andrew Nelson, TomorrowNow's chief executive and president, says that the company plans to continue to treat custom
World's leading search engine could be in trouble with European lawmakers over the way and length of time it retain
prototype laptop provides a complete computing experience, yet is barely thicker than a Motorola RAZR mobile phone.
European and Japanese researchers crack 307-digit number, have 1024-bit keys in sights.
Not enough players involved in the WiMax world really get where customers are coming from, according to an expert worki
Despite spam volumes increasing, users are less bothered about the problem, according to new survey.
Westminster has launched a competition calling for people to design an innovative application to run on its new wireless
Database will turn the screw on phishing gangs with standard XML reporting schema.
Fixed mobile convergence has come a long way but it still has a long journey ahead of it before the theory become realit
The London Borough of Waltham Forest plans to start work on the creation of an invisible wireless network later this yea
Experts warn that email is failing as a communication tool as spam gets out of hand.
The ferry company is helping customers to help themselves by embracing self service technology on its website.
Leading PC box shifter will offer three machines at launch, including a laptop, running the popular Ubuntu distribution
Large companies will find external WiMax systems alone too expense so vendors must also offer them dedicated in-building
Food company agrees deal with BT to connect 1,000 sites globally with VPN links.
Majority of system administrators welcome Microsoft's new operating system, according to a survey.
New Wan connections help plastics maker link up three new Eastern European offices.
Industry players will take stock of what has happened in the voice space when it comes to data roaming pricing, accordin
Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad and Xeon processors to go lead-free later this year.
The GSMA maintains that proposed roaming regulations are uncessary and may do more harm than good.
The communications and entertainment giants join forces to transform the PSP into an all-singing all-dancing video phone
Hospital trust deploys Nas gateway appliance from ONStor.
As Samsung gears up to release 32GB drives to retail, retailers claim customers will pay extra for reliability, power sa
Deal sees Cisco and RSA team up to encrypt data stored in Sans.
Supplying growing markets for personal and professional-grade flash RAM storage on the agenda
Networking equipment giant appears to be running an active acquisition queue
Court sets high standard for conspiracy theorists; individual's attempt at starting class-action against local carr
New intrusion prevention appliance aimed at network core and data centre deployments.
Many small businesses believe that flexible working is a non-starter for them as it is thought too expensive, but for so
The final day of national flexible working week focuses on the social side of smarter working practices.
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