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LateRooms.com unveils mobile offering

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The discount hotel booking service has replicated its online offering for mobile users.

VMware launches Mac virtualisation

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Fusion goes on sale next week, letting users run 60 different operating systems from their Macs, offering a challenge to

Attachment spam on the rise

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Spammers increasingly turn to attachment spam as a means of avoiding detection by junk mail filters.

TelecityRedbus to build new Amsterdam datacentre

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New facilities in the Netherlands will see the construction of the hosting company's 20th European datacentre.

Watchdog calls for halt to e-voting pilots

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Electoral Commission does not see merit in continuing "piecemeal piloting" without direction and strategy from

Laser printers as unhealthy as smoking

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A study by Australian scientists shows some models of laser printers give off the same amount of particulate pollution a

Deletemusic worm threat to mp3 collections

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Researcher warns of new worm that spreads via USB flash disks and deletes user's online music collection.

Laptop prices threatened by component shortage

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Supply problems for key parts including screens and batteries will hit retail stocks and could force prices up.

Docklands IT density could be disastrous

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The density of data centres and peering connections in the Docklands could be disastrous for firms who can't afford

MPack malware more dangerous than phishing attacks

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Expert warns that the MPack malware toolkit gives criminals the means to steal bank account details without users going

Public Sector Roundup: Servers, e-buying cut costs

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Stoke-on-Trent halves the costs of order processing with e-procurement, Nottingham cuts energy use with blade servers, D

Users still at war with IT departments

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Users are still frustrated by ill-performing applications and slow responses from their IT departments according to new

Public sector failing on IT disposal

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National Audit Office report says public sector is lagging private enterprise when it comes to getting rid of old IT in

BA teams up with BT to monitor cargo

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The airline is using consignment route management technology from BT to help it better plan, track and analyse performan

O2 results bolstered by UK revenue lift

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The communications giant has released its second quarter results which show the UK is still performing well in a difficu

IT worker saves council £40,000 in energy costs

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An IT support worker has written a few lines of code to automatically shut down Staffordshire's 8,000 computers, sa

End of an era as Sky buys Amstrad

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Once the UK's biggest PC maker, British electronics company Amstrad is bought by its biggest customer, as Sky bring

The technology that brought you the Tour de France

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Cycling event the Tour de France is a marvel of modern technology.

Zero-day threats top concern for IT security staff

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New survey finds that over half of security professionals rate zero-day vulnerabilities as major cause for concern.

Small hotel chain lures big business with free net access

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The small chain of three and four star hotels is working with Hotel Broadband and Zyxel to give its customers free high-

Google no threat to Windows Mobile, claims Gates

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Microsoft chairman argues that Google's potential entry into the mobile phone software market will have little impa

Steria snaps up Xansa for £472 million

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Steria hopes the acquisition will beef up its presence in the UK and is paying a premium, estimated as more than 60 per

Nurses unconvinced by NHS e-records plan

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A survey of members of the Royal College of Nursing has shown nurses don't believe the NHS can deliver an electroni

Public Sector Roundup: Mobile payments, e-casework

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Portsmouth lets drivers pay for parking with their mobile phones, Lambeth helps speed up casework with web-based system,

Gumtree trials caching tech to support global growth

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The online classifieds site is working with NTT Europe Online to ensure that users around the world enjoy the same speed

Using LogMeIn Ignition and a USB stick to connect remotely to a PC.

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Want to have access to your files, applications and intranet services without carrying a laptop?

Employees lag behind employers in green activities

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Workers in the UK admit they're not as green as their employers but then go on to say that their organisations aren

Cisco to drop Linksys brand

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Cisco chief John Chambers has said there is no difference between business and home networking.

Nortel creates alliance to bid against mobile operators for UK WiMAX

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The UK must avoid 3G auction mistakes to stay competitive warns new industry alliance.

Technology the future of transport

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Technology to solve emissions, accidents and even congestion with intelligent transportation systems, IBM has said.

City-wide wireless network spending to surpass $6bn by 2012

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Offering city-wise wireless web access is a growing trend that's set to increase further as more cotton on to the b

Ofcom presses for VoIP services to give 999 access

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Regulator calls for VoIP service providers to allow calls to emergency services.

Open source moves to core of business

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Open source software has moved "out of the basement and into the boardroom," according to a survey from Ingres

Newcastle council credit card file appears on internet

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Independent expert bought in by council finds thousands of credit card details on unsecured server.

Intel charged with abusing market position by EU

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European Commission alleges chip giant Intel sought to exclude rival chip maker AMD from market.

ICT security policies must be understood

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While most firms have ICT security policies in place, many don't bother to ensure such documents are understood by

Education Roundup: Biometrics and web for schools

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This week, Becta gives advice on how best to use fingerprints and other biometrics in schools, universities move to onli

AMD's Barcelona line to ship next month

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AMD makes quad-core promise but remains tight-lipped about performance figures.

MoGo X54 PRO mouse launched for business users

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The creators of the MoGo mouse have unveiled two new members of its family in the hope of capitalising on both consumer

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