Chipmaker to work with Dell and Cambridge on helping researchers get the best out of HPC
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Big Blue has spoken out in response to reports suggesting large-scale lay-offs could be...
The Speaker's Commission on Digital Democracy wants to transform Parliament into a...
National roaming may stall 4G rollout in the UK, new research from EE suggests
A study has revealed 69 per cent of SMEs want to buy new tech and premises to boost productivity
The government will work with some of the biggest names in tech including Accenture, BT, CGI, Hewlett Packard and IBM
IDC predicts doom and gloom for wider tablet market
Android, BlackBerry, iOS or Windows Phone? Find out which is best for you
Wearable technology is set to be a strong seller over the holiday season, but firms need to consider the security issues
Lawmakers want search business separated from other commercial services
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are set to be the biggest UK shopping days ever, but are customers at risk?
Firm wants to target adverts based on what apps you use
Housing provider improving employee engagement with Advanced solution
Scientists discover graphene can conduct protons, much to the delight of fuel cell manufacturers
Firm accused of tax evasion by Beijing
Facebook growth hits single figures in latest research
Privacy regulators say offending links must be removed from .com domains
Trade body guidance aims to stop cyber security products falling into wrong hands
Davey Winder explains why the Russsian webcam story isn't news at all...
Shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah promises more digitally-skilled civil servants if party wins power
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users claims their handsets are more likely to suffer scratching than previous models
UK government could spend an extra £2.8 billion on staff if digital service goes wrong, reveals National Audit Office re
Extremist had "online exchange" via Facebook claiming he wanted to kill a soldier, it has emerged
The ASA has ruled against the use of unclear advertising by vloggers via their YouTube channels
Argos also bringing click and collect to underground stations
The German database giant is educating staff to better serve users struggling to adopt its latest technology
Electronic cigarettes may be better for your lungs, but they're not so great for your laptop
Sales of 12 million units in three months is deemed disappointing
Job posting appears to suggest firm wants to take on likes of Oculus Rift
Cyberoam’s CR2500iNG-XP fills the value gap other enterprise security appliances leave behind
Charge your iPhone 6 faster, make it more secure & install a better keyboard
Apple has released the iOS 8.1.1 update to improve stability and fix bugs that have plagued the OS
Save money with the original iPad Air, get the same battery life and solid performance
Philip Adams talks licenses, cloud and about the new face in the SAP UK MD seat...
A £100 price drop accompanies the return of the Mac Mini
Ofcom under pressure to do more to boost competition within UK's broadband market
SAP UK & Ireland User Group claims users poorly served by SAP account executives
Newly-discovered complex malware could be state-sponsored, researchers claim
The Android Lollipop tablet looks to outshine its iOS 8 counterpart
Games franchise appears to be suffering diminishing returns, which could spell trouble for the wider market
Ofcom says it's urgently investigating outage after UK left without non-emergency access to Police and NHS
Can this Core i5 15in laptop deliver value for SMBs?
New tool looks for state spyware on activist computers
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