Journalist reveals very first mass surveillance programme, Project Echelon
Intel backs the US challenge to China's supercomputer dominance, but is the project doomed before it starts?
Bracken will step down on 30 September, after four years transforming Gov IT
Deals exceed Cabinet Office £100m contract red lines but could change tech for 200,000 users
Harsher penalties for online piracy are 'not appropriate', warns paralegal
Tech giant rebels against French data watchdog's decision
Consoles like the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Wii U will now be eligible for sale across mainland China
GDS 'must launch a public awareness campaign to get more users for its identity assurance platform'
Parliamentary committee to examine how Whitehall could better serve entrepreneurs in world of Big Data
Internet-based companies that are avoiding tax bills cost treasury £5.9bn, claims agency
Investigation to be carried out into how authorities are able to access MPs’ phone and email data
The prototype Government-as-a-Platform service will let you pay from your tablet or smartphone
Europe's highest court is set to rule on whether Uber is offering an illegal service. What could the outcome mean for the sharing economy?
MoD extends Lockheed defence deal as contractor reviews future of underperforming IT division
The company will develop a sub-company that will use the technology to capture photos and data for businesses
Government mindset around technology must change, but GaaP won't create substantial savings 'for years'
New network principles designed to improve mobile working
Californian fire department helicopters grounded for 20 minutes because of drone in area
Programme uses treadmill and virtual reality headsets to test public interaction with driverless cars
Baroness of Soho will develop proposals on improving digital adoption for NHS users