Is the UK still a leading source of tech innovation?

Analysis & Insight 23 Apr, 2015 Caroline Preece

Britain has burgeoning start-up scenes, but what challenges do they face?

Westminster

Broadband & tech skills: the key election issues for start-ups

Analysis & Insight 21 Apr, 2015 Caroline Preece

Before the general election, we look at what the outcome could mean for UK start-ups

General Election 2015: How parties' tech policies shape up

Analysis & Insight 20 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Part Two: Data privacy vs spying, digital government and open data

Porn

Why restricting porn access opens door to spying

Analysis & Insight 17 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Tories' election pledge to introduce age restrictions is more worrying than it appears

LibDems: We'll protect your privacy from spying

News 15 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Party’s manifesto details aggressive stance on protecting personal data

David Cameron

Tories ‘will rip up red tape to make UK digital leader’

News 14 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Conservatives’ manifesto outlines commitments to start-ups and science skills

Labour manifesto pledges better broadband for UK

News 14 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

But is there much difference between Labour's and the Tories' plans for digital government?

Cookies

Fancy an insecure cookie? 99 percent of FTSE 100 do

News 13 Apr, 2015 Adam Shepherd

Warning: Your browser data could be up for grabs

European Commission

Google 'close to facing formal charges' in EU antitrust case

News 13 Apr, 2015 Rene Millman Caroline Preece

EU may issue formal charges against search engine giant in bid to inspire reform

Parliament

Lib Dems promise Digital Bill of Rights if elected

News 13 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Party vows to protect cyber security and promises prison time for data thieves

Amnesty International takes Gov to court over spying

News 13 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

Ten human rights orgs take government to the European Court of Human Rights to stop surveillance

Supercomputer

US Gov stops Intel updating China’s supercomputer

News 10 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

White House intervenes to prevent Intel sending China Xeon chips for planned upgrade

Conall Bullock becomes Cabinet Office's first chief digital officer

News 10 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

He will be responsible for running a mini-GDS

Fancy a Skype chat with your GP?

News 10 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

It's all part of Nick Clegg’s £250m plan to improve patient access to GPs

New BBC CTO eyes £90m savings with flexible IT approach

News 9 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Broadcaster will focus on user experience and design

Would you pay to protect your data online?

News 9 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

ICO says firms must protect user data, but people are worried about how secure their information is

Facebook Like sign

Facebook hit by class action lawsuit focused on data privacy

News 9 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Court case starts today to decide whether the social network is guilty of breaking EU law

The White House

Was Russia really behind White House hack?

Analysis & Insight 8 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Security experts examine CNN's claim that Russia is attacking President Obama's home

healthcare IT

NHS calls for innovators as part of new healthcare scheme

News 30 Mar, 2015 Caroline Preece

The NHS is searching for innovators across sectors to partner with local healthcare services