Google's 'mobilegeddon' update to hit Nintendo, MI5, RyanAir

News 15 Apr, 2015 Caroline Preece

Google will update its mobile-friendly algorithm on 21 April, penalising many prominent sites in the process

Become a security expert in eight weeks

News 15 Apr, 2015 Caroline Preece

A new cyber security bootcamp has been created to train graduates into experts within eight weeks

Intel ‘pays high price’ for reliance on PCs with flat quarter

News 15 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Plummeting desktop sales underline need for chipmaker to modernise

EU files antitrust charges against Google - and targets Android

News 15 Apr, 2015 Nicole Kobie

European regulators finally press charges against Google over alleged search bias


Twitter trolls targeted with automated life tips

News 15 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

Zero Trollerance uses clever disappearing bots to find those using sexist language

Things to see and do in Dublin

Analysis & Insight 13 Apr, 2015 Bryn McIntyre

We explore what Dublin has to offer business travellers in the third of our City Guide series...

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


Worldwide IT spending set to shrink according to Gartner

News 10 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

However, it's not as dismal as it seems with less favourable exchange rates accounting for much of the shift

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

News 9 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Broadcaster will focus on user experience and design

Technology in 2015: What are the key trends?

Analysis & Insight 9 Apr, 2015 Matt Mullarkey-Toner

We take a look at what trends will continue in 2015 and what will be consigned to history

Stephen Pritchard

How much does the average drone cost?

Analysis & Insight 9 Apr, 2015 Stephen Pritchard

A lot less than you'd think, Stephen Pritchard reveals...

DEA and Secret Service embroiled in Silk Road case

News 9 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

DEA special agent Carl Force and Secret Service special agent Shaun Bridges were arrested earlier this week

Things to see and do in New York

Analysis & Insight 8 Apr, 2015 Bryn McIntyre

We explore what New York has to offer business travellers in the second of our City Guide series...


Tories will add age checks for porn sites

News 7 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

The Conservatives will also set up a regulatory body and may introduce electronic ID cards to ensure no one underage accesses pornography

Stephen Pritchard

Diverted profits, diverted investment?

Analysis & Insight 2 Apr, 2015 Stephen Pritchard

The Government's so-called Google Tax came into effect this month. Will it deter tech firms from investing in the UK?


Impact launches second mobile internet innovation open call

News 2 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

The initiative invites European startups using the EU's Fiware tech to apply for the opportunity to win €2.5m of funding

HP and Mike Lynch trade suits in Autonomy battle

News 1 Apr, 2015 Nicole Kobie

HP sues Autonomy founder for $5.1bn - but Mike Lynch responds with a countersuit

Office Workers

UK firms are making the most of productivity managing tech

News 1 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

Kronos and Aberdeen Group have found that using automated systems is also helping companies cut costs


Two satellites added to Galileo EU navigation network

News 31 Mar, 2015 Clare Hopping

Galileo 7 and 8 will join six other satellites to improve EU navigational infrastructure


Big IT firms ‘gouge council clients for extra cash’

News 27 Mar, 2015 Joe Curtis

Microsoft and Oracle accused of raising software licenses to make up for flagging revenue