Microsoft sheds light on how big data insights can benefit
Software giant talks about the work it is doing to help developing countries use technology to improve their residents' quality of life.
Interoute scores cloud security goal with Euro 2012
Cloud provider explains how it protected UEFA's website from hackers during Euro 2012.
BT launches Windows phone Wi-Fi app
Telco marks new app's release by announcing global Wi-Fi hotspot numbers.
SQL and DDOS attacks remain priority for hackers
Sensitive data increasingly being gleamed from social networks and through the practice of 'E-whoring', notes Imperva.
Netnames warns of rise in eBook piracy
Online brand protection firm claims independent textbook publishers stand to lose the most from uptick in eBook piracy.
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EE's 4G pricing plans get thumbs down from mobile users
Poll by broadband news site reveals end users are less than impressed by operator's 4G pricing.
Gartner: Big data to account for $28bn worth of IT spend in
Market watcher predicts term "big data" will become obsolete by 2020.
Symantec flags up SMB security threats
Security vendors warns SMBs to be on their guard against hackers using them as a way in to larger firms.
Greater Manchester Police pays £120k fine for data breach
Unencrypted memory stick containing the details of thousand people linked to serious crimes stolen from officer's home.
US Government calls for Adobe Flash Player upgrades
Warning follows discovery of "critical" flaw that could leave users vulnerable to attack.
Lenovo introduces Windows 8 hybrids
Firm gearing up to launch army of ARM and Intel-based devices.
Sony halts Xperia tablet sales
Vendor forced to recall tablets after defect leaves devices susceptible to water damage.
Business users warned of growing DDoS risk
US firm flags growing threat of large DDoS attacks.
Nominet proposes shorter, more secure .UK domains
Internet registry launches consultation into .UK domain changes.
EU fleshes out ICT innovation agenda
EU vice president Neelie Kroes calls on private sector to step up to the innovation challenge.
Chinese Foxconn plant reopens after mass staff brawl
Company claims factory shutdown will not affect the firm's product output.
Accenture throws weight behind tech start-ups
Fledgling mobile, data management, IT security and social media firms to be offered help with fine tuning their offerings.
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Government ramps up superfast broadband funding
Ten UK cities have been allocated a share of the Government's £14m broadband pot.
UPDATED: UK BlackBerry users hit by new service outage
Smartphone maker assures users that normal service has now been resumed.
Demos-O2 report sheds light on UK data sharing concerns
Think tank teams up with comms provider to pinpoint online sharing issues.
LinkedIn UK user base hits 10 million
Social networking site lauds UK popularity.
Debenhams launches Quest to solve email overload
Department store group uses firm's email archiving technology to cope with growth in online orders.
ESET airs kiddy smartphone security concerns
Security vendor's latest research highlights parental ignorance of smartphone threats.
Google acquires online security startup VirusTotal
Search giant builds out security portfolio with latest purchase.
Kcom lauds voice recognition's role in NHS savings
Comms provider's overhaul of NHS Business Services Authority's health card scheme reaps rewards.
Research: IT professionals unprepared for cyber attacks
Kaspersky claims firms must to do more to protect themselves from hackers.
Imation shines light on scale of NHS data breaches
Figures obtained from the Information Commissioner's Office reveal marked rise in NHS data protection failures since 2007.