Danielle Nordine
Google ordered to hand over YouTube logs
Network & Internet

Google ordered to hand over YouTube logs

The US ruling ordering Google to hand over viewer information is part of the Viacom lawsuit with YouTube.
4 Jul 2008
Public Sector Roundup: Hospitals go high-tech
public sector

Public Sector Roundup: Hospitals go high-tech

European Union calls for better disabled access on the web, Hillingdon cuts carbon, and one hospital gets single sign-on, while Poole Hospital trust u…
3 Jul 2008
Museum of Computing is now homeless
public sector

Museum of Computing is now homeless

The museum is currently in storage in an office in Swindon, after losing its home at the University of Bath.
3 Jul 2008
Banks make online banking BlackBerry-friendly
BlackBerry smartphone
Network & Internet

Banks make online banking BlackBerry-friendly

Major banks add Monilink’s third-party BlackBerry access service to their online banking sites.
2 Jul 2008
Gartner predicts clouds for email
Network & Internet

Gartner predicts clouds for email

Gartner predicts email will push cloud computing into the mainstream.
2 Jul 2008
EU starts looking for Galileo suppliers
Mobile

EU starts looking for Galileo suppliers

The European Union has advertised a contract for the first part of the £2.4 billion satellite navigation project.
2 Jul 2008
HMRC denies asking the US for fraud help
HMRC
Security

HMRC denies asking the US for fraud help

Revenue and Customs says it was offered access to the US’s DARTT anti-fraud system.
30 Jun 2008
Another NHS laptop goes missing
public sector

Another NHS laptop goes missing

A laptop stolen from the car of a Colchester University Hospital manager contained the personal details of several thousand patients.
30 Jun 2008
Nationwide signs BT in £160m outsourcing deal
outsourcing

Nationwide signs BT in £160m outsourcing deal

Nationwide will outsource its IT services to BT in a seven-year contract, which will see the building society's networks on the 21CN system.
30 Jun 2008
Government launches £9m internet safety ad campaign
Network & Internet

Government launches £9m internet safety ad campaign

The plan, meant to raise awareness of the dangers of the internet, will launch this summer.
25 Jun 2008
Public Sector Roundup: Digital radios for Glasgow's Subway
public sector

Public Sector Roundup: Digital radios for Glasgow's Subway

Strathclyde Partnership for Transport updates its rail comms, Barnsley goes green and Humberside Police invests in crime-fighting IT.
25 Jun 2008
CCTV will now ‘hear’, as well as see
News

CCTV will now ‘hear’, as well as see

CCTV cameras will be able to detect telling noises, such as breaking glass.
24 Jun 2008
700 Fujitsu IT jobs at risk
NHS
public sector

700 Fujitsu IT jobs at risk

Staff who were working on a terminated NHS IT project could be axed if not redeployed onto other contracts.
23 Jun 2008
ICANN proposes major domain name changes
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Network & Internet

ICANN proposes major domain name changes

The proposal to allow users to create their own top level domains could offer up millions of new variations for web addresses.
23 Jun 2008
Oyster cards at risk from cloning
Oyster Card
Security

Oyster cards at risk from cloning

Researchers in Holland reveal that London’s contactless transport payment cards can be copied, allowing user to travel for free.
23 Jun 2008
Dundee to become Scotland’s first “fibrecity”
Network & Internet

Dundee to become Scotland’s first “fibrecity”

Broadband internet access should be available to 55,000 homes by 2010 by running fibre through the sewers.
19 Jun 2008
Air travel top 'web-enabled' sector
Network & Internet

Air travel top 'web-enabled' sector

The air transport industry is the first 'truly web-enabled industry,' according to a survey by SITA.
19 Jun 2008
Six laptops stolen from South London hospital
Laptops

Six laptops stolen from South London hospital

St George's Hospital is the latest in a long string of public sector laptop thefts.
18 Jun 2008
BCS slams IT degree funding cuts
Business strategy

BCS slams IT degree funding cuts

But the government has defended its decision not to mark IT as a subject important to the public interest.
18 Jun 2008
Public Sector Roundup: Technology tackles truancy
public sector

Public Sector Roundup: Technology tackles truancy

This week, Stafford Sports College automates truancy notification, the MoD launches an online travel service, Manchester Police go mobile and Tandbrid…
18 Jun 2008
Skype 4.0 Beta for Windows released today
Mobile

Skype 4.0 Beta for Windows released today

The updated version of Skype focuses on better management of video calling.
18 Jun 2008
LaCie announces 1TB hard disk
Server & storage

LaCie announces 1TB hard disk

Little Big Disk Quadra 1TB is announced today by LaCie, which claims the storage product offers fast speeds in a size the palm of your hand.
17 Jun 2008
Police laptop stolen from car
Security

Police laptop stolen from car

But Avon and Somerset say the data on their deputy chief constable’s machine is secure.
16 Jun 2008
Government web sites fall short on support for life events
public sector

Government web sites fall short on support for life events

Transformational government sites have ‘ample room for improvement’, report says.
16 Jun 2008
3 offers Skype to businesses
3 Skypephone
Mobile

3 offers Skype to businesses

Skype-to-Skype calling and messaging from mobile phones to be available on a new business price plan, following the success of 3's consumer service.
10 Jun 2008
Nokia maintains smartphone lead
Mobile

Nokia maintains smartphone lead

But Apple's iPhone is catching up on RIM's BlackBerry, a report from Gartner has said.
9 Jun 2008
3G iPhone Roundup: All the latest rumours...
Mobile

3G iPhone Roundup: All the latest rumours...

With Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) starting on Monday, speculation is rife that the iPod maker will unveil its long-awaited 3G iPhone.
6 Jun 2008
Younger workers get web fix at work
Business strategy

Younger workers get web fix at work

But their downloads are hurting enterprise bandwidth, a new survey has shown.
5 Jun 2008
Intel confirms Atom chip shortage
Software

Intel confirms Atom chip shortage

The chip maker confirms it's about six weeks behind on the Atom, which is in high demand for cheap laptops.
3 Jun 2008