Soctim publishes IT leadership guides
The literature aims to define what leadership is and how to be successful during public sector reforms.
Mobile revenues predicted to double by 2013
Retailers to reap both opportunities and challenges from smartphones according to new research.
Southwark Council warned after misplacing personal
Personal details of over 7,000 people left behind in vacated building.
17 per cent of UK has never been online
Almost a fifth of the UK's population has never used the internet.
Google adds verbatim search tool
The verbatim tool will replace the '+' search option for results that reflect exact terms users search for.
Network & Internet
Broadband speeds slumping in peak hours
uSwitch data shows broadband speeds are crippled during peak hours in the UK.
Facebook flooded with foul images
Facebook says it is looking into user complaints of violent and sexual images on the site.
Dell fell in PC hell
The PC market is in turmoil with Dell losing ground in Western Europe as it has done globally.
3 opens Samsung Galaxy Nexus pre-order
The Android 4.0-powered phone is available for pre-order today via 3.
Government kicks off Global Entrepreneurship Week
Government marks the start of Global Entrepreneurship Week at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
Security services vendors in line for big bucks
Global spending on security services is predicted to reach $35.1 billion in 2011.
Researcher sends malicious app into Apple App Store
Sneaking past Apple's App Store proves successful, but the researcher who discovers the flaw is thrown off the iOS developer programme.
HP offers £130 TouchPads for developers
HP offers a cheap TouchPad "limited time" sale, but is the deal really as good as it seems?
Cyber attack drives Adidas websites offline
Adidas has to take some of its websites down after a "sophisticated" attack on the sportswear giant.
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange loses appeal
Assange is facing extradition back to Sweden if his lawyers can't do anything about it.
Google gives Gmail a facelift
The refreshed Gmail is rolling out to users across the world this week.
Quarter of UK premises missing out on 3G
Ofcom reveals there are still plenty of 3G not-spots, despite massive data usage amongst the UK population.
Nokia sponsors free Wi-Fi for London
Free Wi-Fi is to roll out in certain areas of London, thanks to a Nokia-sponsored initiative.
Report: Met Police using surveillance tool to intercept
A report suggests the Met is using a special technology to intercept people's mobile calls and even turn devices off.
Network & Internet
Google Street View to head inside businesses
Businesses will be able to open their doors to Google Street View from next year.
Motorola shaves back the years with new RAZR
The new device looks powerful and tough, with a screen featuring the Kevlar material used in body armour.
Google and Samsung to launch Nexus Prime tomorrow?
The Nexus Prime is to be announced tomorrow, if rumours are to be believed.
Four million Apple iPhone 4S sales in three days
Since its release just three days ago, over four million iPhone 4S devices are sold.
RIM offers free apps for outage victims
RIM offers a host of free apps as it remains penitent following the massive outages last week.
Google in Buzz kill drama
The internet giant kills off Buzz as it looks to make Google+ its main social focus.
Connected devices worth $1.2tn to mobile operators by 2020
Close collaboration in the mobile industry and other sectors is required to take advantage of the opportunities on offer, claims the GSMA.
MoD in data leak blunder
The MoD hasn't learned how to redact documents properly after the second snafu in a year.
Apple Covent Garden store robbed
iPads and other Apple gear is pilfered by a gang of motorbike-driving thieves.
Samsung lawsuit targets iPhone 4S with ban
The legal war between Apple and Samsung escalates, as the Korean company tries to get the freshly announced iPhone 4S banned.
Fujitsu workers' strike called off
The strike will not go ahead, after Unite and Fujitsu strike a deal.
Nokia pledges WP7 phone this quarter
Just as Apple is expected to announce a new iPhone, Nokia promises a new phone soon too.
Top five iPhone 5 rumours
Here's the rundown of our favourite iPhone 5 rumours doing the rounds.
A visit to Google's first Chrome Zone
Google has opened its first retail store in London so we sent Eva Martin down to Tottenham Court Road to have a look around.
Researchers warn of mobile geolocation dangers
ISACA stresses the need to protect mobile data from the increasing security threats posed by location-based apps.
Smart window concept promises vast energy savings
Researchers have created a 'smart' window that can adapt easily to hot or cold conditions.