A new travel portal, borne out of a two-year university consultancy project, has launched exclusively for organisations and employees within the public sector in the UK and Ireland.
Britain’s Wi-Fi generation of internet businesses want far deeper cuts in state handouts than anything proposed by the Coalition Government, according to a new survey.
Schools with broadband connectivity have improved academic results, schools minister Nick Gibb has admitted, despite an earlier statement that the government is to cut technology funding for schools.
A social media campaign being run by Code Computerlove on behalf of domestic violence charity Refuge and Avon, the company for women, gained a massive boost after a number of high profile celebrities tweeted their support.
The market for mobile phone-based authentication products and services will grow significantly over the next four years and could become the de-facto standard for securing cloud-based services such as Google Apps, according to an analyst report from Goode Intelligence.
The US government asked Google for user information 4,287 times during the first six months of 2010, while the UK put in over 1,000 such requests, according to new data released by the search giant.
UK online gambling firm Sportingbet has agreed to pay $33m (£21m) to settle a US investigation over alleged illegal internet gambling, US prosecutors said.
This week, the UK Government set out its plans to enforce the controversial Digital Economy Act, which gives them the power to send warning letters to web users who download content illegally. The plans however, involve copyright holders and ISPs footing the bill. Here’s some of the responses”
The UK Government has outlined its plans to enforce its new Digital Economy Act, aimed at cracking down on online piracy.
Boris Johnson has appointed a new Digital Advisory Board, to help the London Mayor’s various digital projects, including London Datastore, WIFI London, The London Card and the proposed single non-emergency number for London.