Passport to Pimlico goes broadband
India is a unique country with unique communication problems – no surprise in a country with more than a thousand languages
HP has been showing off new notebooks based on Intel's Core Duo chips, some aimed at mobile warriors and some designed for consumers
Council aims to cut fraud and increase turnout using new technology...
With Windows Live Mail currently being tested, here is a look back at how Web-based e-mail has changed since 1997.
RFID medicine cabinets, wearable health systems and a Scrabble-playing table...
Watching next generation smart-CCTV in action...
How the French have embraced the wireless lifestyle
Biometric tech does automatic immigration check on passengers entering the UK
We took a trip to Massachusetts to see the headquarters of the free software movement
From wearable cameras to addressing developing nations
Like any large company, Cisco must ensure it has state-of-the-art facilities within its datacentres. ZDNet UK took a peek inside the company's Amsterdam facility to see how it copes with the pressure
18,500 garages finally linked to delayed system
LinuxWorld: Oracle nerds battled MySQL geeks at a quiz where Bill Gates, Larry Ellison and Google all came in for some stick
Apple Computer's public beta of Boot Camp, software that lets Intel-based Macs natively run Windows XP.