A sub-group of the Free Software Foundation (FSF) wants Bono to speak out against the harsh Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology it claims is used by the music industry
The Chilean Government is working with an IT charity to supply 100 percent of the country's schools with PCs
Grab yourself a Pimms and join us on a tour of IBM's facilities at Wimbledon, where the company aims to keep the scores and more
Following the tennis action from the court to the web and PDAs
The top three winners from the search giant's first ever Code Jam programming competition were from Poland and Russia, with two-thirds of finalists hailing from Eastern Europe
A peek at FIFA's IT centre and the World Cup broadcast centre in Germany.
Art appreciation goes high tech...
Mobile broadband is on the move. ZDNet UK paid a visit to a trial network where one of the prime contenders is being tested
Facilitating death matches
After Hours: Our favourite high-tech scooter now looks almost exactly like an electric wheelchair
At a special 'London Grand Prix' event at the capital's Hyde Park, the chipmaker drafted in a Canadian Formula One driver to help push its latest chipsets
Say Hello! to the next generation of devices...
No jokes about pyramid selling, please
The open source specialist's user summit opened with a call for greater transparency in the technology industry, and in society as a whole
The scanning tunnelling microscope is one of the Nobel prize-winning technical breakthroughs to come out of IBM's Zurich laboratory. ZDNet UK went to have a peek at what the lab is working on now, as it gears up to celebrate its 50th birthday