A minor furor has broken out with the news that the UK's legislature is to get a much needed, and expected, upgrade to its technology.
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Following the hire, rumors abound of a potential Cambridge, UK office for the iPad and iPhone maker.
Turning its back on Microsoft Office's native formats, the UK government has adopted the Open Document Format for all its sharable documents.
It took four years, but Microsoft has finally released full-featured Office apps for the iPad. As expected, the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps are free to install but require an Office 365 subscription to unlock the full set of features. Here's what you can expect.
Copper thieves continue to cause troubles for UK broadband users.
UK retailers are discounting computers and electronics to coincide with the US shopping day of Black Friday. Here's a round up of what's available.
We're not convinced that meeting or exceeding MIL-STD-810F Department of Defense specs means much when protecting the iPad Air.
UK consumers can get their hands on an iPad Air for as low as £29, but they'll have to weigh up how much mobile data they actually need and whether they prefer lower monthly bills or a higher one-off payment.
Apple has announced UK pricing for its tablets, sticking firmly to the high margin 'envy' high ground, leaving Android rivals room in the cheap seats. But longer term, what will this pricing strategy do for Apple's tablet market share?
The UK government has adopted its first two open standards under its plan to shift departments away from proprietary systems.
By weakening encryption standards, inserting vulnerabilities into vendors' technology, and using supercomputer-backed password crackers, the US and the UK are able to break encryption used to back technologies like SSH, HTTPS, and VPNs.
Rackspace is planning to open a new UK datacentre at the end of next year that will include energy efficient design standards developed through Facebook's Open Compute Project.
Public bodies in the UK will get extra funding to help them release public data for commercial reuse, as the government continues its push on open data.
Customers wanting to get their hands on the cut-down iPad tablet running on a 4G network can do so from Thursday in the UK.
The UK government's IT security arm CESG has published guidance for the public sector on how to use Apple devices running iOS 6 to share confidential information - and what to do if there are problems with a rollout.
The mid-sized tablet's launch on Friday did attract queues, but not on the scale of those that greeted devices such as the iPhone 5.
Reports that the UK government was spending a five-figure sum on developing a special iPad app for the prime minister are, unsurprisingly, nonsense. But the dashboard that sparked the rumours is now up and running.
Some Apple Stores are allowing customers the chance to upgrade their iPad 3 to the iPad 4 providing they bought it at an official Apple retail outlet in the last 30 days.
No official confirmation from the operator yet, but Apple shows EE as a 4G LTE partner for its freshly released iPad and new 7.9-inch iPad Mini tablet - which now have UK prices.
In addition to the iPad mini, Apple could announce a 13" MacBook Pro, refreshed Mac minis and iMacs and a "slightly tweaked" full-sized iPad with Lightning and LTE in the UK.
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