The UK government will attempt to patch up its mobile black spots via an agreement that will see mobile operators invest £5bn over the next three years.
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The next phase of the government's £150m investment in free wi-fi is rolling out, with the scheme on track to be completed "as soon as March 2015".
The UK government is looking to extend the maximum jail term and also the time limit for prosecutions for abusive online communications from six months to three years.
We have a new white-as-the-driven-Snowden story on the NSA, the UK's equivalent of the denied-but-not-forgotten PRISM program, a white hot (yet ultimately ridiculous) battle between Google and Oracle, and lots more from around the world.
Following the widely publicised successes of some "sharing economy" companies such as Airbnb, the British government has commissioned an independent report with the idea of making the UK a "global centre" for sharing start-ups.
Turning its back on Microsoft Office's native formats, the UK government has adopted the Open Document Format for all its sharable documents.
Microsoft is working on a wearable 'Alice band' that helps blind people to navigate the urban environment, but it's a research project for a UK government-backed Future Cities Catapult, not a commercial development.
User guidance issued by the UK government recommends the use of Samsung Knox within the public sector.
Western IT education is broken. Meet the 16-year-old British high school student who's taking on the UK government at its own game — one it should be winning.
The failure of UK government organisations to move off Windows XP before Microsoft stops supporting the OS has led to taxpayers picking up a £5m bill for extended support.
The UK is looking to get its fair share of taxes for goods consumed online.
Microsoft may not be the number one choice for UK government in the years to come, but it will take time for government to switch to a broader range of software.
The UK government is keen to promote the success of its Tech City initiative but what's happening on the ground is more complicated than the official story.
The UK government has adopted its first two open standards under its plan to shift departments away from proprietary systems.
The UK government, O2, Vodafone and EE will test two mobile emergency alert systems that target messages to specific locations.
Authorization opens door to projects with public sector organizations, such as hospitals.
A freshly leaked letter shows the U.K. government demanding ISPs mislead customers with "default-on" filter language, implement untested "browser intercept" and more.
As the US and the UK admit that they are intercepting data for intelligence purposes, an investigative report has revealed that the French government is doing the same.
Perhaps parliament's way of thinking is as decrepit as its computers.
The UK government is spending billions on tech projects that are at risk of failure, warns a report by the Major Projects Authority.
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