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High-tech training has obviously been around for years and infiltrated many sports. But the London 2012 Olympics is a showcase for how mobile has also infiltrated modern athletics.
Over the next three years, the software maker will help train jobseekers in tech support for its products, as part of the London mayor's drive to boost apprenticeships in the capital
Many critical systems, such as health, transport and navigation, are all dependent on technology to function. ZDNet UK takes a tour of the tech that life would be difficult to live without
A new BCS group will focus on cybercrime forensics, training and evidence, and will work with the police to counter possible IT security threats to London 2012
A group of Dutch security researchers were able to clone the "smartcards" that commuters use to pay fares in the London Underground system, allowing the group to ride for free. This is an interesting attack vector that I actually talked to Adam Laurie about when I was at Black Hat Amsterdam.
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A new smart ticketing scheme may have the tech bells and whistles, but is new technology always an improvement?
High-tech crime experts are training children from an East London community how to surf responsibly and safely
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The London Internet Exchange (Linx) is attempting to tackle the IT skills shortage by running training courses for students in the latest internet technologies.
Tony Blair today announced a $163 million package to deal with the millennium bug, which, in a column for The Independent, he described as a "technical time bomb" capable of causing "major disruption" throughout Britain. At a London meeting, the prime minister outlined his plans to mobilize an army of 20,000 bug busters -- young people, unemployed, or even retired people, who will receive government training to deal with the millennium bug.