iPads may be a common part of most organisations' IT infrastructure. But for the UK government, the Apple tablet remains firmly outside the mainstream.
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The U.K. Parliament will spend upwards of $700,000 on iPads for elected politicians. But the additional charges, from apps to data, may end up costing the British public even more.
A pilot project using Apple's iPad not only saved money, but proved popular among MPs and peers, the head of parliamentary IT has revealed
Members of the house of representatives and senators could soon be connecting their iPads to the parliament's Wi-Fi network after the completion of a trial of the technology by the Department of Parliamentary Services.
Politicians should be able to use iPads and Twitter during House of Commons debates, a parliamentary report has recommended
A committee of MPs is to decide whether Apple iPads and other tablet PCs should be issued for free to MPs at the start of their term in office
Parliament considers switching to tablet PCs...
Westminster debates rules on tech in the chamber…
Following a thumbs up on the use of laptops and other mobile devices in the parliamentary chamber from Speaker Harry Jenkins yesterday, new Labor MP for Chifley Ed Husic today read his maiden speech straight from his iPad.
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