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Victoria-based Sky Software will now be able to expand its international operations after being acquired by international education management solutions provider Tribal Group.
Delays to the implementation of a scheme to share patients' data in the UK with companies and healthcare bodies alike is welcome - it's an initiative that's too important to get wrong.
That'll be a couple of percent signed up to LTE services, then.
Virgin Atlantic is using Google Glass and a Sony smartwatch as part of concierge service for business and first class passengers flying from London.
World's first electronic computing ran for the first time 70 years ago today.
Denial of service and hacking attacks used to test coordination between banks in Walking Shark II exercise
Vodafone is looking to take Sure Signal into businesses with the launch of beefed up version of the femotcell service.
NHS visitors in search of health information were met with viruses or adverts instead.
Samsung is adding more stores to its European retail push.
Inq, a company that had a shot at Facebook phones, has closed down.
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.
Bletchley Park has secured £8 million of Lottery funding as the home of Britain's wartime codebreaking, but has now shortened its guided tours by excluding the National Museum of Computing's Colossus and Tunny Galleries, which are at the heart of that codebreaking success. It's like staging Hamlet without the prince.
AT&T has poured cold water on speculation it was planning to acquire the European mobile giant.
BT will make a second pass on locations that it hasn't managed to deliver fibre to in previous attempts.
Satellite broadband plans will accelerate broadband on the move