Articles about Olympics 2012
Predicting cyberthreats will not improve security as cybercriminals will evolve and improve their attack methods and technology to circumvent the safety measures.
The company, which was the official communications services partner for the Olympics and Paralympics, has released statistics about the impact of the events on its retail and on-site networks.
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2012 should henceforth be known as The Mobile Games, as tablets, apps and SMS all made a huge impact on athletes and spectators alike.
Google statistics show online advertisers and companies benefiting from London Olympics 2012 with increased brand awareness, customer engagement and sales.
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Inspired by the athletes in the London 2012 Olympics to get serious about your sport or getting fit? Try these mobile apps.
Cheating at table tennis might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think about radiation-detection technology, but London 2012 is taking no chances when it comes to 'paddle doping'
Office workers have abandoned London to escape the Olympic queues — but the decision to embrace flexible working shouldn't be temporary. It's time to rethink the way we work
Why do governments keep wanting to make special new laws for the internet? Surely a crime is a crime, no matter where it's committed?
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Cybercriminals are using false news about the USA Women's Gymnastics Team at the 2012 Olympics to push malware. Despite the claims, Gabrielle Douglas, who won a Gold Medal in Women's Gymnastics All Around, did not test positive for doping.
The 2012 Olympics is a perfect sporting event for everyone, including scammers. In your search to get the latest news about the Games, beware of fake domains set up just for pushing scams and spam. 4 in 5 of the sites out there are fake.
For civil servants wanting to dodge the crowds in central London, the Cabinet Office has set up a low-cost alternative hub, hoping to entice the Whitehall-bound into Croydon instead
The Olympics has resulted in a Wi-Fi bonanza in London, with a vast array of hotspots offering coverage
With the Summer Olympics going on, many employees are finding it difficult to concentrate on anything else.
The BBC Sport website hosted 8.3 million global users on the first Sunday of Olympics coverage
A look back at some of the successes and victories, the bad times and controversies, and the downright ugly failures by Twitter and by its users, during 2012.
Visa and Samsung test out near-field communications for mobile payments with athletes at the London Olympics
The technology behind the Olympic Games has changed beyond all recognition since the international sporting event was last held in London, more than 60 years ago
The Olympics open this Friday, but some events kick off today so grab one of these smartphone or tablet apps and follow all of the action on the go.
The London 2012 Olympics is going to be a huge working-from-home experiment for many organisations. Here are some tips on making it go smoothly
The summer Olympic Games will be taking place in London in just a few short days, filling the capital with crowds. Here's a list of free iPhone and iPad apps to help visitors get around, manage their data and have a good time
The 2012 London Olympics are approaching fast, and computer technology is absolutely critical to their success — unlike the last time the capital hosted the Games. Here is a tour of the Olympic Park and some of the back-end systems
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- 1 Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee stars in Olympics opening ceremony
- 2 Twitter in review 2012: The good, the bad, and the very ugly
- 3 Olympics opener turns people into pixels for multimedia spectacular
- 4 Technology and the Olympics: 2012 vs 1948
- 5 Ping-pong detectives: RAE Systems called in to find Olympics 'paddle doping' cheats