TalkTalk has maintained its position as the UK's most complained-about broadband provider for the fifth quarter running.The company beat fellow ISPs Sky, BT, Orange and Virgin to hold onto the dubious honour for the first quarter of this year, according to data published by communications regulator Ofcom on Tuesday.
Microsoft and SAP are the latest to feel the government's belt being tightened, after Whitehall negotiated around £70m of savings.The savings will see £65m cut from the public sector's spend on Microsoft and at least £3m from SAP by 2012-13.
More than £450,000 has been spent through the government's CloudStore to date, according to the Cabinet Office.The CloudStore, which opened in February, allows public sector organisations to purchase cloud services from an online catalogue.
Nokia on Thursday announced the latest in a series of shake-ups of its business. The latest overhaul sees the company cutting staff, selling off its luxury phone unit Vertu and rejigging its management.
Another day, another broadband funding pot: the UK government is putting an extra £32m towards funding the rollout of super-fast broadband in Scotland.The cash comes in addition to the £69m allocated to Scotland last August to improve its broadband infrastructure.
LinkedIn is investigating reports that millions of users' passwords have been leaked online.The reports, which originated from Norwegian IT site DN.
Google has applied for a whole raft of new generic top-level domains (TLDs), including .lol.
IT services company CGI is to acquire fellow outsourcer Logica for £1.7bn.
BT is to add 25,000 extra hotspots to its Wi-Fi network ahead of the London 2012 Olympics.The telco plans to have 500,000 hotspots up and running in time for the Games, which kick off on 27 July.
When Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff visited London for the company's annual Cloudforce conference back in 2012, he promised it would set up a UK datacentre by 2012.
Dell announced on Tuesday that it has completed its $3.9bn (£2.
US based software provider Novell laid off three percent of its workforce last week, according to CNET News. Ian Bruce, Novell's public relations director, confirmed that 100 to 130 jobs were cut by the Linux company, despite Linux jobs in the US being up by six percent since January.
It cost £92bn, it flies at 17,300 miles an hour, and it has 100 laptops in close formation. The International Space Station is one of technology's greatest achievements, but the astronauts still need to phone home when the server crashes.
A beta version of the first service pack for Windows 7 could appear in the first quarter of 2010, according to Russian website Wzor.net, which leaked information about the operating system's development earlier this year.
Amazon is making its Kindle electronic book service more accessible by launching a new free app for Windows PCs. The new app will let users download and read ebooks on their computer, and, like the iPhone app, it will sync with Kindle readers.