Changes to Microsoft's European volume-licensing pricing structure in the summer will see UK customers likely to pay more, according to the software maker
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Intel and RIM have also signed up to provide courses and materials for the E-Skills push to interest young people in IT careers, alongside the launch of new GCSEs and A-levels
Troops in combat areas such as Afghanistan are not getting timely supplies due to inadequate data systems, poor business intelligence, and deficient logistics processes, according to the National Audit Office
Julian Assange has been 'vilified' by the Swedish prime minister, whose remarks have affected the Wikileaks editor's chances of getting a fair trial in Sweden.
The BBC is to cut 360 staff on its online offerings, while the broadcaster will halve the number of its websites
Report from the economic development agency says the risk of a catastrophic attack on critical national systems isn't as great as the "many scare stories" would suggest.
An extradition hearing for WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange is set for early February. Also, Assange's lawyer plans to publish online the legal arguments against Sweden's request.
DataCell, an Icelandic company that facilitates donations to WikiLeaks, says it's been losing revenue since the credit card companies decided to stop processing payments to the whistle-blowing site.
Accused of sexual molestation and rape, the leader of controversial whistle-blowing site has been arrested in London and will remain in custody until mid-December.
Chinese telecoms company works with government body CESG to guard against risks that its telecoms gear may be subverted and used to gain access to critical British infrastructure.