The Apple iPad officially goes on sale in the UK at 8am tomorrow, 28 May, however some pre-order units of the touchscreen, tablet-style computer have been delivered a day early.
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Julian Assange, the founder of the whistleblower website Wikileaks, has had his passport confiscated by immigration officials when he arrived at Melbourne Airport last week.
The EU Parliament has approved a common resolution that calls for openness over the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement in a 663-to-13 vote.
Linux on mainframes is set to increase as enterprises look to deliver more value from existing IT assets during the recession.
The cloud computing business model is a threat to traditional information technology, but for end users, it carries a risk of "lock-in".
A controversial database featuring the details of every child in England has become available to childcare professionals today.
One of the largest botnets ever to be discovered has infected 1.9 million computers around the world, including corporate and government machines, according to a security firm.
National UK daily newspaper The Telegraph was compromised by Romanian hacking group, Hackersblog late last week.
New code triggered a failure during routine maintenance of Google's European datacentres, which led to a two hour shutdown of its Gmail system around the world last week.
Improving business processes is the number one priority of CIOs, according to analyst firm Gartner.
Investigation uncovers huge illegal dumping of British toxic waste to developing countries in Africa and Asia.
A Sussex hospital has scrapped a Cerner Millennium patient records system that cost £2 million to implement, while a London hospital seeks £500,000 after roll out delays.
More IT jobs are under threat in the UK financial services sector as two leading banks, HSBC and Credit Suisse, announced plans to slash their workforce.
The technology sector is facing a recession, but it will be different to the dot com crash, according to Forrester founder George Colony.
The number of data breaches reported to the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has soared to 277 in almost a year, new figures released Wednesday revealed.