A serious bug in software used by millions of web servers could have exposed anyone visiting sites they hosted to spying and eavesdropping.
Research has revealed that 89% of European banks still run ATMs on XP despite Microsoft removing support for the software today
Kantar WorldPanel ComTech's strategic director Dominic Sunnebo discusses Samsung's forecasted drop in profits.
The EU's top court declares "invalid" an EU law requiring telecoms firms to store citizens' communications data for up to two years.
The Liverpool Big Data Collaboration for Health project aims to link health records between NHS trusts to exploit big data analytics
Airline easyJet is moving to cloud-based human resources software from Workday to manage its 8,000 employees
Workday plans to push cloud finance and accounting services to enterprise in Europe, but observers say its background in HR technology may prove an obstacle
The Law Society has published best-practice advice for legal firms' IT teams that are considering using cloud computing, following increased use of the cloud to store data
Retail technology accelerator Eccomplished and digital innovative and investment hub Haatch have launched an investment forum for retail technology startups
Microsoft has invested £334, 000 in a programme to help train computing teachers ahead of changes to the curriculum in September this year
At least two thirds or websites could be affected by an OpenSSL cryptographic library flaw, warn researchers
For organisations that still have a significant Windows XP user base, it's no surprise there is rising concern over what to do next
Six of the biggest movie studios sue file-sharing site Megaupload and its key operators, including founder Kim Dotcom.
Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest maker of TVs and mobile phones, forecasts a fall in profits for the second quarter in a row.
Trying to close the online encyclopedia's 'information gap'
XP demise gives small firms a tech dilemma