Atom Bank set to launch later in 2015 after gaining UK banking licence
NetApp boosts its SSD array portfolio with the addition of AFF All-Flash FAS 8000 series storage arrays built on Data ONTAP, but still no sign of FlashRay general availability
Experienced CIO Martin Wyke has been appointed CEO of the Police ICT Company, set up to manage central police systems
Hackers who target company emails to get secret financial information are being investigated in the US.
A survey of European and North American IT professionals has found that the return of the Start button is the most enticing feature in Microsoft's latest operating system
Department for Culture, Media & Sport delivers progress report on superfast broadband connection voucher scheme
Apple reaches a deal with two leading indie music groups, paving the way for thousands of labels to join its new streaming service.
Adobe releases an emergency software patch for Flash after it finds a serious vulnerability being exploited by hackers.
Security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh and Linux address vulnerability CVE-2015-3113 that allows attackers to control the system
Innovate Finance says financial technology is one of the easiest places to find diversity in business, and the UK has it in spades
Luxury retail brand Waitrose deploys ServiceNow to cope with business continuity across its supply chain
BBC Click talked to scientists behind the BP International Centre for Advanced Materials in Manchester
The company already has a subscription streaming service but is launching a free version of Play Music.
Search giant reckons on-premise data is more likely to be breached than information stored in the cloud
Oracle has extended its cloud platform with a set of features it hopes will entice existing customers to migrate to the cloud
For many tech companies the race is on to build ever smaller computer processors, but one British man has gone in the opposite direction.