• October 19, 2010 19 Oct'10

    Epson wins long running cartridge patent dispute

    Epson has finally won its long running patent legal dispute with Medea International after it was agreed various products didinfringe on the vendor's intellectual property. The printer specialist has been fighting a battle since 2007 to get ...  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    PC prices hold firm in face of component cost declines

    PC prices are holding firm in distribution despite the third consecutive monthly drop in component costs but analysts have forecast significant dowmward movement from the first quarter. Back in May, the major players raised UK list prices on ...  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    UK broadband quality improving steadily

    The quality of broadband connections across the UK has shown steady improvement during the past 12 months as BT and the government continue to press home the advantages of fibre technology, according to Cisco's annual Broadband Quality Study. ...  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    Cyber threat at top of fears for UK government

    The government has warned that cyber terrorism is on the rise and poses a problem for the country as more terrorism heads onto the web.  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    Spending review will lead to more IT offshoring, says Ovum

    The government's spending review will boost IT offshoring, according to analyst firm Ovum, writes Kathleen Hall. Government departments and suppliers will be left with little choice but to go for the cheapest options for service delivery, which ...  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    European firms fending off data fraudsters

    European firms seem to have grasped the importance of data protection better than other territories with a healthy number fending off losses to fraud in the lasy year. According to the annual Kroll Fraud Report Europe had the lowest cases of ...  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    Can iPhones give you piles?

    We start the week with ascatologicalhealth scaretruly worthy of a certain British newspaper; research conducted by phone comparison site Mobiles Please has concluded that mobile phones can indeed give you haemorrhoids. A survey of smartphone users, ...  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    Tech bosses voice support for Osborne cuts

    Prominent figures in the UK's ICT market are among thoseto voicetheir support for chancellor George Osborne's round of spending cuts to be announced this week. In a letter to the Daily Telegraphtoday, thirty-five of Britain's business leaders said ...  Continue Reading

  • October 18, 2010 18 Oct'10

    Redstone offloads assets of legacy telco business

    Redstone has sold parts of its legacy PBX business to Maintel Europe for £1.75m in cash. Under ther terms of the deal, certain assets of Marcom Communications and other telephone systems maintenance contracts, which comprised a small part of ...  Continue Reading

  • October 15, 2010 15 Oct'10

    IT workers know how to stop criminals

    It gives you a sense of pride to hear that among the 50 or so people who stopped a raid on a jewellers yesterday by pinning down one of the thieves some of them are being described as 'IT Workers'. You see people who know about computers clearly ...  Continue Reading