News Companies that sacrifice their commitment to green computing during budget cuts could actually save more money by sticking with their eco-friendly plans.
News Plans announced by operator Manchester Metronet will see its secure wireless IP broadband network extended to Liverpool for use in applications including CCTV and traffic penalty enforcement.
News EPA investigation into IBM's procurement practices has triggered an embarrassing temporary suspension for the computer giant's business dealing with the US federal government.
News Deal with BT Openzone means that charge-based Wi-Fi hotspots in BA lounges will now be free for users as part of a three year deal.
News Carl Icahn, the high-profile corporate investor, has filed a lawsuit against the embattled mobile phone maker in an effort to get Motorola to release information about its phone division.
News IT PRO looks at the email failures of big businesses, the hot debate over web tracking, and a whole new level of schoolyard bullying.
News New digital communications network will reduce service interruptions at utility company's operation sites.
News After rejecting the offer that "undervalued" its company, the Yahoo board of directors presented plans to double its cash flow and show Microsoft just how off their bid really was.
News As the US economy slows, so has spending on research and development by the country's biggest IT companies.
News Ben Verwaayen, the current chief executive of the British telco may wait until 2009 and a better financial climate before stepping down.
News Data security becomes a top level Government matter, as Labour and the Conservatives argue over ID cards and the best way to tackle cyber crime.
News The road to the introduction of ID cards in the UK has been problematic from the start, with recent announcements complicating government plans further.
News Google and Microsoft dominate list of Britain's most highly regarded business brand names, showing increased importance of technology to the public.
News The UK energy distribution network operator has vowed to fight back against the £41.6 million issued by Ofgem over alleged anticompetitive metering contracts.
News Software giveaway hopes to encourage next generation of developers and programmers to use Microsoft technology.
News From the departure of a chief executive to the possible acquisition of a social networking giant, we chart a turbulent year for Yahoo.