Researchers find more than 100 vulnerabilities in popular online coding videos
Chronic lack of interoperability in ICT systems imperils public safety, warns chief inspector of constabulary
More than £90m will be spent on robotics and AI as part of a £1bn investment in 'cutting-edge' tech
'One day we'd like to be able to build new products with just recycled materials, including your old products'. One day.
Hunt is on for the new Edward Snowden, believed to be a former contractor at the CIA
Might require a lot of self-discipline...
HMRC: Revealing cost of Accenture's and Capgemini's Aspire contract extensions 'would prejudice HMRC's commercial interests'
HMRC refuses to respond to V3 Freedom of Information requests
Buyers and suppliers helping GDS to overhaul the contract process in government procurement
Four-year wait since the NHS Digital Apps Library pilot project was delivered
BT will provide fixed and wireless networks, as well as cloud and IT services to the Met
Jaeger digital transformation led by CIO Cathy McCabe
Toshiba publishes accounts without auditor's signature as it prepares to sell semiconductor division
Nearly 300 staff at Chester NHS Trust have personal details, including National Insurance numbers, stolen
Three months after Mark Dearnley left, HMRC finally gets round to advertising for new CDIO
VW hopes 50-50 joint venture will see other car brands take up the AI technologies too
Invitation-only pilots for businesses and their agents will last one year
Head of delivery operations Poss Apostolou becomes sixth senior GDS employee to move
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Plan to push NHS services online will boost Gov.UK Verify adoption
Evolution of malware linked to Russian government tracked following code analysis
TPG Capital and Thoma Bravo finally take McAfee off of Intel's hands
CSC plus HPE equals DXC
Julian Assange could be evicted from Ecuador's embassy in London if the presidential election run-off this weekend goes the 'wrong way'
Assange will have at least two months to pack if the worst comes to the worst