Government will put money towards training 8,000 new teachers
Internet freedom? We've heard of it, complain Chinese authorities
Uber's attempt to get its London licence back could take years, says Mayor of London
It's not just Russia - they're all at it, warns Freedom House
Estonia has arrested what it claims is a Russian agent for preparing to commit computer-related crime
Royal Society warns that pupils are being deprived of opportunity to learn computer science
Digital minister Matt Hancock told delegates of the Broadband Stakeholder Group 2017 Conference that Britain is well on its way to becoming a fibre nation
Emerging technologies will boost British manufacturing by billions.
Consumers are confused by current laws, the publication insists
The CBI named artificial intelligence, blockchain and the IoT as examples
Public sector has spent £1.2 million with SMBs on digital services since 2012
Idea would give GDS head Kevin Cunnington full membership of board
93 per cent of UK homes and businesses can now use 24Mbps+ broadband
John Geater of Thales e-Security said that C-Level leaders need to "take responsibility" for cyber
What took them so long?
Virgin Media is taking on too many customers in some regions
Remote access to Parliamentary email systems restricted as new security measures are put in place
A survey of local authorities has found that they face challenges in the areas of data, compliance and mobility.
Important metadata could have been shared by US tech giant to help UK officers
Renewed legal assault on secure online communications planned by government
Accusations of cyber attacks have recent plagued elections worldwide. The UK's analogue system is more resilient - but the voters are not
Director of common technology services lasted just 18 months in his return to GDS
Bitdefender believes malware could be part of a high-level cyber-espionage campaign
Government promises to up the current 10Mbps minimum via secondary legislation to get the Digital Economy Bill through before the election