Netflix Advert-Supported Plan To Arrive November

Lower priced ad-supported subscription plan set to arrive in November, to operate alongside existing ad-free plans

2 years ago

BT Half Price Fibre Broadband For Low Income Households

More than four million households on Universal Credit could benefit after BT confirms at-cost social tariff for fibre broadband

3 years ago

Budget 2020: Chancellor Pledges £30 Billion Package Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

NHS funding rise, increased sick pay and £5 billion upgrade for broadband connectivity in remote areas to aid remote working

4 years ago

Apple To Launch Low Cost iPhone In March – Report

Low-cost Apple iPhone SE 2 is reportedly in the works, with a possible launch slated for March this year, according…

4 years ago

Emergency Service Network £3.1bn Over Budget

Home Office slammed for its management of ESN project, with the NAO predicting more delays

5 years ago

Enterprise Cloud Spending Boom Crowds Out Non-Cloud Tech Budgets

Research finds cloud spending surpassed £190bn last year, fuelled by cloud providers' heavy infrastructure investments

5 years ago

Proposed EU Digital Tax Plans Face Defeat This Week

Ireland and Scandinavian countries oppose plans for an interim tax on the biggest digital companies, while troubles also beset a…

6 years ago

UK Driverless Car Trials To Begin Next Year

Pre-Budget statement confirms most “fundamental change” to British transport in decades

8 years ago

Budget 2015: UK Tech Industry Mostly Unimpressed

NEWS ANALYSIS: Tech firms lament lack of technology policy and support for startups, but sense opportunity in public sector cuts

9 years ago

Chancellor George Osborne Delivers Tech-Free 2015 Summer Budget

Despite pre-election vows to make the UK the “technology centre of Europe”, government serves up virtually nothing for British tech…

9 years ago

The Rise Of Mega Cities And Data’s Work – Did The Budget Get It Right?

Sean Jackson, CMO at EXASOL, an analytic database management software company, believes the UK Government is finally getting something spot…

9 years ago

Budget 2015 – Has The Chancellor Done Enough For UK Tech Industry?

How has the promise of 100Mbps ultrafast broadband and investment for the IoT in the Budget gone down with the…

9 years ago

Osborne Announces £42m Alan Turing Institute For Big Data: Budget 2014

Alan Turing Institute to put Briish companies at the head of Big Data research, Osborne promises in surprise Budget announcement

10 years ago

UK Government Announces £270m Investment In Quantum Computing

£270 million will be spent by five Quantum Technology Centres over the next five years

11 years ago

Data Centre Spend To Focus On Software Instead Of Hardware

A new study predicts that enterprise data centre spending will shift from hardware to software

11 years ago

Tech Club: Can You Keep Secure On A Tight Budget?

If money is tight, which security features are top priority? Let us know and come to our next gathering

11 years ago

Budget 2013: Details Leak By Tweet As Osborne Tweaks

Small promises for green industry, while the Evening Standard tweeted the big picture

11 years ago

Poll: Is Your IT Spending Going Up Or Down?

Is IT spending going up or down? We want to know!

11 years ago

Nokia Launches Budget Phone And New Developer Tools

Nokia has launched the Nokia 109 handset for developing markets, as well as new developer tools

12 years ago

Budget 2012: Goodbye To the CRC Green Tax?

George Osborne may be right to call the CRC cumbersome, but he needs to create something to take its place,…

12 years ago

IT Architectures Still Controlled By Financial Officers

Gartner survey shows CFOs to be sceptical of IT's business value and do not see CIOs as strategic partners

13 years ago

Budget Missed Incentives For IT Savings, Says Socitm

The Chancellor should have invested in local authorities to save more and reduce the economy's carbon footprint

13 years ago

Budget: Science And Tech Key To Growth

New funding, taxation and incentives announced today are designed to help the UK play economic catch-up

13 years ago

Government Urged To Drive Green Economy

Microsoft and BT join other business leaders to drive the government's green growth strategy

13 years ago

Cyber-Warfare: Always An Unknown Quantity

Cyber defence looks set to get a budget boost, while everyone else loses money, says Peter Judge. The irony is,…

14 years ago

Midsize Companies Are Becoming Hacker Targets

Despite an increase in cyber-attacks, midsize organisations are continuing to slash or freeze their security budgets

14 years ago

Government Axes Costly NHS IT Project

The government has decided to finally pull the plug on the troubled and hugely costly £12.7 billion NHS National Programme…

14 years ago