A new £10 million fund is added to the Government's fibre-optic broadband rollout to encourage alternative technology to enter the fray.
Warren East, one of the UK's most prominent and influential technology figures is stepping down as ARM CEO.
Britain is falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to broadband internet speeds, according to a new report by Akamai.
The Conservative Party has given vacuum cleaner (and former wheelbarrow) magnate Sir James Dyson the job of becoming the UK's 'tech tsar' to head up a task force to boost Britain's high-tech exports.
Microsoft's Bing overtook Yahoo as the number two search engine in the United States and worldwide yesterday, according to data from StatCounter Global Stats.
Within the UK the new Bing 'decision engine' will be launching as a beta product, which means that although there are a number of immediate innovative features, the full proposition will be developed using market specific requirements over the next six to twelve months at the newly launched Search Technology Centre in London.
A pan-European survey of 5000 consumers has found that one out of two British consumers fail to correctly recycle their old technology