In depthUKIP is wrong. It's not economic migrants, but automation that could soon threaten employment.
During the first half of 2014, US tech companies added slightly more workers than they did during the same period in 2013. However, that number is still two percentage points lower than the overall public sector.
BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, is working in partnership with educators, industry and government to boost female participation in technology and engineering. We got the details.
Industry voiceRecent reports show there is a lack of skilled workers in the technology sector needed to fuel London's Tech City, but this should inspire the UK to pool its talents.
BT is to hire 1,600 new engineers to improve its Openreach service, with a particular focus on reaching out to female engineers.
NetApp has announced it will be cutting 600 jobs in order to restructure and lower costs.
The latest report by KPMG and REC shows continuing improvement in the job index for the IT sector.
Google is planning to construct a new data centre in Dublin, twice as large as any its built in the country before.