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RBS to cut IT contractor pay by 10 percent

RBS to cut IT contractor pay by 10 percent

Royal Bank of Scotland is to reduce the pay of its IT contractors by 10 percent as part of ongoing cost cutting moves. read more »


Amadeus aims to spot system errors before they happen with Netuitive

Airline industry tech giant uses predictive analytics to transform operations management read more »

Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 line-up goes on sale May 1 starting at $199.99

The latest upgraded 7-in. model is the same price as last year read more »

Apple kicks off public OS X beta testing

Bars participants from disclosing any information about Mavericks 10.9.3 and future updates read more »

It's the little things that matter in Amazon Redshift upgrade

The company has improved its data warehouse service for the third time this year read more »

TfL prepares for NFC smartphone payments on Underground

Barriers upgraded to accept NFC payments read more »

Google AdWords cleared in geotagging patent lawsuit

Google was cleared of infringement but the patent was not declared invalid read more »

Kiddicare’s digital chief Simon Harrow joins start-up incubator

Reunites with Kiddicare founders read more »

Welsh NHS health board reaps time and energy benefits of thin clients

Helped it avoid the Windows XP support deadline issues read more »

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Hell freezes over: Microsoft makes Windows free for some devices

Hell freezes over: Microsoft makes Windows free for some devices

'One of the boldest moves Microsoft has made,' says analyst of commitment to give away Windows for smartphones and tablets with screens smaller than 9-in. read more »

Apple offers free recycling of its products worldwide

In some countries like the U.S. and Australia, Apple is offering to recycle some third-party products for free as well read more »

Windows XP isn't the only software getting the knife in 8 weeks

Microsoft will also end support for Office 2003 and Exchange 2003 read more »

Cortana's voice is synthesized in part from an AI character in Halo

Can Microsoft's digital assistant ever match the savvy of the Halo character by the same name? read more »

Home Office tenders for £1.5bn emergency services telecoms network

The ‘cheaper and smarter’ ESN will replace an existing contract with Airwave read more »

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