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UK airports complete software rollout to reduce flight delays

Milton Keynes tech catapult installed systems that will save airports £10 million read more »

IBM planning jobs 'bloodbath' as 110,000 employees to go, claims respected journalist

Big Blue to surpass historic 1993 cuts, says IBM critic read more »

Energy firm Centrica to centralise health, safety and environment software systems

Platform can analyse carbon emissions, monitor audits and inspections in a centralised system read more »

Oracle shareholders protest against Larry Ellison’s 'excessive' pay

Two pension funds send letter of complaint to the Securities and Exchange Commission read more »

After Oracle spat licensing campaigners plan attack on IBM and SAP

Customers can log their experiences through Campaign for Clear Licensing online surveys read more »

Accenture to analyse 2m rows of 6 Nations rugby data per game

The analytics team will be joined by former South Africa rugby coach Nick Mallett read more »

A quarter of women working in IT feel they could never reach senior level

Should political parties commit to a new voluntary diversity target in the upcoming elections? read more »

Monitise goes up for sale as business transition falters

Share price continues to plummet read more »

Energy firm Utilita warns: ‘Entire smart metering plan needs review’

Government lays out concrete requirements for smart meter rollout that will be enforceable as of next week read more »

Ellison sings a new tune: Oracle hardware is cheapest

The purchase price for Oracle systems has been an 'impediment' for some customers, he admitted read more »

Google looks to become a mobile carrier

The company has made deals to offer service over the Sprint and T-Mobile networks, according to reports read more »

BT extends schools Barefoot Computing project for teachers

As education secretary announces at BETT that Google and O2 are supporting a £3.6m drive to teach computing in schools read more »

Google lags behind General Motors for driverless car patents

Report reveals how many innovative driving technology patents have been filed over the last five years read more »

IBM eyes more cloud acquisitions to find a path to growth

Future deals will focus on 'as a service' companies, IBM's CFO says read more »

Royal Mail announces Computacenter desktop deal for 30,000 staff

Contract part of plans to transform IT by splitting it into multi-supplier ‘Towers’ and opening up APIs read more »

Twitter to acquire Indian startup ZipDial in emerging markets play

ZipDial's office in Bangalore will operate as an engineering center for Twitter read more »

Google may invest in SpaceX for Internet through satellites

Google may invest around US$1 billion in the project read more »

UK regulators end fraud probe into HP's Autonomy acquisition

A U.S. investigation into the sale of Autonomy to HP is ongoing read more »

Copyright law needs overhaul to meet Internet needs, says EU lawmaker

A European Parliament report proposes unrestricted hypertext linking; limits to copyright terms, and tighter rules on use of DRM read more »

HP Autonomy sale investigation dropped by Serious Fraud Office

US case regarding allegations of accounting improprieties will continue read more »

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