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  • BT says it DID deliver a £12bn IT system to the NHS. But they were out

    The ill-fated £11.4 billion National Programme for IT, set up in 2002, is to be "urgently dismantled" following criticism that it is not value for taxpayers' money. After an official review, the "one size fits all" projec... 

  • Act now to block .XXX domain threat, say lawyers

    Last month Network Noise reported a rush of interest among business owners in buying up their trademarks in the .XXX domain, a new extension designed for the use of theadult services industry. However, with the'sunrise' phase of domain registrationfo... 

  • BT and Heineken team up to enable drunk tweeting!

    As if the legless needed any more encouragement to spill their (mental and physical) guts, BT and Heineken have just announced plans to supply a new wireless internet service, the Heineken Hub, to 100 London boozers, and 200 more across the UK by yea... 

  • If you see Hans, help him out

    This Friday a(possibly slightly unhinged) Swedenamed Hans Eriksson will take to the streets of London to conduct a 24-hour experiment in video streaming and social media engagement. Hans is the chairman of live broadcasting service Bambuser, and from... 

  • Clink for fake BT engineer

    To Worcestershire, this autumnal Monday morning, where a nasty piece of work named Hashim Ali has been locked up after fronting a chip and pin scam while dressed as a BT engineer. Ali fronted a three-strong gang that first called their mostly elderly... 

  • BT Tower to lose Peter Duncan's dishes

    Sad news from London, where BT is in the process of taking down the 31 dish-shaped aerials from the BT Tower,before they becomeunsafe and a hazard to people on the ground. The telco received approval from its local council back in March, and has alre... 

  • TouchPad hunters fell retail sites Lulzsec style

    Web performance firm Site Confidence has shared some insight into the impact of this week's HP TouchPad fire sale on the UK e-tail community, revealing that hordes of consumers seeking out the bargain bucket £89 gadget had the same impact as a ... 

  • Why Lady Gaga's driving habits should get you worried about security

    What with riots in London and Manchester, fall out from the News International phone hacking scandal and the ongoing worldwide economic crisis, not to mention Google's acquisition of Motorola and HP's sudden bloodbath, we'd almost forgotten it's mean... 

  • Big name brands join rush for XXX adult domain names

    Web hosting specialist Easyspace has todayreported that the release of .XXX domains for pre-orderinghas sparked a rush of interest from firms eager to protect their brands. The .XXX domain name extension was intended for use by the adult industry as ... 

  • Suffolk's appointment at Huawei sends the right message

    The appointment of former government CIO John Suffolk to managethecyber security strategy at Chinese comms and networking vendor Huawei is to be applauded as another step in the right direction for the company. Huawei can't do much without coming und...