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Plans to give UK shoppers greater consumer protection are not what the channel needs, dealer services group Synaxon has said.
The UK Government and Microsoft have sealed a deal which will see Windows XP support extended by a year for public sector workers.
Retail expert Clare Rayner says that PC retailers shouldn't have anything to worry about alternative dispute resolution (ADR) schemes, but should understand their customers' rights.
This week’s security news explores reports of a dangerous exploit found in Samsung’s Galaxy devices, the government’s plans to increase security awareness and more.
The Government has outlined proposals for an 'alternative dispute resolution' (ADR) scheme to help UK consumers resolve a complaint without the cost and hassle of going to court.
British technology entrepreneur Anthony Rushton has said that the UK government’s plan for the technology sector is "insufficient and stunted”.
The UK government has announced its plans to boost the presence of computer programming in schools.
The UK government is to move to using open-source software in order to cut costs and halt an “oligopoly” in the IT market.
The government has launched ‘Cyber Streetwise’ – a campaign designed to boost online security awareness among small businesses and consumers.
The UK Government has handed smaller retailers - including independent PC and tech stores - a discount on their business rates.
Tech professionals could soon find it easier to emigrate to the UK, following the news that Tech City will join the Exceptional Talent visa scheme.
Baroness Lane Fox of Soho has resigned from from the role of UK Digital Champion, after three years in the position.
The US government has agreed to pay $50 million (£30.6 million) after pirating 9,000 copies of military software.
Google is being accused by UK MPs of failing to stop its users accessing illegal material via its search engine.
An anti-PRISM programme has launched which aims to help companies protect their files from risks, including "exposure to potential government monitoring".