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Articles by Gary Flood
posted in March 2013
National Audit Office study finds 17% of citizens don't use the Internet and may be unable to access services under "Digital by Default" plan.
After four years of low scores, the games creation business is regaining strength thanks in part to lure of possible tax relief.
In deal reported to be worth $30 million, 17-year-old mobile app developer Nick D'Aloisio will join Yahoo's London staff while he continues his secondary education.
Drive to offer all government services via the Internet sparks
Parliamentary fear that millions of non-Internet users will be left
Early sketch for a programmable computing device beats out DNA, the Mini motorcar and 97 other innovations of the past century.
Google invites British charities to compete for £2 million pot in its latest Global Impact Awards, the search giant's way of rewarding innovative technology that will "change the world."
U.K.'s upcoming $17 billion project to re-wire British homes with smart meters will fail if regulated too much, say conservatives.
Microchip maker's CEO, Warren East, attempts to allay concerns about the company's long-term viability without him at the helm.
British grassroots campaign aims to force Amazon to stop "unfair practices" and pay more local tax.
Concerned citizens contribute £1 million to reinstate projects cash-strapped local councils can't afford.
Dictation system intended to cut administration costs has some patients waiting up to 60 days for important letters.
Main production of the inexpensive build-it-yourself Raspberry Pi computer has been switched back to the U.K. to meet rising demand.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Robert Kahn, Vinton Cerf, Louis Pouzin and Marc Andreessen will share the inaugural £1 million Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.
British state eliminates chief information officer role; says it's more productive to instill greater digital expertise in individual departments.
U.K. was one of few bright spots in dismal global IT services market in 2012, Ovum says.
London chosen as one of four global sites for Johnson & Johnson "innovation centers" to develop technologies to fight disease.
SEGA chooses U.K. firm Huddle's collaboration tool over SharePoint to link its California- and British-based teams.
Direct Line Group finds the cloud its safest bet to quickly establish a separate HR system before separating from its parent company.
U.K. business school uses Tableau Software's visual analytics tool, now free for students, to help undergraduates find stories hidden in opaque data.
Venture capitalist investments in Britain and Ireland are the highest since 2001, say analysts.
Information Commissioner points to risks from employee-owned devices, releases guide to help businesses avoid data breaches, fines.
Britain has set steep goals for broadband adoption; Ofcom study aims to see how well it's doing compared to other European countries.
The first-ever 100 gigabits per second pipe across the North Atlantic could link U.S. and European research and education communities, but more partners are needed.
Corporate wellness program challenges IT pros to get more active as part of a national project to improve fitness of U.K. workforce.
British capital studies more integrated approaches to its systems and more support for tech entrepreneurship.
"Grand coalition" taps schools and high-tech companies to address the problem of 900,000 unfilled high-tech jobs, starting with tech education reform.
IT firm Eduserv finds public and nonprofit organizations ready to roll out SaaS, but reluctant to deploy other cloud services.
Former rival Logicalis pays $31 million for 2e2's non-U.K. businesses, as the firm's six-week collapse comes to an end.
New recycling service, CashForLaptops, offers to pay British businesses for old laptops and monitors.
Toyota Financial Services U.K. uses Sopra Group contract management system to boost customer service and employee satisfaction.
British arms of major Internet firms back weekend hackathon to disguise complex cancer DNA analysis in a smartphone game.