Cracking of HSBC's phone-banking security system comes one month after a warning that voice recognition security is critically flawed
BBC claims that new contract will cut costs by one-third compared to existing £2bn Atos contract
The same government that brought you the Snoopers' Charter now wants to control the press - all of it
If you don't support the IP Act, why support what amounts to press censorship from the same people?
"We've been pretty much blind on mobile," admits Zoe Bolton, head of service operations at BBC Worldwide
Corporation hopes to embrace mobile working and better analytics on financial transactions
Broadcaster invites suitable suppliers to a "market warming" event in two weeks
Publisher Usborne re-releases 15 computer coding books from the 1980s as free PDF downloads
CTO Matthew Postgate says deal will help BBC to save 'tens of millions of pounds'
October hack to cost TalkTalk a trifling sum as it offers free upgrades to customers in a bid to keep them
Corporation could have settled for £50,000, but chose to pursue the case
Cut-price ISP TalkTalk subjected to third major cyber attack in less than a year
Key figures in the development of technology through the ages
It was hard to narrow it down, but here are our picks for the worst ever government IT projects
Many homes and businesses still cannot get high-speed broadband because of failures to connect the 'last mile'
Satya Nadella promises HoloLens kits to developers within a year - but consumers will have to wait until 2020 before playing Call of Duty VR
IT department looks set to shrink as broadcaster has to make 'some hard choices'
Personal computing has come a long way since home-assembly kits were sold in the early 80s. Computing takes a trip down (random access) memory lane
But nothing on IT in education and few other tech industry-bolstering policies
'Make it Digital' campaign and Micro Bit hardware launch position BBC as 'megaphone' for UK tech skills deficit
Micro Bit mini computer also launched as Beeb attempts to fill 5,000 national tech jobs
Police claim suspected Lizard Squad and D33Ds hackers arrested
Broadcaster is looking to optimise audience metrics through real-time monitoring of data
BBC Worldwide's Michael Fleshman talks to Computing about the organisation's conservative approach to data use
BBC Worldwide's Michael Fleshman on how APIs and analytics are expanding the broadcaster's global reach
The BBC's Michael Fleshman explains the role API management and analytics will play in the broadcaster's forthcoming BBC Store service
BBC tells Australia to police internet users more closely - and make the ISPs pay for it