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Why do Brits love open source?
UK is the sixth most open-source software-friendly country in the world - behind Australia, according to research.
Apr 27 2009 6:52AM
UK government blast TCP/IP security
A report from a top UK government defence body is calling into question the security of the basic internet protocol.
Aug 22 2008 9:47AM
Brits get cheaper iTunes downloads
In a surprise announcement Apple has vowed to standardise iTunes prices across Europe.
Jan 10 2008 2:34PM
Brits turned off by iPhone price
A new survey suggests that UK consumers know all about Apple's iPhone, but very few are prepared to buy one..
Nov 27 2007 7:00AM
Brits lose millions of mobiles each year
The British lose an estimated 4.5 million mobile handsets every year, according to new research.
Jun 6 2007 3:30PM
Brits racked up billions in online sales in 2006
Fastest rate of growth since the dotcom bubble.
May 30 2007 6:33AM
Brits sign e-petition on Vista pricing
UK users appeal to Tony Blair to end pricing inequality.
Feb 26 2007 7:55AM
Brits caught in spam wars cross fire
Cyber criminals are using British PCs to flood the world with spam, according to new figures.
Dec 4 2006 9:56AM
Brits in favour of CCTV to fight crime
But ambivalent about motoring offences.
Nov 27 2006 9:57AM
Brits baffled by geek speak
We embrace technology but have no idea what the jargon means.
Oct 9 2006 10:03AM
Brits are biggest downloaders of music to mobiles
UK users get into the groove.
Sep 13 2006 10:09AM
Brits play it safe online
Confidence in internet security boosts e-commerce.
Aug 11 2006 1:48PM
One third of Brits send fake emails
Nearly a third of people in the UK have admitted to impersonating someone else when sending an email, according to new research.
Nov 24 2005 11:18AM
Brits arrested in Israeli spyware hunt
A British couple has been arrested for helping companies to spy on the activities of their competitors.
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