All articles by GC Staff Writer

  1. Toshiba registers UK’s first multimedia motion mark

    The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) said that Japanese conglomerate Toshiba became the first organisation to register a distinctive multimedia…
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    6 Aug
  2. NHS approves Tired of Cancer’s Untire app for cancer-related fatigue

    The NHS has approved Tired of Cancer’s Untire app, a cancer-related fatigue (CRF) app that is said to provide cancer…
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    5 Aug
  3. Telecom industry demands 100% commitment from govt for full-fibre rollout

    The telecom industry in the UK has written an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson that his ambition of…
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    5 Aug
  4. techUK, Liverpool 5G Testbed reveal 5G potential in health and social care

    techUK and the Liverpool 5G Testbed have published a joint report showcasing the potential of 5G in supporting the transformation…
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    2 Aug
  5. Ranplan partners with University of Warwick for COCKPIT-5G project

    Ranplan Wireless has joined forces with the University of Warwick on the COCKPIT-5G project aimed at identifying wireless blackspots to…
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    2 Aug
  6. Dstl awards contract to Slitherine to enhance wargaming tools

    The UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has awarded a two-year contract worth £1.5m to gaming company Slitherine to…
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    1 Aug
  7. Only half of UK govt ICT leaders confident of current data infrastructure

    Only 48% of government ICT leaders in the UK believe that their current data infrastructure is good enough to help…
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    1 Aug
  8. CliniSys ICE software to help NHS’ HPV screening service in England

    CliniSys, a provider of laboratory information management solutions (LIMS), has secured contracts to support the primary HPV screening service of…
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    31 Jul
  9. UK local councils yet to boost productivity through automated workflows, says Y Soft study

    A new Freedom of Information (FOI) request sent to 78 local councils in the UK by Y Soft revealed that…
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    31 Jul
  10. NSPCC estimates more than 200,000 teenagers groomed on social networks

    More than 200,000 secondary school children are estimated to have been groomed online on social networks, the National Society for…
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    30 Jul
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