Benchmarking studies have shown that minor tweaks to existing systems could allow for an increase in performance of 60 per cent with no additional investment.
The service, which allows users to send gift cards from businesses like Starbucks and iTunes to each other, will be removed on 12 August, and staff have already been reassigned to other projects.
The Lords Home Affairs EU Sub-Committee, a UK cross political party team, say the judgment has resulted in material being removed on the basis of "vague, ambiguous and unhelpful" criteria.
A recent report has uncovered the financial cost of the NSA's PRISM program to the US's economy and the pitfalls that a culture of unbridled mass surveillance could bring about in the future.
The Japanese firm has posted a larger second-quarter loss than expected, with the company confirming a £57 million deficit as its Wii U console continues to struggle.
Amazon has said it will invest a further $2 billion to advance its operations in India, a day after Flipkart, its Indian e-commerce rival, announced fresh investment of $1 billion.
Following Apple's corporate software partnership with IBM, the car manufacturer has decided to move its staff away from Blackberry, with 3,300 employees receiving iPhones before the end of the year.
In this article Ashley Leonard, CEO of Verismic, analyses the current state of device and endpoint management and questions the future of the service.
We discuss the valuation of users in the light of Facebook's worth, and the true cost of doing business online.
A new report has shown major increases in the number and total value of large outsourcing contracts across EMEA, with IT fuelling this growth.
Mr Mosley, 74, wants Google to block images first published in the dissolved British tabloid News of the World, which he successfully sued for £60,000 in 2008.