The Met Office's promise to produce more accurate forecasts thanks to new IT makes it the centre of our biggest national obsession: the weather!
The site, which sets out to provide comprehensive health information to help UK citizens make better lifestyle choices as well as how to access local NHS services, says visits still going strong.
Yesterday was Ada Lovelace Day - an international celebration of the achievements of all women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
The Welsh Government awards BT a multi-million pound seven-year contract to operate a new Principality-wide public sector broadband network.
The Cabinet Office needs suppliers to conform to its new 'Cyber Essentials' security standard it launched in June to win work, it announced.
Technology "and the Internet in particular," are key - something the world of business has long understood but which Whitehall is finally catching up with, says Sir Jeremy Heywood.
HP is being paid a gargantuan sum, and is now expected to help transform Council's IT services and also get it off a range of legacy platforms still in use.
GDS says the go-live at Telford & Wrekin means that every local authority and council across England, Scotland and Wales at last all hooked up to the Public Services Network.
The public 'would support' body cams on teachers working in problem schools - while an equally big ratio think that there are justifications for putting CCTV inside our classrooms.
Parents may be surprised at the new depth of what their children will be expected to be able to cope with – and they may feel the need to turn to outside help, according to mobile giant 02.
A shock study says hundreds of Police have been disciplined for a range of social media no-nos, including making inappropriate, racist or threatening comments in cyberspace.